Your personalized protein powder should be compliant with your anti-inflammatory diet. There aren't any ingredients in any of our blends that are shown to promote inflammation.
For the most part, highly processed and packaged foods with added sugars and saturated/trans fats are the main foods that increase inflammation. This also includes foods like refined white grains (i.e. white bread), which might not list added sugars or fat on their nutrition labels. And, of course, maintaining a healthy weight is extremely important in keeping inflammation down.
Omega-3 fatty acids have also been shown to help decrease inflammation. For many people, a fish oil supplement helps keep inflammation in check. Omega-3 fatty acids can also be found in fatty fish like salmon, walnuts, and flax seeds. Regardless, we always recommend consulting with your physician before starting any new supplements.
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