benefits of an anti-inflammatory diet, and may even know that inflammation is the way your body reacts to foreign invaders. Chronic inflammation can be caused by everything from stress to pesticides to air pollution, and show up in the body as acne, chronic disease, brain fog, digestive issues, and more.
Anti-inflammation is more than just a diet that’s trending on Instagram; it’s a natural response our bodies make to the foods we eat and the lifestyles we lead (fun fact: an article from Harvard Health Publishing noted that a number of studies found that CRP levels, or inflammation levels, are more effective than cholesterol levels at predicting heart disease risk in women).In today’s world, when “stress” feels like a daily emotion, our iPhones are more like a fifth limb than a form of communication, and toxic chemicals are considered to be viable food ingredients, inflammation is everywhere.
Wondering how to reduce inflammation? Read on for 9 simple hacks, and talk to your doctor for more about how inflammation may be affecting you.Read more on theeverygirl.com