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Enemy Number 1: Inflammation


Do you ever wonder why some kind of #pains: knees, back, shoulders and headaches seem never to go away from your life? Are you waking up with a foggy brain and low energy? Do you never feel 100 per cent? The simple answer is you are suffering from #chronic inflammation.


#Inflammation is a natural reaction to injury and infection. Things that trigger inflammation can include drug overdose, environmental toxins, infections, injuries, bacterias, funguses, and viruses to name a few. Unfortunately, it is often difficult to identify sources of inflammation. Internal inflammation is often caused by bacterial infection and can trigger allergies, arthritis, asthma, autoimmune diseases, Crohn's disease and many more.

In the early 2000 researchers began to recognise the role of inflammation conditions as varied as Alschmeizer, cancer, diabetes, and heart diseases.


Even ageing itself and its associated pathologies are driven by persistent inflammation.

In extreme cases such as the Cytokine storms associated with sepsis or severe COVID-19, inflammation can destroy and disable multiply organs, leading to catastrophic system failure and death.


Reducing inflammation in your body could be a key to a longer and healthier life.

I recommend a diet composed of 75% raw foods and drinking plenty of herbal teas and juices. Eating foods high in flavonoids are a good way to reduce inflammation. I suggest adding spinach, berries, onions, pineapple and papaya to your daily diet.

Adding cold-water fish such as herring, mackerel, salmon and sardines are a great source of inflammation-fighting essential fatty acid. Eliminating saturated fats, sold, sugar, gluten and junk food is a must to get better.


Please consider using herbs to help with inflammation: Boswellia, turmeric, cat's clove, ginger, red clover, and fenugreek. Here it is easy to follow protocol to reduce and maintain the inflammation in your body:

  • Vitamin B complex - 50mg three times a day

  • Vitamin B12 - additional 2000mcg daily

  • Vitamin C - 1000mg three times per day

  • Evening primrose oil - 1500mg three times per day

  • Omega 3 Oil - 1500mg three times per day

  • Digestive enzymes - twice a day after a meal

  • Superoxide, dismutase (SOD) as directed on the label

  • Zink - 50mg daily

  • Bromelain - 1500mg, Magnesium - 600mg, L-cysteine - 500mg taken together and daily on the empty stomach

  • Garlic (hi potency) - twice a day

  • Silica - 200mg twice a day

  • Selenium - 200mcg daily

  • Vitamin A - 10000iu

  • Vitamin E - 600iu



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