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Part 2: How I Learned About Anti-Inflammation Foods by Mireya Merritt Facebook Posted Sun 06 Feb 2011 9:07pm Three years ago, after a particularly bad flare-up of Rheumatoid Arthritis, I decided to take my healthy eating habits a step further. Not too long before that painful episode, I read The Spectrum, a book by Dr. Dean Ornish , which emphasizes the importance of giving up inflammation causing foods in order to reverse heart disease. My problem is ... Read on »
Top 5 Anti-Inflammation Foods & Why a Supplement May Be Required by Rachel M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 Dec 2009 9:43pm I am a resister. I’ve known about the benefits of Omega-3 for a long time now. However, that does not mean that I take a supplement. Most of my resistance revolves around the daily thing. And, the money it may involve on a monthly basis to continue taking a supplement. But lately, I’ve been doing a little more in-depth reading on my favo ... Read on »
Anti-Inflammation Foods by Fitho Posted Wed 25 May 2011 10:17pm Read on »
Are you eating foods that make your inflammation worse? by OlwenAnderson Health Maven Posted Tue 19 Oct 2010 10:31pm If you suffer from chronic inflammation (think chronic joint pain, skin problems that won’t resolve, that sort of thing) you may be able to ease that discomfort a little by deliberately choosing foods that are anti-inflammatory (and avoiding the foods that promote inflammation). Its easier to get a handle on this when you consider t ... Read on »
Inflammatory Foods List – Avoid These Foods to Eliminate Inflammation by meital j. Posted Tue 12 Jul 2011 7:04am Most of the time, when people complain about inflammation, they talk about swollen and inflated joints, muscles and loss of flexibility and mobility. But chronic inflammation in your body can cause other diseases too – Some of them can be life threatening – Like heart disease, diabetes, cancer and more. Your body has amazing tools to fight inf ... Read on »
Easing Inflammation Through Diet: How Your Food Choices Can Combat a Major Cause of Disease by Kodjoworkout Posted Sat 29 Sep 2012 11:30am It makes sense that the food we eat would have a major impact on our health; I am not just talking about providing proper nutrition. I am talking about its role in causing, treating and exacerbating symptoms of disease and other health conditions, its effect on how we feel o ... Read on »
Smother Inflammation with Blueberries (from my Food Chat blog) by Alison Barkman, MS, RD Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 07 Jul 2009 5:42pm Berry season is in full swing. Summer is the time of year to get berries at their tastiest and best price. Today I will focus on blueberries, which have a tart yet sweet flavor that will wake up your taste buds when added to your morning cereal, oatmeal, or whole wheat pancake mix. During the day, add them to smoothies or sprinkle on a slice of ang ... Read on »
Foods that Help Fight Inflammation by BerryRipe Posted Sun 08 Sep 2013 10:22am Inflammation is the natural response of the body to any type of injury that can lead to chronic diseases. It is a natural defense but when it is left unabated it can cause a lot of health issues. The problem with inflammation is that it can get out of hand and destroy healthy tissues. One way to fight inflammation is throug ... Read on »
Foods That Help Prevent Inflammation by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Sep 2011 5:31am Image by birdman Following on from the other day’s post which was entitled how to prevent body inflammation . It seemed like a good idea to have a list of foods that you can eat, which will help to prevent it from happening to yourself, so here it is. Broccoli Has quite a lot of health properties, in particular, it is very hig ... Read on »
The Best Foods for… Inflammation! by Brittany Posted Fri 12 Aug 2011 9:31am Last year I wrote a post about inflammation in the body .  It receives hits daily, so I imagine it’s a pretty hot topic still in the health world, as scientists try to understand more about it.  In short, inflammation is a relatively new topic that highlights how C-reactive proteins cause inflammation inside the body, which is linked to ma ... Read on »