Acute or Chronic Inflammation?


Acute inflammation comes on rapidly, usually within minutes, but is generally short-lived. Chronic inflammation starts the same way but persists for months or years when the immune system response fails to eliminate the problem. Inflammation may stay even if problem has been eliminated. Low-level inflammation becomes activated even when there is no apparent injury or disease. The immune system sends white blood cells to attack healthy tissues and organs, setting up a chronic inflammatory process that affects many diseases such as: rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, asthma, and even Alzheimer’s. 

Heal Chronic Inflammation with REAL FOOD Remove the foods that cause inflammation: sugar, dairy, simple carbohydrates. Avoid foods that you are sensitive to. Eat lots of foods that anti-inflammatory: leafy greens, colorful veggies, nuts, seeds, herbs and spices (turmeric, ginger, rosemary) and quality oil (olive, coconut, avocado) Exercise: improves immune function & decreases inflammation. Minimize stress and optimize how you respond to it. Speak to your doctor about supplements and probiotics. Follow anti-inflammatory diet & lifestyle. 

Five Signs you may have Chronic Inflammation Body pain, especially in the joints Skin rashes, such as eczema or psoriasis Excessive mucus production (ie, always needing to clear your throat or blow your nose) Low energy, despite sufficient sleep Poor digestion, including bloating, abdominal pain, constipation and loose stool always speak to your doctor if you suspect you have health issues. 

Trying to stay healthy but still feel uggggh! Can it be Inflammation? Inflammation is connected to almost every chronic disease. It plays a role in hypertension, osteoarthritis, cancer, and most auto-immune diseases. It's even linked to cholesterol build-up and depression.

Always speak to your Doctor regarding your health issues and changes to diet and lifestyle. 

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