Anti-Inflammatory Diet | What to Eat and What to Avoid

2. Garlic

It has been used for ages in almost all types of dishes and is a staple ingredient in all styles of cooking. Not only does it elevate the taste of your dishes, but it is also of extreme importance to your health because of its prophylactic and therapeutic medicinal properties.

It acts as a powerful anti-inflammatory and has been proven to have cancer-preventive potential with significant enhancement of the immune system. When crushed it releases sulfur-containing compounds collectively called organosulfur compound (OSCS) most commonly available is allicin or (diallyl thiosulfate ) which is the active compound responsible for its biologic activity as an antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory.