You’re already stressed so why should eating be just as stressful? It’s time to make nutrition a priority because it’s part of a healthy lifestyle and that is your best defence in these trying times.
Dr. Kaycee Reyes of Luminisce Clinics shares healthy eats that she curated for her family and her patients. The wellness expert and health advocate created an array of foods under the brand Innosense Organics. Each product was curated to help the consumer have an anti-inflammatory diet.
Benefits of having an anti-inflammatory diet
“The anti-inflammatory diet is a way to re-evaluate how we’ve been eating and it brings attention to our food choices and our lifestyle. I like to call this particular diet as a reset, because it is like taking a pause of the stresses of our everyday life where we become more mindful of what we consume,” the beautiful doctor reveals.
Dr. Kaycee Reyes completed her Diploma in Dermatology from King’s College and Master of Science in Clinical Dermatology from St. John’s Institute of Dermatology at Guy’s & St. Thomas Hospital in London. She also completed her Master of Science in Preventive and Regenerative Medicine at Dresden International University in Germany.
Dra Kaycee Reyes explains that the immune system becomes activated when your body recognizes anything that is foreign. That includes invading microbe, plant pollen, or chemicals. It often triggers a process called inflammation which protects the body from these invaders. When the inflammation becomes chronic, it may cause major diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, depression, and Alzheimer’s. Some of these conditions are linked as comorbidities for COVID19.
Inflammation can affect your body’s overall performance. Indulging too much in inflammation-causing foods (such as sugar-sweetened beverages, red and processed meats, shortenings like margarine and lard) can cause skin aging.
On the other hand, foods that are rich in antioxidants and polyphenols such as fruits and leafy green vegetables can protect against inflammation. These are found in each food item of Innosense Organics.
All the ingredients of Innosense Organics are sustainably-sourced and certified organic. The Crude Fat Content is certified by the National Food Authority Food Development Center and the meat is certified as Chemical Free by the National Meat Inspection Service.
Dr. Kaycee Reyes admits that while it is a struggle to eat the best food for your body when everyone is agitated by the pandemic, the situation also reminded us of that we are blessed to live in a beautiful country that grows fresh produce like turmeric, ginger, and garlic—the biggest contributors in any anti-inflammatory diet.
Innosense Organics offers artisanal granola (P170), free-range turkey broth (P980), chicken broth (P699), free-range chicken nuggets (P580), turkey balls (P480), and turkey patties (P1,480) which are all pure organic. These are best paired with their very own pure organic cauliflower rice (P100). For healthy beverages which are made fresh daily, try the red juice (beets, apple, ginger, lemon, carrots, and cucumber); green juice (kale, spinach, cucumber, lemon, red grapes, ginger, celery, and apple); and yellow juice (pineapple, yellow bell pepper, lemon, ginger, wild honey) at P420 each bottle. Innosense Organics also has pure organic wild honey at P420 per bottle. Visit https://shop.luminisce.com/innosense/ and discover a lot of anti-inflammatory foods available for delivery to your doorstep.
“The body is best protected from life-threatening diseases when it is nourished properly with a well-balanced diet,” Dr. Kaycee Reyes advices.
If you haven’t tried the anti-inflammatory diet, now is your chance. Your orders from Innosense Organics may just be the start of your healthy lifestyle. To know more about Innosense and eating healthy follow @innosense.ph in Facebook and Instagram. You may also call 0915-9396857.