ok so let's have a look at that...
1/2c original all bran cereal details:http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/bre ... als/1690/2
GI = 8, IF = 45 (anti-inflammatory), O6:O3=13:1
meets daily value for b6 and b12, nearly so for manganese, hits about 20-25% for b1, b2, b3, and b9, iron, magnesium and phosphorus
1c 2% milk details:http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/dai ... ducts/71/2
GI = 9, IF = -71 (pro-inflammatory), O6:O3=7.7:1
hits about 20-25% DV for vit D, b2, b12, calcium, phosphorus.
ham, sliced:http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/sau ... ats/1345/2
GI = 1, IF = -13 (pro-inflammatory), O6:O3=11.5:1
higher sodium (30% dv), 23% dv for B1, hits 15-20% for manganese and selenium
chicken, sliced:http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/sau ... ats/1446/2
GI = 1, IF = -10 (pro-inf), O6:O3=N/A (36.5 O6, but O3 info NA)
this was more sodium than anything else really...
lettuce leaf (outer, 24g)http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/veg ... cts/2477/2
GI = 0, IF = 32 (anti-infl), O6:O3=0.42:1
has a smidge of vitamin A, everything else negligible...
wrap (had to use pita, chose whole wheat)http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/bak ... cts/4853/2
GI = 17, IF = -107 (pro-infl), O6:O3=19.4
this one was good for selenium and manganese...
can you specify the typical ingredients in your fruit salads, and your typical dinner meat and veg choices also? are you on any kind of rotation for meat/poultry/fish? what are your top 6 veg that make it into the 3 veg sides?
on balance so far although these foods are healthy in and of themselves, taken in this particular combination i'm seeing a tendency to being more strongly pro-inflammatory than anti, with higher O6 intakes compared to O3. a daily IF score of at least 50 is desirable, GI no higher than 100, and a lower O6 to O3 ratio. need more info to get a real sense of nutrient gaps overall, too.
i'll check in later for more info
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com