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    1533jd
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    Just wondering if anyone has or is experiencing this symptom?

    And what it indicates?

    On another note, I have read that Almond milk, Almond oil and Turmeric (spoonful of honey if on stage 2) is a wonderfully soothing drink, a great anti-inflammatory, good for joint and bone health.

    Seeing that chronic inflammation is a huge factor in causing many physical illnesses such as Alzeimers and Arthritis it seems mandatory that you should drink this tea on a regular basis to keep your body in good health.

    Heres a link to a good article for a diet called the “anti-inflammatory diet” and a good recipe for turmeric tea:

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    http://www.sheknows.com/health-and-wellness/articles/803649/the-anti-inflammatory-diet-eating-foods-to-heal-your-body

    Tea
    http://vegetarian.about.com/od/morerecipes/r/TurmericTea.htm

    Thanks and wishing good health and happy new year to all,
    JD

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    Able900
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    1533jd;32115 wrote: Heres a link to a good article for a diet called the “anti-inflammatory diet” and a good recipe for turmeric tea:
    http://www.sheknows.com/health-and-wellness/articles/803649/the-anti-inflammatory-diet-eating-foods-to-heal-your-body

    The article should have virgin coconut oil in the list of anti-inflammatory oils as it contains one of the highest concentrations of anti-inflammatory properties.

    Able

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    UncleOxidant
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    it seems mandatory that you should drink this tea on a regular basis to keep your body in good health.

    Well it all depends. I had a food sensitivity test done a few years back and almonds (which I really like) were off the chart (meaning I definitely have a sensitivity to them). So for me it would be bad to drink this tea. The turmeric is a good idea, though.

    …the other two things that the test found I was very sensitive to were peanuts and filberts… and I really like these too.

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    orka1998
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    1533jd;32115 wrote: Just wondering if anyone has or is experiencing this symptom?

    And what it indicates?

    On another note, I have read that Almond milk, Almond oil and Turmeric (spoonful of honey if on stage 2) is a wonderfully soothing drink, a great anti-inflammatory, good for joint and bone health.

    Seeing that chronic inflammation is a huge factor in causing many physical illnesses such as Alzeimers and Arthritis it seems mandatory that you should drink this tea on a regular basis to keep your body in good health.

    Heres a link to a good article for a diet called the “anti-inflammatory diet” and a good recipe for turmeric tea:

    Diet
    http://www.sheknows.com/health-and-wellness/articles/803649/the-anti-inflammatory-diet-eating-foods-to-heal-your-body

    Tea
    http://vegetarian.about.com/od/morerecipes/r/TurmericTea.htm

    Thanks and wishing good health and happy new year to all,
    JD

    I had it for years, but I don’t anymore. I think that this is because I am now symptom free (started the web site’s diet a year ago and I was on forum’s diet from march until about june) and include enough EVOO and bone broth into my diet. Bone broth helps restore some of the cartilage on the bones. It contains glucosamine and other great stuff. I read about it, not sure where at the moment, but also it has been my own experience that my pain in different joints is gone when I consume bone broth regularly and take in enough EVOO, which is also a great anti-inflammatory.

    Arijana

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