What is inflammation? Our body experiences inflammation as a natural response when fighting off foreign microbes or chemicals. However, inflammation can also occur without invading bacteria being present. For example, a poor diet, genetics and stress can all contribute to inflammation. Experiencing symptoms of chronic inflammation is known to be linked to many illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Luckily, improving one’s diet and practicing healthy habits in the kitchen can go a long way towards treating chronic inflammation.
The infographic below, titled “Foods for Fighting Inflammation” covers the following topics:
Ways to Benefit from Eating More Anti-Inflammatory Foods
Including improved memory, reduced anxiety, combat fatigue, help with joint pain, weight loss and more.
The Most Beneficial Anti-Inflammatory Foods
Including turmeric, cayenne, green tea, avocado, berries, kale, salmon, almonds, dark chocolate and more.
Inflammatory Foods to Avoid
Including processed meats, refined sugars, artificial sweeteners and more.
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Infographic “Foods for Fighting Inflammation” by SynergyLifestyleMedicine.com