Inflammation in the body is a natural response to protect you from outside invaders. Chronic inflammation, however, occurs even when there are no invaders to fight off, and it is related to fatigue, autoimmune disease, and other serious health consequences. The most common ways people have found to reduce inflammation are through diet and exercise, meditation, and stress management.
Here to make things a bit easier, Dr. Sunil Pai presents a ten-step guide to help you prevent and treat disease through diet and lifestyle changes, as well as through the use of natural anti-inflammatories.
You may not be able to see it happening, but inflammation is the body’s interior defense mechanism toward anything going wrong, like illness or injury—it occurs with anything from a bruised elbow to an aggravated gut barrier. The catch? Inflammation can be both good and bad.
Functional medicine expert and The Inflammation Spectrum author Will Cole, DC and physician and How Not To Die author Michael Greger, MD, share their best inflammation-fighting tips that they wish *everyone* would follow. Keep reading for their advice.