Everyone has a different genetic structure and their bodies respond differently to certain foods. You are lucky that you were able to get one on one attention with an ND and the info you received is very valuable to understand how to feed your body with the right foods it needs to function at its highest potential. My suggestions tend to be very broad because I am working with so many people and lack a lot of specific details I would need to make a personalized recommendation. In your case I would focus on increasing your nutrient dense veggie intake and anti-inflammatory foods.
I would include:
dark leafy greens - alkaline, anti-inflammatory, nutrient dense
broccoli - great source of indole-3-carbinole, an immune system booster
blueberries - nutrient dense, low glycemic index
fresh turmeric - huge anti-inflammatory (as you know)
ginger - anti-emetic, anti-nausea, great for digestion, anti-inflammatory
hemp seeds, chia seeds - good source of omega 3 FA
caca0 - anti-inflammatory, if you can handle a mild amount of caffeine
Those are some great ingredients to use in your NutriBullet, with those foods you could make some super tasty Blasts that would help decrease inflammation throughout your body.