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3. Add More Whole Grains

The anti-inflammatory diet is not a low-carb diet, so incorporating whole grain bread, whole grain pasta, brown rice, and other grains into meals is permitted. However, it is important to eat only whole grains and avoid foods made with white flour and those high in sugar. Oatmeal is one excellent source, as are quinoa, brown rice, and many others. These whole-grain foods contain lots of fiber, which encourage healthy digestion and reduce inflammation throughout the body. Use them to make salads, grain bowls, and healthy side dishes.

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