Forever Young: The Anti-Inflammatory Diet


The anti-inflammatory diet is the cornerstone of the Perricone Program.  By following these simple guidelines, it is possible to experience incomparable health and beauty benefits in just three days.  The diet consists of the following components:

  • High-quality protein, like that found in fish, shellfish, poultry and tofu
  • Low-glycemic carbohydrates including colorful fresh fruits and vegetables and whole grains, such as old-fashioned oatmeal,  and legumes, such as beans and lentils
  • Healthy fats, such as those found in cold water fish (especially wild Alaskan salmon, halibut, sardines, herring, anchovies), nuts, seeds and olive oil
  • 6-8 glasses of pure spring water per day
  • Antioxidant rich beverages such as green tea

Find out different ways to incorporate the anti-inflammatory diet into your lifestyle in Forever Young.  Pre-order your copy now and receive a free 1oz Concentrated Restorative Treatment. (a $75 value)

3 thoughts on “Forever Young: The Anti-Inflammatory Diet

  1. Hi Dr. Perricone,

    My 50 year old son has been religiously following your diet and read all your books. He is totally committed to following your program. His family is very concerned because he has gotten very thin, lost about 20 lbs. and can’t seem to eat enought to gain weight. He looks emaciated.

    The biggest problem however is his sleep. He goes thru periods of 4-5 days where he can’t wake up. It’s almost like he’s in a coma. We cannot wake him up. He will sleep 12-14 hours, wakes up groggy and not able to function for several hours. When this happens, he can’t work. He takes all your suggested supplements.

    Do you have any suggestions? He recently had a physical and was in perfect health except tests showed he was dehydrated.

    His whole family is very concerned and want to help. He is baffled after consulting several physicians and researching the internet for clues. Do you have any suggestions?

    • We recommend that he follow a sleep regimen that includes waking up with the sun and going to bed at the same time every night. For better or worse, humans are creatures of habit. Our bodies need to follow a daily circadian rhythm – that is, a rhythm based on the 24-hour cycle, the time it takes the earth to make a full rotation on its axis.

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