Reduce Inflammation, the Underlying Cause of Many Diseases

Reduce Inflammation, the Underlying Cause of Many Diseases

Reduce Inflammation, the Underlying Cause of Many Diseases

Inflammation is not just a word in medical circles today, it is a real threat to people’s health.

The inflammatory response is nature’s way to help heal the body from illness or injury. But, chronic inflammation is at the root cause of many dreaded diseases, including heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and others.

“While inflammation can be healthy and a critical part of the body’s monitoring and repair systems, the real problem occurs when it goes out of balance and starts attacking our own, healthy cells instead of outside invaders,” says Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, a leading authority in the field of inflammation.

“The has become a major problem, with the inflammation process now contributing not only to heart disease, Alzheimer’s and arthritis but also to the rising epidemic of autoimmune disease. “

Dr. Teitelbaum says there are simple ways to fight inflammation and reduce the risk of these diseases, they are as follows:

  1. Omega-3 fatty acids: You will find these well-known inflation fighters in foods like salmon, flax seed and walnuts. “Increasing your intake of fish can certainly help, but eating fried fish at McDonald’s makes the problem worse,” says Dr. Teitelbaum. “Steam or bake the fish just until done.”If you choose to use fish oil supplements to get the maximum bang of omega-3 fatty acids for your buck, the expert advises buying vectorized forms of the nutrient. “A small vectorized capsule replaces 8 large capsules of fish oil and there are no fish oil burps because it contains pure omega-3.”
  2. Spice things up: Curcumin, the bioactive ingredient in the spice turmeric, has lots of science supporting its anti-inflammatory benefits. A Y 2015 study at the University of Arizona found that curcumin suppressed inflation and prevented tumor formation in mice with colitis-associated colon cancer. “Ginger is another good spice to take regularly,” says Chris D’Adamo, director of research at the Center for Integrative Medicine, University if Maryland. “I personally take a capsule called CuraMed every day to beat inflammation because it is the most highly absorbed form,” he notes.
  3. Lose a few pounds. Fat tissue is biologically active and pumps out inflammatory chemicals. If you are overweight, your body may be in a constant state of inflammation, says Catherine Duggan, staff scientist in the Public Health Sciences Division at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.
  4. Avoid cooking foods at high temperatures: According to the experts at the Dana Foundation, a philanthropic organization that supports brain research, these foods create compounds that promote inflammation leading to Alzheimer’s disease. In a study published in the medical journal Brain, scientists suggest that inflammation “may be the real cause of Alzheimer’s disease rather than the result of it.”
  5. Do not forget the Sunshine: “The deadly advice to avoid sunshine contributes to a dramatic increase in vitamin D deficiency with secondary increased inflammation and cancer risk,” says Dr. Teitelbaum. “Avoid sunburn, not sunshine and get your vitamin D levels tested.”
  6. Eliminate sugar and refined carbs. When you consume sugar, your body releases insulin. Insulin is a hormone that helps guide sugar molecules into your cells for energy. But when you have an excess of sugar in the body, your body produces excess insulin which causes insulin resistance and inflammation. “This can lead to accelerated aging, elevated cholesterol, hypertension, congestive heart failure, diabetes, osteoporosis and other metabolic syndromes, says Dr. Teitelbaum. “Sugar substitutes such as Stevia are good alternatives,” he says. Use quinoa instead of grains because it is actually a seed and does not impact your blood sugar as negatively as grains do.
  7. Eat less meat: A Y 2015 study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that a sugar molecule derived from red meat promotes inflammation and cancer progression. Sow swapping your burger for a veggie version once in a while may keep inflammation at bay.
  8. Socialize: We already know that having a strong social network can keep your brain sharp but new research reveals it can also prevent inflammation. A Y 2015 study at the University of Chicago found that when people are feeling lonely, levels of norepinephrine, one of the fight or flight hormones, surged. This in turn increased the activity of inflammatory genes.
  9. Drink Hydrogenated Water: The hydrogen molecule is very small, and it is the size and other unique properties have inspired scientists to research its potential therapeutic uses, they come up with some remarkable discoveries.  Hydrogen enriched water offers a variety of health benefits and has been shown to reduce inflammation and to materially contribute to the performance of athletes. Drinking 500 ml of hydrogen water daily approximates the dose used in the hydrogen therapy’s research, and actually floods the system with free radical-quenching electrons. And because H2 is a safe, natural molecule that is common to the body, you cannot get too much of it. Molecular hydrogen water has a promising future as a safe, simple, inexpensive therapy for health maintenance, disease prevention, and treatment of our most common health challenges.I have added a 500 ml container of H2-saturated water to my daily regimen, I have no aches or pains, and suggest any health, longevity conscious reader consider doing the same. This is where i get it.  Penta 5 USA is Sarasota, Florida based and I wish them safety during the on-surge of Hurricane Irma at the weekend,

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