Try this smoothie to ease inflammation
Not only is this smoothie delicious, it could also help ease your symptoms of inflammation. The next time you are glutened, try this:
- 1 ½ cups of unsweetened flax milk
- ½ cup frozen mangoes
- ½ cup fresh papaya
- ¼ cups walnuts
- ½ inch fresh ginger root
- ½ inch fresh turmeric root
- ½ teaspoons ground cinnamon
- 1tablesppon chia seeds
- 1 tablespoon flax seeds
- 1 scoop L-glutamine powder
- ¼ teaspoon probiotic powder
- Put flax milk in a blender and then add the remaining ingredients. Grind up the nuts and chia seeds before putting them in the blender.
- Use organic ingredients as much as possible.
- On the market is a product called GlutenEase. GlutenEase is an enzyme that was products to help with symptoms and speed up the healing process. GlutenEase normalizes the body’s inflammatory response accidentally ingesting gluten.
- Look for digestive enzymes that contain dipeptidyl peptidase or DPP-IV. If you eat out, keep enzymes with DPP-IV with you just in case something you eat has hidden gluten.
- You can use charcoal pills and bentonite clay to reduce gas in your gut. Charcoal pills are often used to minimize diarrhea since the charcoal absorbs and neutralizes methane and sulfide intestinal gases. Ask your pharmacist where you can get charcoal pills.
- Doses of L-glutamine, which is an amino acid, helps heal your gut lining and reduces inflammation.
- Over the counter pain relievers will treat your migraines or headaches and reduce inflammation and joint swelling. If you have been prescribed medications for migraines, follow directions and use that medication.
- Decreasing the inflammation that naturally occurs when there is insult or injury to your digestive system is essential to healing your gut. Omega 3 fatty acids worth well as anti-inflammatories. It is wise to take 1-2-grams of omega-3 oils a day and if you experience accidental gluten ingestion, take 4 grams a day for at least a weak.