Last month, I shared what inflammation is. This month, I want to talk about what causes it and how to reduce it.
There are a few well-known foods that cause inflammation:
Keep in mind that not all of these foods affect everyone the same way. This is where inflammation gets tricky.
As I mentioned last month, feeling bloated is a sign of the beginning stages of inflammation. There are other symptoms as well, including:
Paying close attention to how your body reacts after eating certain type of foods is crucial to identifying if you have sensitivity to them. Keep track of what you eat and any symptoms you experience. If you experience any of the above symptoms, it means there is some level of sensitivity and a potential inflammation problem.
In addition to food reactions, one of the most common inflammatory products is one that our...
We frequently hear the word “inflammation.” Do we really know what it means?
Often, we don’t.
We have an overall idea, but we can’t picture it inside our body because the type of inflammation we see it’s usually on our skin. Beyond that, we label it with another name or diagnosis.
Inflammation starts in an specific area of your body. It gets irritated, at first, due to external or internal agents causing swelling in that part, redness, irritability and in some cases mucus or bleeding, depending where the inflammation takes place.
Every imbalance, illness, or unusual sensation in our body belongs to an inflammatory response. Inflammation is the way our body is telling us, “I am getting sick, take care of me.”
We do not “listen” what our body has to say for different reasons, here are some:
We all have heard about inflammation but often we are not clear of, what it is or how that can be a problem for us our health?
Every health issue that we may have or had, started with an inflammatory process, except for the accidents.
Most of the time it starts in our gut and because we can’t feel it in the beginning, we keep doing or eating what it will become a problem in the future for us.
We all heard about sensitivities, we are not allergic to something but often when we eat that specific thing causes some symptoms in our body that makes us feel uncomfortable.
When you feel bloated after eating certain foods or stomach pain after eating others.
Our joints are sore, we have trouble focusing or we simply feel sick.
Inflammation is a subtle thing, is a silence beast that when you notice it is because it took over you and you are already having problems.
The most common foods that cause inflammation are:
There are more but is all about you and...