The hidden link between menopause and chronic inflammation
First, fruit: use berries (preferably wild blueberries!), apples, avocados, cherries, and citrus fruits. I also love powerful herbs and spices, with turmeric being one of the most effective at promoting a healthy inflammatory response. Ginger and cinnamon are great too.
Then you have nutrient-dense fish (look for MSC certified), including salmon, herring, sardines and mackerel. Olive oil, walnuts, flax seeds, hemp, chia seeds, and cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli or kale) can round out your plate. In general, aim to add lots of color to every meal to fight inflammation.
In terms of lifestyle, remember that stress is the enemy. Installation a mindfulness meditation11 habit as well as balanced traffic schedule 12 will have a high anti-inflammatory effect. You can also choose a high-quality supplement to help manage some of the side effects of menopause. It is also helpful to maintain a balanced blood sugar level (like extreme highs and lows cause inflammation13), as well as the priority of gut health (unhealthy gut too associated with inflammation14).