Diet and Nutrition

The Ultimate Anti-inflammatory Food Guide for Lupus

Pay attention to the amount of fiber you consume

While this article does not provide specific meal prep for an anti-inflammatory diet, there are some general tips that will help shift to it.

Fiber intake is incredibly important. A fiber-rich diet is instrumental in reducing inflammation by providing organic anti-inflammatory phytonutrients found in produce and other whole foods. Experts suggest consuming 25 grams of fiber daily. Some good sources of fiber are okra, eggplant, onions, bananas, blueberries, oatmeal and barley.