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Shereen Jegtvig, MS

Nutrition and Anti-inflammatory Foods

By August 2, 2013

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Can nutrition and the foods you eat have an impact on inflammation? Quite possibly, yes. Some foods promote conditions in your body that may make inflammation worse, while other foods may help to reduce inflammation. So why would you want to reduce inflammatory conditions?

Well, for one, you may just feel better, especially if you suffer from any inflammatory type health conditions. Reducing inflammation in your body may help to reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease as well.

I have this article that explains which foods are good and which foods just might make inflammation worse: Anti-Inflammtory Foods

More About Food and Inflamation

Inflammation-free Diet Plan
The foods we eat may be triggering inflammation, pain and making us age faster than we should. This book helps you set up your own anti-inflammatory diet.

Foods and Rheumatoid Arthritis
Research shows that omega-3 fatty acids may help to reduce inflammation. Choose foods with healthy fats such as fish, walnuts, soy and canola oil.

Ten Foods for a Healthy Heart
almon is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids that protect your heart by reducing both inflammation and the risk of blood clots.

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