7 Anti-Inflammatory Foods to Add to Your Diet 2
Our body is constantly regulating our levels of Inflammation to help keep us functioning at our best. The following foods have anti-inflammatory properties that can help support our healthy Inflammation response.
What You Need to Know About Inflammation 2
Inflammation can occur just about anywhere in the body from the gut to the gums to the eyes and the joints. We’re all familiar with the acute pain of stubbing a big toe
Stay Away From These Inflammatory Foods! 1
Excess inflammation can lead to serious health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. Eating a balanced diet full of wholesome ingredients and avoiding certain foods can help you reduce inflammation in your body and maintain a healthy equilibrium.
Turmeric vs. Curcumin: What’s the Difference? 4
The easiest way to know the difference between turmeric and curcumin is to think of turmeric as the source of curcumin. One of three bioactive compounds, curcumin is a strong antioxidant and therapeutic anti-inflammatory† with a number of health benefits.