Inflammation – putting out the fire


Inflammation can affect anywhere in our bodies. Externally we see swelling, redness and pain usually as a result of a sprain, insect bite, cut or graze. Internally, it can be caused by poor diet, lifestyle choices, stress, autoimmune disorders, disease, aging, injury or exposure to toxins and chemicals.

Many inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, joint and muscle pains, digestive disorders such as Crohn’s Disease and IBS, migraine, asthma, eczema, fibromylagia, lupus (SLE) can be helped by adopting a low inflammation diet and herbal and nutritional support to reduce the immune response casuing the inflammation.

Inflammation is often associated with an over reactive immune response. Given that 2/3 of our immune system is in our gut it makes sense to be careful with our gastrointestinal system and what we put into it.

Chronic inflammaion leaves us at an increased risk of heart disease and artheroclerosis, cancers, depression and anxiety, weight gain. It also leaves us more susceptible to disease and infection.

Do you ever wake up feeling stiff, sore and achy ? Most people think this is just part of getting older or that they may have some arthritis but it can be a strong sign of systemic inflammation. If you feel like this, or have an inflammatory disorder call to see how I can help you.

There are many safe and effective herbs and supplements such as hops, turmeric, selenium and zinc which can quench the inflammation fire and do so without the risks often associated with pharmaceutical anti-inflammatories such as Nurofen and Celebrex.

Email or call 02 4567104 for your free anti-inflammation diet and information sheet.

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