It’s reassuring that Almased gives us a paleo-friendly level of riboflavin, clocking in at a whopping 6 mg per serving, but more on Almased below.
Good Nutrition Can Help!
Regarding nutrition, the Women’s Health Initiative Observational Study, which involved over 93,000 women, confirmed that an appropriate-calorie diet low in refined carbohydrates, high in fiber, high in good fats (including omega-3s), and high in natural plant polyphenols is an anti-inflammatory diet.
Another large analysis, the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA) study, came to the same conclusions about how our food choices can be anti-inflammatory.
Fortunately, soy contains bioactive peptides, including lunasin and soymorphin, which, according to research, can help curb appetite and fend off inflammation.