Prevent chronic inflammation with a healthy diet
|Prevent chronic inflammation with a healthy diet||Darrell Miller||11/17/16|
November 17, 2016 06:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Prevent chronic inflammation with a healthy diet
It has come to light in the past 20 years that fat cells are little factories that pump out hormones and immune system chemicals that can increase inflammation throughout the body. This is quite different from the energy storehouses we thought they were. In order to reduce inflammation, and the risk of certain diseases, the best thing we can do it eat foods that decrease the amount of fat stores. This means avoiding fried and sugary foods and instead opting for fresh fruits and vegetables that help fight inflammation.
- Inflammation in the body is a double-edged sword
- Short-lived inflammation, directed by your immune system at invaders like bacteria or viruses, protects your health
- By choosing the right foods, you may be able to reduce your risk of illness
"Inflammation in the body is a double-edged sword. Short-lived inflammation, directed by your immune system at invaders like bacteria or viruses, protects your health."