Herbs that help fighting tissue inflammation!
All children with special needs suffer from significant tissue inflammation.
This could help to understand tissue degeneration.
Some herbs are highly anti-inflammatory and should be added to their daily food.
Herbs and cooking spices contain a wide variety of antioxidants, minerals and vitamins, and help maximize the nutrient density of his/her meals. Every time you flavor his/her meals with herbs or spices you are literally “upgrading” their food.
In fact, on a per gram fresh weight basis, herbs rank even higher in antioxidant activity than fruits and vegetables, which are known to be high in antioxidants. Many studies have also shown that most spices tend to have unique medicinal qualities.
Beneficial results are noted when cells in the body are exposed to the levels of spices that circulate in the bloodstream after normal daily consumption. Just the amount that makes your spaghetti sauce, pumpkin pie, or curry sauce taste good.” (Dr. Mercola)
- Turmeric – cooked with grains or vegetables
You can also use:
- Jamaican pepper
The key to reducing chronic inflammation in your child’s body starts with their diet, and being liberal in your use of high-quality herbs and spices is one simple way to boost the quality of their food. They’re an inexpensive “secret weapon” that just about everyone can take advantage of.