Pine Brook, NJ—Qunol has teamed up with Travis Stork, M.D., TV host of The Doctors, to share tips on helping people look and feel their best from the inside out, according to a press release.
Dr. Stork’s main recommendation: Eat an anti-inflammatory diet, which can support joint health, decrease bloating, stabilize energy, and support gut health.
Related: Research Review Outlines Benefits of Curcumin Intermittent Fasting “Could be Part of a Healthy Lifestyle” EuroPharma Partners with Look Good Feel Better FoundationAn anti-inflammatory diet includes dark leafy greens, cold water fish, beans, berries, cruciferous veggies, spices like turmeric and cinnamon, green tea, and almonds. Dieters should avoid processed foods and meats, trans fats, sugary drinks, white bread and pasta, excess carbs, and too much alcohol. Dr. Stork recommends focusing on real, whole foods and lots of vegetables.
“Anyone who knows me knows that I am all about an active, healthy lifestyle,” said Dr. Stork in the release. “What people may not know is that I have experienced significant joint pain in recent years, and do everything possible to minimize that joint pain every day. I started eating an anti-inflammatory diet years ago and added turmeric to my diet due to its anti-inflammatory properties. It’s a wonderful spice, but the reality is that you need a significant quantity of the spice in order to realize its anti-inflammatory benefits, because it is not well absorbed by the body. Because Qunol’s turmeric formula is high in antioxidant-rich curcuminoids and efficiently absorbed into the bloodstream, it helps me get the full anti-inflammatory benefits of turmeric.”