Make these foods a staple in your balanced, healthful diet:
Inflammation. It begins innocently enough as an immune system response in the body. However, sometimes it stops healing and begins harming – this is called chronic inflammation. And chronic inflammation has been increasingly linked to many health conditions, including heart disease and diabetes.
Fortunately, there is much you can do to help protect against the ill effects of inflammation. Research has uncovered many foods that have anti-inflammatory properties. Although not proven to counteract the symptoms of inflammation, eating certain foods while avoiding others – in conjunction with a healthy weight and plenty of exercise – can start you off on the right path.
Incorporate these anti-inflammatory foods into your daily diet:
A balanced anti-inflammatory “diet” should also include whole grains, lean protein sources such as chicken, and monounsaturated fats such as olive oil and avocados.
It makes sense that if some foods are anti-inflammatory, other foods are pro-inflammatory. These can actually contribute to inflammation. Try to avoid – or eliminate from your diet altogether – these pro-inflammatory foods:
Certain lifestyle choices can contribute to inflammation. If applicable, remove these behaviors that can add to the inflammation burden:
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