THIS BOOK HAS DELICIOUS ANTI-INFLAMMATORY RECIPES THAT WILL HELP YOU TO FIGHT INFLAMMATION AND IMPROVE YOUR LIFE AND LIFESTYLE!! UPDATE!! THIS BOOK IS CURRENTLY ON A LIMITED TIME DISCOUNT OF ONLY $.99 ! Purchase it now before the price jumps back up! Inflammation; what comes to mind when you read the word? Perhaps you think of swelling on a body organ after sustaining a burn or other type of injury? Well, while it feels painful, this is a good type of inflammation, as its purpose is to help you to fight off infections and protect your body organs from bacteria and other foreign pathogens. But do you know that inflammation does not always have to entail pain that comes almost instantly, the way you experience pain after an injury? You could develop inflammation for years without even noticing it especially because no pain is involved.
This is the bad kind of inflammation, which could wreck havoc in your body before it develops into a chronic complication. As such, you MUST take deliberate measures to cure/reverse it for good if you really want to live a healthy life. The fact that there are telltale signs of inflammation (even when there is no pain) makes it easier for you fight the condition before it worsens. Some of the signs influenced having a hard time losing weight and keeping it off, digestive problems e.g.
irritable bowel, acne, celiac disease, autoimmune diseases and many others such as diabetes, heart disease and bone damage. While inflammation could have a wide array of possible causes, studies have shown that our diet plays a very significant role in determining the progression or regression of inflammation. Therefore, if you have any of these conditions, you need to follow an anti-inflammatory diet if you are to reverse it and keep it off . This book will show you exactly what you need to do by introducing you to recipes that can help you to fight inflammation. Here's a preview of the book " ... Inflammation: A Comprehensive Background What Is It? Inflammation is one of the ways in which your immune system and the white blood cells react to pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, and fungi.
When it goes through major damage, your body triggers “scarring” response, which helps in healing. Thus, we can describe inflammation as a physical condition where your body becomes reddened, swollen, hot, and painful. The inflammatory response often happens as a reaction to injury or infection. However, in a case where you suffer from arthritis, your body may trigger an inflammatory response even in the absence of pathogens. This kind of inflammatory response may causes toxins and microbes to buildup in the bloodstream, which may then lead to chronic inflammation. Over time, such scenarios overwhelm your immune system, which may then cause the immune system to send incorrect signals to your brain about what invaders need destroying. In the end, your immune system ends up destroying its own cells in what we refer to as “autoimmune disorder.” Such ‘autoimmune’ conditions such as arthritis can cause your system to damage your tissues and lead to many other adverse complications. For instance, chronic inflammation actually plays a role in the development of heart disease, obesity, and cancer. The most common inflammation trigger is foods rich in sugar and saturated fats.