Change your Life with an Anti-Inflammatory Diet, NOT Calorie Restriction
THE GALVESTON DIET an Anti-Inflammatory Diet for Women in Menopause
Food is a potent medicine. That’s why an anti-inflammatory diet is integral to the success and long-term health of those who follow The Galveston Diet. While inflammation happens naturally in the body to protect against foreign toxins, infection, and injury, when inflammation becomes chronic, it can trigger disease and exacerbate the symptoms of menopause.
An anti-inflammatory diet combines various nutrient-dense foods to provide a range of antioxidants that help defend the body against oxidative stress from potentially harmful free radicals that lead to cell damage. The Galveston Diet breaks down the long list of antioxidants and phytonutrients, from Vitamin A to Zeaxanthin, the foods that contain them, and the functions they serve to support weight loss, hormonal regulation, and their mood-boosting benefits. The program also includes healthful fats like Omega-3 fatty acids and foods rich in fiber and probiotics that may reduce inflammatory proteins in the body. Gone is the guesswork as you are empowered with the ability to make healthy and informed choices.
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Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition & The Galveston Diet
"The Weight Just Started Falling Off. It Seemed Too Easy."
I found your program on Facebook back in April or May of 2020 and got serious with it right away. I was diagnosed with PCOS in my early 20’s and have struggled with weight since high school. I tried everything with some success but nothing lasting. I always gained the weight back. Add to that thyroid cancer in my 30’s and keeping my meds regulated, I had just about given up. Low-calorie diets don’t work and it makes sense to me now. I’m an active person; I’m a firefighter, so being healthy and in shape is important. It just got away from me.
Now in my forties, it just got harder and harder…. till now. I found the Galveston Diet, started fasting and eating clean right away. I started eating low inflammatory foods, healthy fats, and counting macros, and the weight just started falling off. It seemed too easy!
– Paula C.
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