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UR Healing, UR Values, UR Wellbeing, Video – May 10, 2021

Why Choose an Anti-Inflammatory Diet

By Neka Pasquale, Founder of Urban Remedy

When Urban Remedy Founder, Neka Pasquale, created her Metta-Morphosis program, she set out to develop a complete lifestyle reset. Metta-Morphosis is a mind, body, spirit overhaul rooted in organic, plant-centric foods and juices that incorporates purposeful movement, mindfulness and meditation.

The program is a holistic approach to wellness, but the key tenet lies in an anti-inflammatory diet.

Why You Should Try an Anti-Inflammatory Diet

An anti-inflammatory diet is based on the idea that certain foods can help reduce chronic inflammation. By eating anti-inflammatory foods, you can reduce inflammation in the body, prevent the development of chronic diseases and promote overall health and wellness.

To shed more light on the importance of an anti-inflammatory diet, Neka sat down with Dr. Stephanie Daniel. Dr. Stephanie is an integrative physician who practices functional medicine. Functional medicine focuses on why someone has a symptom and works backwards to determine the root cause. In her practice, she often finds a main driving factor of her patients’ symptoms is inflammation and today, shares her recommendations and tips for an anti-inflammatory diet.

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