Author: Lauren Grieco MS, RD
Posted: December 6, 2021
Inflammation can be caused by your body’s natural immune defense to anything foreign. This ranges from allergens to microbes to chemicals. Inflammation usually lasts throughout the presence of the foreign “invader”, however, occasionally inflammation can linger even after it is gone. Preliminary research has found that long term inflammation can be linked to chronic diseases.
An effective way to support your body to reduce inflammation is through nutrition! Food has been found to be a beneficial natural solution to resolving persistent inflammation.
Below are Anti-inflammatory Foods to Get Started:
- Cherry tomatoes
- Tomato juice
- Olive Oil (especially extra virgin olive oil)
- Green Tea
- Green Leafy Vegetables
- Fatty Fish
- Fruits (especially berries)
- Cherries (sweet and tart)
- Chili peppers
- Bell peppers
- Lion’s Mane
- Dark Chocolate and Cocoa
A great place to get started is incorporating one of the below foods in a meal once a day. As you start to reach this goal, start incorporating more of these foods into your meals throughout the week. Research has found that an overall healthy diet is the most effective way to reduce inflammation.
Many of the foods listed are contained in the Mediterranean diet. This diet focuses on lean protein, low fat dairy, whole grains, healthy fats, and a variety of fruits and vegetables.
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Long term inflammation caused by foreign invaders can lead to a variety of chronic diseases. Take care of your overall health by introducing anti-inflammatory foods.
Try Nafliva LiverSupport to reduce inflammation and increase energy levels. Talk with your healthcare provider before initiating supplement use.