Author: The Global Healing Center Team
When you think of inflammation, you probably picture the rash you get from poison ivy or a bump that swells up when you hit your head. There's another silent form of inflammation that occurs within your body, and it does not usually come with any painful symptoms — but it can seriously impact your health.
Conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, and diabetes are all linked to this type of constant, low-level inflammation. The good news? You can influence your body's background levels of inflammation by eating specific foods.
An anti-inflammatory diet can help if you live with a chronic autoimmune illness, are trying to ward them off, or you just feel sluggish and want to improve your health.
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