Inflammation and Joint Pain stopping you from what you really want? Want to be more active in life with less pain and more fulfillment? Read this article about how to reduce inflammation and take charge back over your life. A step-by-step guide on how to start making the changes today and benefit from it all your life

As I know and many others. Living with joint pain, arthritis and other forms of rheumatism daily into your life, is something not everybody can do. How to Reduce Inflammation and Joint Pain is a sport apart, especially with treating arthritis and joint pain

Ultimately we can say we are champions in our own league. And on top of that: we’re living with the same kind of responsibilities as others. Bringing up the kids, take them to football or baseball, cook meals for them and your family. We have to work and deal with all stresses of day to day life. The big difference is: Not everybody does this with severe joint pain.

I think that makes you and me a Champion in the A-league division.

Let’s dive into our article and find out what the solutions are for severe inflammatory issues (Step-by-Step) and let me guide you through this article and find the surprisingly simple solutions. Because at the end of the day, we want simple solutions, right?

blog picture curcumin and inflammation

Dear Friend,

First of all; Let’s get things straight first. The first thing we have to do is to identify what inflammation actually is.

So what is inflammation? It’s a defense mechanism of the body and it is an essential part of the healing process when for example you’re wounded. Or any other different medical issues that can occur in the body.

That sounds like a beneficial mechanism right? So what’s the problem then?

The problem starts – when the body doesn’t quit with the inflammatory response. And what you’re left with is; Pain, swelling body parts, stiffness and other uncomfortable issues. If the defense mechanism is still putting out inflammatory responses, it will do more harm than good. And eventually, inflaming your body tissue. This is an easy way to explain what inflammation is.

Offcourse the question now for you is: How can I reduce the inflammation and Joint Pain?

Good question! And it’s relatively easy too. Sure you need some discipline, but it’s not that hard and if you reap the benefits fast. Who remembers the hard times, right?

When we want to reduce inflammation and Joint Pain, first of all, we need to take a look at our diet. We can prevent inflammation by taking a good look at our diet and what to take in our diet and what to take out of it.

Which foods cause inflammation?

foods that causes inflammation
9 inflammatory foods to avoid

1. Refined Sugar.
2. Vegetable Oils.
3. Fried Foods.
4. Dairy.
5. Processed Meats.
6. excessive alcohol intake.
7. Trans fats.
8. Fast foods.
9. Additive sweeteners or chemicals.

Now you know what foods to avoid when you want to reduce Inflammation.

When you look at this list you’re probably not surprised. A lot of people already identify this as unhealthy foods. Still reminding yourself to stay away from these foods that give inflammation. Is a very healthy thing to do.

Therefore, reminding yourself as much as possible is a great good and a healthy decision. We always need to remind ourselves, since we are creatures of habits and there’s nothing wrong with that.

Foods that reduce inflammation in the body (100% whole foods)

Offcourse we from Natures Healthy Roots we promote the healthy roots from nature. So the Turmeric root and the Ginger root are included and they must be because they have immense value in the fight against inflammation in the body.

Foods that reduce inflammation in the body

foods that reduces inflammation

1. Turmeric Root.
2. Ginger Root.
3. Green leafy vegetables.
4. Celery.
5. Beets.
6. broccoli.
7. Blueberries.
8. pineapple.
9. Salmon (organic)
10. Walnuts.
11. Coconut oils.
12. Chia Seeds.

This anti-inflammatory diet list is an all-in-one you-can’t-go-wrong list. Needless to say; These anti-inflammatory foods reduce inflammation in the body.

Having said that. Maybe you want more practical and easy to use Home Remedies to reduce your inflammation?

A way to do that – is by making Ginger or Turmeric Home Remedies and reduce the inflammation in the body yourself. This is a Home Remedy originated from the people in the Himalayan mountains.

These people drink this Golden Turmeric Milk for centuries and are growing very old and healthy. I think we do ourselves and our body’s a favor to drink this milky nectar.

image turmeric milk# Home Remedy Turmeric Milk

1 cup Almond Milk.
1 tsp Turmeric powder.
1 Tbsp honey.
½ tsp Cinnamon.
A pinch of black pepper.

The only thing you have to do is warm up the Milk and add and mix the products.

Fast like that – and easy steps to follow!

Turmeric home remedy

The Turmeric home remedy is good for colds and coughs, It relaxes you and of course, it has huge anti-inflammatory properties. You can drink it in the evening to sleep better, to get more out of this Home Remedy.

Here’s another one: Ginger Tea with Honey

1. Tbsp ginger sliced
1. Tbsp honey
1. slice of lemon

Drink this in the morning and/or night. Preferably both. It’s easy to do and this healthy turmeric home remedy tastes so good with honey and Lemon. You’re going to love this Home Remedies and thank me later.

What is the next step to stop inflammation in the body?


Hold on Edwin!? This should be an easy step-by-step guide to reduce inflammation? Yes, no worries. It all will be easy, simple and very beneficial for all of your Inflammation symptoms.

Qi-Gong Against Inflammation

qi-gong against inflammationQi-Gong is the way to go. It’s a very easy, simple and save to follow exercise. It states that one of both energies is out of balance which causes inflammation and needs to be in balance again.

There are certain exercises to do that. And it can reduce inflammation in the body drastically. Maybe you’re unfamiliar with these Eastern ways of coping with illness.

But many people have great results with this. So it’s worth a shot.

They just take a few minutes. So get started and enjoy the movements. Focus on your breath and your movements and feel instant relaxation.

Deep Breathing is a great way to reduce inflammation and stress. We’re going to read that in the next piece of the article.


The next solution – is an important one. It’s called Diaphragmatic breathing technique. Which is essential to strengthen the immune system, which reduces stress and therefore reduces the inflammation in the body.

Here is a short end clear video about this breathing technique

Why vitamin D reduces inflammation

why vitamin D reduces inflammation

Do we have another solution to help reduce inflammation?

Yes. It’s called Vitamin D. One of this vitamin’s functions is to regulate the functioning of the immune system. Studies show that most people around the world don’t get enough of this vitamin D. And what is good for the Immune system, is good for reducing inflammation.

Normally when the sun is shining and we go enough outside, we get plenty of vitamin D. In the winter this is more difficult. So it’s easy to get a Vitamin D Supplement and support your fight with this friendly ally.

Can Sleep reduce inflammation?

The last thing you can do is: Get enough sleep.

Sleeping replenishes your body’s energy and cells, which again is good for your immune system. The immune system fights that inflammation for you. Don’t oversleep too much also. But an 8-9 hour sleep is perfect.

Can meditation help to reduce inflammation?

can meditation help to reduce inflammation
The last thing – that I would recommend is meditation. You might say: Is meditation effective for reducing inflammation? Or as the title of the picture says: Can meditation help to reduce inflammation?

The simple answer is YES!

Every practice, exercise, food or thing that reduces stress is an ally against inflammation. The upside from meditation is that there are many other health benefits related to meditation.

There is less anxiety, feeling more compassion, feeling inner stillness in everyday situations and more focused in general.

How do you sit in meditation?

Here is one meditation I got from my teacher which is really simple to do and very effective.


  • Sit straight in a chair
  • Put your hands on your lap. One hand over the other, both thumbs touching each other.
  • Then follow your breath. Let the breath doing the work for you. You don’t need to adjust it.
  • Be the observer of the breath. Don’t be the breath. Your job is to observe it and look with every breath and feel this centering of your consciousness. Feel the relaxing and soothing energy’s flowing into your body and mind.
  • Thoughts will come up. In the beginning, the will come up quickly. Only observe those thoughts, do not follow them, because they will drag you down in one of your storylines. The thoughts will go away eventually when they’re looked at.
  • always go back to your breath when you’re out of your concentration. Be gentle with yourself. don’t self-criticise. Be loving for yourself.

As you probably remembering. This article is about curcumin and Inflammation. So why didn’t I see that yet in this article?

It was my intention to provide you with the best value for free and support you with this. Curcumin is very beneficial for reducing inflammation.

This Article is a great base to reduce inflammation. And if you want to reduce inflammation better. You can try the Turmeric plus Supplements. Which worked great for my Rheumatism and Joint Pain.

If you’re interested in reading the review of this Turmeric Supplement and How Curcumin reduced my inflammation. Then click the picture below and read more about how my neighbor’s inflammation value’s dropped more than half. Very impressive right? Check the Review Here.

turmeric and rheumatoid arthritis

This is the end folks! This was my article about Curcumin and inflammation – and how much you can do about it.

I hope you enjoyed it and it has some benefits for you and if you feel inspired then take the Turmeric Plus Capsules Supplements and read the article again.

Have a great day!

Be well
Be Blessed,