Friday, May 31, 2013
We know that what we eat and how we live have an effect on how we feel. This can be especially true for those with autoimmune diseases dealing with inflammatory issues. There are numerous books based on anti-inflammatory diet principles with each having a slightly different approach or spin. Much of this is nothing more than marketing hype to sell books. However, most of them are centered on the idea of reducing inflammation to help reduce the risk of or improve the consequences of disease. Anti-inflammatory diets grounded in healthy eating practices simply reinforce what we already know to be true, healthy eating reduces your risks of disease. But, what if you have an autoimmune disorder that you want to minimize risks of worsening or to control an inflammatory response? Is there any benefit for them? There are experts that believe following some anti-inflammatory eating guidelines can be beneficial and effective for some medical problems and autoimmune disorders.
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