WALKING A FINE LINE BETWEEN HEALING AND LONG TERM HEALTH RISKS.
Inflammation is so much more than being sore and swollen.
We’ve Found a Missing Link
Reducing and Managing Cellular Inflammation
We want our bodies to continue to fight off infections and heal when we need to, without crossing over into the dangerous territory known as chronic inflammation. But what does that actually mean? Are we walking a tightrope with long term health on one side and a canyon of chronic illness on the other, or is there a wide pathway that we can walk before we fall off the edge? Doctors and scientists are learning more and more about this every day. We know that lowering cellular inflammation can help the body heal quicker and fight free radicals more effectively, as well as prevent plaque build up and help prevent the production of abnormal cells, all of which are great things. Though we may not be walking on a tightrope, it’s understandably better to keep to the healthier side of the path.
It may sound like a daunting task, but lowering cellular inflammation may be easier than you think. There are the tried and true activities like exercising, eating a healthier diet and reducing your stress levels which have a direct impact on your chronic inflammation levels. Fatty fish oils, dark greens, nuts, as well as a long list of fruits and vegetables contain a range of healthy nutrients that can help reduce cellular inflammation. There are also a range of supplements that are specifically designed with these nutrients which can help get cellular inflammation under control. When your body is only fighting off what it absolutely needs to, you’ll have more energy, more focus, less stress, better sleep and the list goes on and on.
Fight Back and Win!
To make a seemingly complex problem sound simple, overactive cellular inflammation can be a silent killer if it gets out of control, and we often don’t know that we’ve got chronic inflammation until it’s too late. If you take the steps to start lowering cellular inflammation sooner than later, your body will thank you for it.