Food and inflammation – those that might, and those that will

From maybe to likely :

10-dairy
9-lectins/oxalates (nightashed,legumes)
8-soy
7-corn
6-wheat/gluten/grains

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Certainly :

5-alcohol
4-sugar
3-seed oil
2-trans fat
1-fast food

With Dr. Sten Ekberg ...

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