10 Anti-Inflammatory Foods to Eat More of (and 3 to Avoid)
|10 Anti-Inflammatory Foods to Eat More of (and 3 to Avoid)||Darrell Miller||01/05/17|
January 05, 2017 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: 10 Anti-Inflammatory Foods to Eat More of (and 3 to Avoid)
Working out causes inflammation. Part of the recovery process should include consuming anti-inflammatory foods and avoiding those that cause inflammation. Read this article if you would like to find out which foods to incorporate into your diet to help keep the inflammation in control. Do the right thing for your body to stay healthy after a strenuous workout.
- Keeping inflammation at bay is vital to your post-workout recovery.
- This is why it's a good idea to incorporate anti-inflammatory foods into your daily diet and avoid foods that increase inflammation.
- Read on to learn about the ten foods that keep inflammation in check and the three foods to avoid.
"Your body creates its own inflammation fighters when you exercise, but you can help it along with a healthy anti-inflammatory diet—because to train in pain sends exercise down the drain."