No matter your health and wellness goals, chances are they’re linked to inflammation. Or really, chronic inflammation.
Inflammation is a classic case of “too much of a good thing.”
Yes, inflammation can be a good thing! It’s a vital part of the body’s natural healing process.
But there’s a big difference between acute and chronic inflammation.
Acute inflammation is your body’s natural way of protecting itself when you’re injured or sick.
For example, when you get a cut on your finger, the surrounding area will inflame and trigger an immune response: blood vessels dilate to increase blood flow to the area, white blood cells are released to attack foreign invaders like bacteria, and the finger swells to cushion and protect the damaged tissue. After this immune response is complete, anti-inflammatory chemicals move in to bring everything back to normal.
But whereas a cut leads to acute inflammation that serves an immediate need and gets turned off when all is complete, chronic inflammation never quite gets turned off. Your immune system is always on high alert.
This chronic, sustained inflammation is linked to an increased risk of most diseases and ailments, from estrogen dominance and PCOS to autoimmune diabetes and cancer.
So no matter your health and wellness goals, you’ll benefit from calming chronic inflammation.
But unfortunately, you can’t simply turmeric or fish oil your way out of inflammation! You need to address
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