How Inflammatory is Your Diet?
Get a bird's-eye view of your diet through an inflammation-aware lens.
One of the most powerful things we can do to tame our inflammation-induced symptoms is eat foods that work with us, not against us.
This workshop is all about what we eat and drink - and whether it makes inflammation worse or better.
I’ve sifted through the research and found the studies with the most scientific consensus and strongest evidence.
At the end of the workshop, you will have the knowledge you need to choose the right foods for your anti-inflammatory diet - no more hours of searching the internet for usable information that makes sense.
Included in your enrollment is:
Downloadable worksheets that tell you:
- Dietary Inflammatory Index of almost 50 different food parameters
- Lists of almost 40 foods rich in healthy fats
- Average glycemic index of 8 different categories of food.
- The top 12 anti-inflammatory food parameters.
Plus, a diet tracker for you to use before and after the workshop.
Does this sound like it's for you? Click "enroll" and we'll get you in the workshop!
Hello, my name is Susan Masterson and I am a mom of a boisterous little girl, a wife, writer, licensed psychologist, and a total research nerd - living with a chronic illness.
For years I had a combination of symptoms that finally made sense when I was diagnosed with Sjogren's in 2017. For years, I thought it was "in my head" and tried to "lifestyle my way" into feeling better. Once I learned that yes, my body is different, I gave myself permission to stop pressuring myself to "feel normal" and recognized that what I was doing was in fact, making me worse.
I do wholeheartedly believe that healthy lifestyle habits are necessary, and when you're living with a chronic illness, you just need to tailor your approach to your body. I want to bring you what I've learned about how food, exercise, and stress relate to Sjogren's, so you can avoid spinning your wheels like I did. My courses and workshops will help you (in your partnership with your doctor) identify the lifestyle plan that will work best with your medical treatment - to make you feel better.