Recent research has linked chronic inflammation throughout the body to a host of diseases including, but not limited to, asthma, heart disease, arthritis, oral diseases like gum disease, high blood pressure, and inflammatory bowel disease. However, inflammation has been commonly mistaken as chronic inflammations.
Chronic inflammation occurs only when the body no longer is able to recognize when to turn off its inflammatory response. Typically, inflammation occurs naturally. It is our friend; it helps the body in the healing process. Among the signals that inflammation is happening and that the body is fighting invaders are pain, swelling, and warmth.
But a little bit too much of a good thing is bad. In this case, too much inflammation is bad for our health. Diseases associated with chronic inflammation will begin to show up, such as those mentioned earlier. Do not fret as this silent but prevalent condition can be prevented and also cured. You’ll be surprised that the cure can be found in everyday drinks containing, of course, anti-inflammatory ingredients. You need not a supplement arsenal when it comes to fighting chronic inflammation. There is an easier and safer way of doing it.
The superstar when it comes to fighting chronic inflammations in the body is turmeric. This is the main spice in curry and has been known as the most powerful herb on the planet. It has been used for centuries to relieve bloating and gas. Its main active compound, curcumin, is responsible for the golden yellow hue and also for its health benefits. Of course, this is backed by years of in-depth researching, proving that this old folk herbal remedy is true to its reputation.
To find out more about how to incorporate turmeric in your everyday drink, check out the colorful and well-crafted infographic below. You will discover some of the most delicious and anti-inflammatory drinks and recipes that could pave the way for a healthier body.
Check out in our eye-catching graphic the drinks containing powerful anti-inflammatory ingredients that are comparable to OTC medications.
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