Anti-Inflammatory Recipe Bento Box
November: the month of non-stop go-go-go! You’re getting ready for the holidays, the travel, the stress, and all you need are some quick and easy ideas for lunch. You remember the quick bento bowl from last month? Let’s do another quick bento combination – anti-inflammatory recipe bento box. The goal — a lunch that is easy to prepare, anti-inflammatory, dairy-free, wheat-free, and all yummy.
We are testing out samples of the San Yoshi Lacquerware Bento Bowl. These Bento Bowls are BPA free, microwave safe, and dishwasher safe which makes them fun and healthy for the whole family to use. Currently San Yoshi Lacquerware bento box or bento bowl colors can be found at MoMA Store and WhiskNYC . To find more colors reach out to the team at Focus America.
Below is a “Bento Bowl Recipe” which is an excellent lunch to fill you up with plenty of protein, great taste, and fresh vegetables. This makes a delicious meatless lunch.
BENTO BOWL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY RECIPE:
Salad – Mix all ingredients together
- 4 cups shredded kale and/or broccoli (kale ribs removed)
- 1/2 cup Just Mayo or other dairy-free, soy-free mayo substitute
- 1/4 cup sunflower seeds
- 1/4 cup red cabbage
- Pepper to taste – no salt
Hummus and Cauliflower –
Cut cauliflower into pieces, serve next to your favorite flavor hummus.
This delicious anti-inflammatory recipe bento box is easy to make and healthy as can be – give it a try this busy holiday season.
I’d like to know the science behind the infammatory foods? Do you take injections for the osteoarthritis/porosis and do you take Calcium and vit D3 to replace dairy?
Thank you so much
Hi Nicki –
I do not use injections or other medications for my spinal osteoarthritis at this time beyond ibuprofen, which I take minimally to reduce inflammation.
I take a multi-vitamin that has calcium in it, vitamin D, and fish oil. Instead of taking more vitamins, which I do not think are the “cure” for everything that ails you, I suggest eating more vegetables, legumes, and fresh foods.
Calcium also comes in many forms beyond milk. Salmon, white beans, almonds – and many other sources. Do some research and you’ll be surprised.