Preventing inflammation in your body can be simple when you follow an anti-inflammatory diet. There are bundles of foods that cause inflammation, and cutting back on them will improve your overall health. Chronic inflammation can lead to worrisome health problems, such as heart disease, acne, and even cancer, so being aware of the foods that cause inflammation is crucial for a healthy lifestyle. Check out the top 15 inflammatory foods to avoid in your diet and why!
The pursuit of optimal health involves addressing the root cause of illness.A significant portion of the scientific community believes uncontrolled chronic inflammation is the culprit behind most major disorders, including cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and heart disease. Eating foods that fight inflammation and avoiding foods that produce the condition is a ...
Effects of chronic inflammation can range from heart disease to dementia, to cancer and arthritis. Most autoimmune diseases like inflammatory bowel disease are linked to excessive inflammation in the body. Here is a great juice recipe: http://rawedibles.blogspot.ca/2013/05/anti-inflammatory-juice-turmeric-tonic.html
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Chronic illness/pain. This is so incredibly true. Please read and share this so you can be more educated about people with chronic pain and so the other people with chronic pain can know they're not alone
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