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Fight Inflammation With These 4 Foods

Dr. Ron was recently featured on the MindBodyGreen blog, his article ‘Fight Inflammation With These 4 Foods’ is a great read and we recommend anyone looking to reduce their overall inflammation levels should read it.

To understand the role of anti-inflammatory foods, it’s important to understand inflammation and the role antioxidants play in our bodies. There’s a strong link between free radicals and inflammation, with signs of inflammation often suggesting the presence of free radicals.

His key 4 foods to include in your diet to for their antioxidant compounds that reduce inflammation are:

  • Turmeric (curcumin)
  • Wild Salmon (astaxanthin)
  • Nuts and Fish (omega-3)
  • Blueberries (resveratrol)

Find out why at the full article on the MindBodyGreen Blog here


Ron Goedeke MD, BSc Hons MBChB, FNZCAM

Dr. Ron Goedeke, an expert in the domain of functional medicine, dedicates his practice to uncovering the root causes of health issues by focusing on nutrition and supplement-based healing and health optimisation strategies. An esteemed founding member of the New Zealand College of Appearance Medicine, Dr. Goedeke's professional journey has always been aligned with cutting-edge health concepts.

Having been actively involved with the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine since 1999, he brings over two decades of knowledge and experience in the field of anti-aging medicine, making him an eminent figure in this evolving realm of healthcare. Throughout his career, Dr. Goedeke has been steadfast in his commitment to leverage appropriate nutritional guidance and supplementation to encourage optimal health.

This has allowed him to ascend as one of the most trusted authorities in the arena of nutritional medicine in New Zealand. His expertise in the intricate relationship between diet, nutritional supplements, and overall health forms the backbone of his treatment approach, allowing patients to benefit from a balanced and sustainable pathway to improved wellbeing.

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