There are many things necessary for our bodies to Heal, although the very best is a good diet from the get-go to be healthy and never need healing. As a part of a healthy diet,
a good ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 fatty acids is necessary, as is the pH of the foods we feed our bodies. Here I'm just touching on a good ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 fatty acids.
This is NOT a complete list, just the best foods I know about with a good ratio (4:1 or lower) of Omega-6 to Omega-3. Both fatty acids are necessary for our bodies, but the ratio needs to be low for good health. There are other considerations to examine for these foods, like the glycemic index/load (sugars), but I'm not covering that aspect in this post.
There are some foods that are really healthy for us in spite of a high O6-O3 ratio, like the avocado I just ate for lunch. I'll have to eat a ton of spinach or kale to balance it out, but that's okay because I love those greens as much as I love avocados. Cold-pressed virgin coconut oil is another that's very healthy yet has high O-6 and low O-3.
I'll put up a list of some foods with the worst O6-O3 ratios in a couple of days, but here are some of the really good ones (ratios of 4:1 and lower):
Broccoli Flower, Broccoli stalks, Rapini (Broccoli Raab)
Iceberg and Romaine Lettuce
Spinach and Savoy Spinach
Acorn, Butternut, Hubbard and Spaghetti squash
Turnips, turnip greens
Canned Peaches in Light Syrup (drained)
Navy, Pinto, Black, Green (fresh), and Kidney Beans
Breadfruit, Chia, Flax
Acorn, Almond (roasted), Coconut (from raw coconuts),
Almost ALL except grain-fed beef
(grain-fed beef, conventional pork, and conventional chicken or turkey are the worst)
Most EXCEPT Avocado, Corn oil, Sunflower and Walnut oils
Blue cheese, cheddar cheese
Eggs except conventional eggs
Honey, maple syrup, molasses