Find things in your diet that are causing inflammation and eliminate them.

Consuming a low-allergy diet for just 1 week will help you eliminate the excess swelling and fluid that accumulates in your tissues from food-induced chronic inflammation.

The causes of this type of inflammation are all around you.  The sugar you eat, high doses of the wrong oils and fats in your diet, hidden food allergens, lack of exercise, chronic stress, and hidden infections all trigger a raging, unseen inflammation deep in your cells and tissues.

And this inflammation leads to every one of the major chronic diseases of aging — heart disease, cancer, diabetes, dementia, and more.  It’s also by far the major contributor to obesity.  Being fat is being inflamed — period!

If you don’t address inflammation by eliminating hidden food allergens or sensitivities and by eating an anti-inflammatory diet, you will never succeed at effective and permanent weight loss.  Hidden sensitivities and allergies to food you eat every day are making you sick and fat.

When most people think of food allergies, they usually imagine someone eating a peanut and ending up in the emergency room with a swollen tongue, hives, and not being able to breathe.  That’s what is called an immediate allergy (also known as an IgE hypersensitivity reaction). This is very serious but not common.

But there is a different type of reaction to foods that is much less dramatic and deadly — but still very troublesome.  It is called a delayed allergy (or IgG delayed hypersensitivity reaction).  This reaction is much more common and creates a lot of suffering for millions of people.  It’s mostly ignored by conventional medicine, yet it plays a HUGE role in many chronic illnesses and weight problems.

This type of delayed allergic reaction can cause symptoms anywhere from a few hours to a few days after ingestion.  It also causes a wide range of problems like weight gain, fluid retention, fatigue, brain fog, irritable bowel syndrome, mood problems, headaches, sinus and nasal congestion, joint pains, acne, eczema, and more.

If you hear someone say dismissively, “Oh, you just lost water weight,” they’re right (at first), because eating foods you are allergic to causes inflammation, which leads to swelling and fluid retention.

Getting rid of this fluid by reducing inflammation is a GOOD thing, not a bad thing.  It is what will allow your body to start the healing process so you can achieve permanent weight loss and optimal health.

Consuming a low-allergy diet for just 1 week will help you eliminate the excess swelling and fluid that accumulates in your tissues from food-induced chronic inflammation.  Despite criticisms you may have heard about losing ONLY water weight, this is essential for you body to begin to heal and detoxify.  And the side effect is that you lose significant weight — quickly and safely.

How Do You Know If You Are Allergic or Sensitive to Foods?

There are two ways to find out if you are reacting to foods.

One is a blood test for IgG antibodies to foods. This is useful and can pinpoint trouble areas, but it is not 100 percent accurate.

The second is a simple and well-accepted treatment called elimination/ provocation.

This means you get rid of the top trouble foods for 1 to 4 weeks, then reintroduce them one at a time and see what happens.  Eliminating foods that cause allergic reactions or sensitivities is the basis for the remarkable results people have — like losing weight, feeling better, and getting rid of chronic symptoms

Enjoy this Anti-Inflammatory Cure-All
Simply drop 1tbs Coconut oil in small saucepan on the stove. When melted, add grated ginger, and turmeric. 

Stir to combine and simmer for 1 to 2 minutes.  Add non-dairy alternative, stir to combine, and finally whisk in other ingredients.  

Simmer to warm and enjoy! 

A 3-Step Plan to Get Rid of Inflammation Naturally


1. Eat a healthy diet. 

Anyone dealing with chronic issues needs to choose organic as much as possible. While some doctors recommend eliminating carbs in general, I feel there is an easier and more sustainable way to quell inflammation while enjoying life! 
2. Be sensible about supplementation. 

There's no need for a giant supplement arsenal here. All you need are a few key products: 
3. Take some “Me time.” 

Stress is a big contributor of chronic inflammation. One of the easiest ways to combat added stress is to get in touch with yourself and really take care of your body. 

Taking a few minutes out of each day to meditate on God's Word is a great start.  

Finishing up your day by soaking in a tub also helps the body release stress and by adding a few everyday items you can increase the power of the bath tenfold – try some Epsom Salt & Hydrogen Peroxide.

While this list isn’t exhaustive and seems simple, it’s a step in the right direction and shows you that fighting inflammation can be achieved cheaply and easily at home! is a collection of independent men's health research oriented around helping men quickly and safely solve health problems naturally - without the need for pharmaceuticals. This website contains thousands of research studies and step-by-step methods to improve low testosterone, hormonal imbalance, how to gain muscle, lose fat, focus & memory, and many other topics.

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Bottom line: Doing cardio before resistance training is significantly more “anabolic” than doing weights before cardio. These results however, are observed immediately post-exercise and likely fall back close to the baseline pretty quickly (hence, even though the increase in T is significant, it probably won’t do much for muscle growth). As for the best time to train, train whenever you feel like it, increases in testosterone occur similarly in the morning and evening.

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Obesity And Inactivity: The Real Deadly Sins


Inactivity Almost as Bad for Your Health as Smoking   Obesity And Inactivity: The Real Deadly Sins

Cancer isn’t always fatal, of course. But something’s going to get you. And the more sedentary you are, the sooner you’re going to find out what it is, according to researchers from Sweden’s Gothenburg University.

They aren’t the first to publish a study linking physical fitness with longevity and physical inertia with premature death. But the other studies rarely followed their subjects for more than a decade or two. The Gothenburg gang wanted data based on something closer to an actual lifespan, and fortunately they had some, thanks to a program that followed the health and fitness of nearly a thousand men aged 50 that began in 1963.

Among the things the men were tested for at the outset and thereafter was their aerobic capacity, known as their VO2 max, which essentially uses one’s physical endurance as an indicator of one’s overall fitness. Exercising raises one’s VO2 max. Being overweight or inactive lowers it. After their initial rating, the men were placed in one of three groups: low, medium or high VO2 max. Then they monitored the survival rate in each group. For the next 50 years.

They found that having a low level of aerobic capacity statistically shortened one’s life more than any other factor besides smoking. In hard numbers, those in the low VO2 group were 21 percent more likely to die prematurely than those in the mid-range group, and double that, 42 percent more likely, compared to the high group.

As an ongoing health factor, being seriously unfit was even more detrimental than bad cholesterol numbers or high blood pressure. Indeed, the highly fit, even if they had unhealthy cholesterol and blood pressure, generally outlived the highly unfit who had healthy cholesterol and blood pressure levels.

So. If you’re obese, be worried about the possibility of cancer. If you’re sedentary, worry about a possible early demise. If you’re both, be sure your will is made out.