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Inflammation comes about once the tissues of the body are impacted by injury or infection. They become irritated to the point that it might lead to pain. Learn how to help abolish the pain of inflammation by altering your diet.

Consuming certain foods might likewise increase inflammation that's already present in the body. Truly, you are what you eat. Many foods these days are processed for lengthier shelf life. Additional fats seem to make the food taste better even though it does not make it better for you.

To fight that inflammation, we take medicines. The most popular drugs on the market to fight inflammation are NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). While they're helpful, if you're consuming foods that increase inflammation (such as those alluded to above), you're working against yourself.

Here is a brief listing of foods that promote inflammation in the body:

* Trans fats
* Saturated fats
* Processed meats (luncheon meat, hot dogs, and so forth.)
* Processed baked goods (cookies, cakes, donuts, and so forth.)
* Pre-sweetened cereal
* Candy

If you suffer from an inflammatory process in your body (what comes to mind is arthritis), consuming certain foods might possibly make your inflammation worse. You take NSAIDs more frequently to battle the pain. Regrettably, taking too many of these drugs can have side effects in your body including ulcers and an irritable bowel due to the level of pain relievers in your system.

Foods that Help Stop Inflammation

Before you reach for additional pain relievers, consider other changes that you are able to make in your life to help relieve that inflammation. Examine your diet. Seek to include foods that will work to stop the inflammation process in your tissues and joints.

  • * Omega 3 fatty acids – These are found in healthy oils and cold water fish. Try cooking with olive oil. It's a great source for fatty acids that not only help bring down inflammation but likewise improve cardiovascular health. Utilize it in salad dressings and likewise to cook meals. Salmon is a cold water fish that's full of fatty acids. Try consuming fish at least twice a week. If you are not a fan of salmon, try mackerel.
  • * Protein – search for lean sources of protein such as chicken, turkey and pork. Even better yet are non-animal sources of protein such as nuts, legumes and beans. You're furnished with good fats and likewise high sources of protein without animal fats.
  • * Carbohydrates (including veggies) – Try whole grain breads. If you're used to consuming oatmeal, try other grains such as quinoa, barley and bulgur. Veggies likewise contain carbohydrates: broccoli, cauliflower and spinach. If there's any inflammation, avoid tomatoes, eggplant and potatoes. These are known to increase inflammation. All other vegetables are fair game.

Are you suffering from inflammation? Try altering what you consume as a way of bringing down the pain that you experience.

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Dee is an Adv. Certified Aromatherapist, Reiki Master, Adv. Color/Crystal Therapist, Herbalist, Dr. of Reflexology and single mom who is dedicated to helping others any way she can.

One way she chooses to help is by offering information on the benefits and uses of natural health and healing methods for the well-being of both people and pets.

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