Inflammation is thought to be a factor for many illnesses, it seems to be associated with things like cancer, autoimmune, heart disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, ageing and even skin wrinkling.
In regard to inflammation, what are some of the causes?
First and foremost, it’s pretty much what we eat and what we drink.
Inflammation is the body’s natural response to safeguard against foreign bacteria, viruses, and infection. When it senses a threat, the body will trigger the release of chemicals and white blood cells our body’s germ fighters.
Inflammation can be brought on by too much stress, a sedentary lifestyle, smoking, vaping and a poor diet filled with processed foods, sugar too much, fizzy drinks too much, caffeine too much, alcohol too much, fast foods too much, medication.
Anything in moderation or as a treat but too much of anything isn’t great for our wellbeing.
Everything you consume affects you.
Foods To Avoid
- Fatty red meats
- Processed cured meats
- Food additives
- Refined carbohydrates
- Trans fats
- Saturated fats
- Refined grains
People Complain Of Gut Problems
Gut problems, bloating, constipation, flatulence and pain, these are some signs that the gut is inflamed. There are a number of different foods that can help your body effectively and painlessly digest your meals. The key is finding foods that are easy to digest and encourage the cultivation of gut flora, or bacteria that actively assist in the digestion process.
Foods To Support Gut Health
Things To Watch
If you're having problems, avoid foods that upset your gut, make changes to your diet, try eating differently for several weeks - by doing this you’ll be able to see if you notice any difference in the way you feel. Change of diet can help reset your immune system and inflammatory response.
Balance Out Fats
Too little omega-3 and omega 6 fats and too much hydrogenated fats can result in inflammation.
Avoid fried foods. Eat fish several times a week but if you are vegetarian, vegan you’ll need to include sources of omega-3 fats like hemp, chia and flax seeds.
Plant foods are for everyone. Plants contain a diverse array of vitamins and minerals and perhaps most importantly phytonutrients such as sulforaphane and anthocyanin where these compounds can reduce inflammation which in turn helps prevent illness.
C-pure Vitamin C
Vitamin C an important vitamin that the body needs. Eat lots of fruit, vegetables, nuts, but if you’re not getting enough vitamins nutrients in your diet boost yourself with C-pure Liposomal Vitamin C.
Sleep To Support Your Well-being
It’s not only Vitamins that we need, don’t underestimate Sleep.
When we don’t get enough sleep, inflammation levels can increase. During sleep, our bodies regenerate. Not enough sleep can affect the immune system and is said to increase inflammation.
The norm is said to be 7 to 8 hours of sleep a day.
Another thing that’s helpful is to limit screen time a few hours before bed, this can support better sleep and adequate melatonin.
If you have insomnia or poor-quality sleep, it may increase risk of inflammation.
Lifestyle, de stress, reduce stressful situations
Take time to relax, breath
Some find meditation helpful to destress
Do what works for you
Time In Nature
When we are in touch with nature or the ocean our bodies are able to drop the built-up of accumulated energy, which can give us the opportunity to pick up energetically, this can have an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effect on the body, so too can grounding, this is another way of being in touch with nature. Kick off your shoes and go bare feet on the grass, on the sand, on the earth, this can reduce pain, it can support circulation which can support inflammation.
Let’s not forget natural anti-inflammatory agents such as ginger, Boswellia and turmeric. It’s all Nature’s Way to Support Us.
Take Care from the C-pure Team