A list of what reduces inflammation.
vitamin D...especially when optimized....400 iu a day will not change anything significantly. At least 1000 iu per 25 lbs, and that includes children.
Magnesium works with vitamin D, and reduces inflammation. I prefer magnesium
chloride. There are no gut issues with it in this form. Magnesium oxide, easily obtainable, is no good. It is a laxative.
Minimize sugar and grain products. These are addictive. The urge to eat these will be minimized when the sugar and grain products are avoided and.......
Probiotcs are started. Look at the above sentence again. And yes reduces inflammation and stress.
Boron.....I see that the fruit form of boron may work much quicker. It may take as much as three months for to work if you do not use this form. All the above work with boron. Reduces joint pain too.
Curcumin BCM-95. I like Tetrahydrocurcumin as I believe it is more potent.
Frankensense in the form of Boswellia Serrata....Up to the maximum amount of 1500 mg.
Devils Claw. It has been used for centuries by primitive tribes in Africa and is used extensively in Europe.
As mentioned above stop sugar and grains, maximize vegitables, fruit and protein. Fats are good for you if you limit them to Palm oil, Lard, and coconut oil. Olive oil is fine, but do not cook with it. In other words any oil that is a solid at room temperature and olive oil great on your salids etc, but do not cook with it. All the other oils break down in to bad things, especially when heated.
Btw, what I read has a hard time telling the difference between ageing and inflammation. Cut inflammation and decrease the rate at which ageing occurs.
Just what the Doctor ordered? Not at all. I don't agree with doctors who have not studied these subjects. Read my blogs.