Best Foods for Fighting Inflammation
Countless health problems can be attributed to the negative effects of inflammation within the human body. The spectrum of illnesses ranges from serious cancers and heart problems through to non-life threatening issues such as skin condtions, arthritis and so forth. Understandably, what we put into our body has an impact, positive or negative, on the function and wellness of the body. Eat well, and good health prevailes. Eat poorly, and issues such as inflammation can rear their ugly head. The infographic below covers 11 foods which are known to helo offset inflammation. Many of them will already be in your diet, but a handful might be new additions that are worthwhile incorporating! Here's the list of inflammation-fighting foods: Celery Beets Broccoli Blueberries Salmon Walnuts Chia seeds Turmeric Ginger Pineapples Leafy green vegetables
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