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Intermittent Fasting Program! | It’s Anti Inflammatory


Ooooh, inflammation! It may not sound like that big of a deal,
but if your body is chronically inflamed…This will lead to serious trouble down the road! Inflammation is the body’s normal process
of repairing damaged tissue and protecting itself from foreign invaders like bacteria
and viruses. In fact, we need a certain level of inflammation
to be healthy. The issue here is understanding the difference
between chronic and acute inflammation. Acute inflammation is absolutely necessary
to help protect and heal the body from an injury or infection. By a series of complex reactions, your body’s
immune system sends out white blood cells and other chemicals to the injured area to
fight off potentially harmful foreign bodies. If you’ve ever gotten a cut or an infection,
then you have certainly experienced this response. You know your body is trying to fight the
injury by the redness, warmth, pain and swelling. When the inflammation becomes chronic, there’s
usually no symptoms that occur until you experience a loss of function. Chronic inflammation is a slow and systematic
process that silently damages your tissues until you notice the major result of a disease
process…and that’s truly almost too late to fix the damage done. This process can persist for years until you’re
finally diagnosed with something significant like heart disease, cancer or Alzheimer’s
disease. Health problems like heart disease, stroke,
obesity, migraines, cancer…..chronic pain, thyroid issues, diabetes, dental issues…..ADD/ADHD,
Crohn’s disease…..rheumatoid arthritis…and multiple sclerosis are all rooted in chronic
inflammation. In fact, you could argue that without chronic
inflammation, almost all disease around the world would not even exist. Let that sink in… Chronic inflammation is caused largely by
an unhealthy lifestyle. It is the result of a malfunctioning or overreactive
immune system, or an underlying problem that the body is trying to fight. Things that increase the harmful type of inflammation
include chronically eating an unhealthy omega-3 to omega-6 ratio, and consuming too much sugar. Omega-6 fatty acids are inflammatory, while
healthy omega-3 fatty acids are anti-inflammatory. In order to help reduce chronic inflammation,
we should consume healthy fats like animal-based omega-3 fats, or the essential fatty acids…GLA
and CLA…found in grass-fed meats. The good news is that intermittent fasting
has been proven to decrease inflammation, thereby preventing chronic disease. In a study done from the Internal Journal
Of Obesity, they found that intermittent fasting was effective in reducing cholesterol, triglycerides
and blood pressure. All of these things are big causes of inflammation
that are devastating to one’s health. The research really shows how powerful intermittent
fasting can be at combating this stressful environment, getting to the bottom of this
inflammatory disaster…and then reversing it.

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