What Are Anti-Inflammatory Foods?
That old saying, “You are what you eat,” is true. There are certain types of foods which can aggravate inflammation in the body. Sometimes the inflammation is short-lived, as when we sprain or strain a muscle or have a cold or the flu. Other times, the inflammation can be chronic, which means it is constant and does not go away easily, if at all.
Fortunately, there are certain types of foods you can incorporate into your diet which can help reduce inflammation. Some of these foods could even help the body repair itself so you feel better faster or have fewer chronic inflammation episodes.
Even if you do not have time to always prepare meals that include anti-inflammatory foods, you have other options, such as taking supplements. Supplements are a great way to reduce inflammation, while at the same time ensuring you get the right amounts of nutrients in your diet.
For additional information about the different types of anti-inflammatory foods as well as foods you should avoid, we encourage you to continue reviewing the following infographic. After doing so, please feel free to contact Forrest Health directly for assistance in selecting the right supplements to help reduce inflammation and provide the nutrition you need!