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Fight Chronic Inflammation Naturally

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Unchecked, chronic inflammation can lead to chronic illness. Might you be suffering from chronic inflammation? If so, this brief presentation will teach you how to fight the inflammation naturally.

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Fight Chronic Inflammation Naturally

  1. 1. Is inflammation always bad? Not necessarily! In fact, a healthy dose of inflammation is vital for good health. For example, when you catch a cold, your body produces inflammatory chemicals known as cytokines, to help you fight off the virus. This is an example of inflammation working for your benefit. However, when inflammation becomes chronic or long term, it can lead to major health problems. Left unchecked, inflammation may contribute to the development of such serious conditions as: autoimmune disease, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, multiple sclerosis, stroke, or even cancer. Knowing the signs and symptoms of chronic inflammation is vital in reducing your chances of developing chronic diseases. Check out the next slide for a list of common symptoms. What is Chronic Inflammation?
  2. 2. Signs Of Chronic Inflammation If you are dealing with some or all of these symptoms, you may have chronic inflammation.  Educating yourself about the contributing factors associated with chronic inflammation is essential in winning the battle against inflammation. Continue on to learn what some of these factors are. Chronic muscle and joint pain Chronic allergies and asthma Insomnia Chronic fatigue & low energy High blood pressure Memory problems or loss of focus Chronic headaches Symptoms May Include:
  3. 3. Contributing Factors of Inflammation Processed foods A sugar­laden diet Trans fats & hydrogenated oils Obesity Toxic overload Excessive exercise Malnutrition Prolonged stress Add subtitle textDid you notice how many of the contributing factors mentioned above are related to nutrition? It's no secret, nutrition plays a very powerful role in protecting your cells from inflammation. Next, we'll look at some foods that are powerful weapons in the war on inflammation.
  4. 4. TEXTHERE Blueberries are loaded with phytonutrients which possess both antioxidant and anti­ inflammatory properties.  To get your daily dose of this super food, try adding blueberries to smoothies, or even a salad! Blueberries
  5. 5. TEXTHERE Omega-3 Fatty Acids Omega­3s are some of the most powerful anti­inflammatory compounds available. Try adding omega­ rich sardines, walnuts, and flax­seed to your diet. A quality supplement can help, too.  Omegas have "mega" benefits when it comes to chronic inflammation!
  6. 6. TEXTHERE Leafy Greens Studies have shown that vitamin E plays a role in protecting the body from inflammatory molecules called cytokines.  Dark green veggies, such as spinach, kale, and broccoli are a great source of this vitamin.  Aim to eat dark, leafy greens with each meal!
  7. 7. TEXTHERE Avocado Avocados are cell­ protecting superheroes!   From phytosterols and carotenoids, to vitamins C and E, avocados are loaded with anti­ inflammatory vitamins and properties. Add to salads, soups, dressings, or make guacamole!
  8. 8. TEXTHERE Turmeric Curcumin (the active ingredient of turmeric), has both anti­ inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It's been said curcumin may relieve arthritis symptoms better than some pain relieving pharmaceuticals. The best part? No side effects! Add turmeric to soups and stir fries, or make a tea with it.
  9. 9. TEXTHERE Ginger Studies show that ginger contains pharmacological properties similar to those found in non­ steroidal anti­ inflammatory drugs.  To get your daily dose of ginger, add the spice to soups, stir fries, teas, or smoothies.  Not a fan of ginger? It's available in a supplement form, too.
  10. 10. TEXTHERE Onions Not only are onions well known for their immunity­boosting properties, they also work wonders on inflammation. Onions contain the anti­inflammatory chemicals quercetin and the compound allicin, which act as a free radical­fighting sulfenic acid. The possibilities of cooking with onions are endless ­ add it to your favorite recipe, today!
  11. 11. TEXTHERE Cleanse Chronic toxicity can lead to a host of health issues ­ including inflammation. When the liver is taxed the body alerts us through symptoms. Painful joints, chronic pain, and fatigue are just a few of the many signs that you may be suffering from toxic overload. Find out if a cleanse is right for you here.
  12. 12. Tony Ortiz, RPH, CCN A publication by: Atlas Drug & Nutriion (201) 869 - 5990 atlasdrugandnutrition.com Now What? Dealing with symptoms of chronic inflammation can be discouraging, but it doesn't mean you can never feel like yourself again. By working with a nutritionist - creating a plan that's right for you, you can take back your health, naturally. Schedule a free consult today. You'll be glad you did.

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