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Posts Tagged ‘chronic inflammation’

5 Signs You Might Suffer From Inflammation

Sunday, August 30th, 2015:

On the recent blog posts on this site, we touched upon inflammation, which ironically is our body’s response to protect us from pain and start the healing process. But if inflammation goes out of control, then it has a knack of blocking the healing process, making pain relief even harder to achieve. So what are

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Does The hs-CRP Lab Test Show You Have Chronic Inflammation?

Sunday, November 9th, 2014:

I recently attended a seminar on reversing diabetes. No, I don’t have diabetes, but I thought it was worth attending since I know people close to me that have that dreaded disease. I usually don’t spend my Saturdays going to seminars and stuff, but what caught my eye on this one — other than it’s

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Is Your Diet Inflammatory?

Saturday, June 1st, 2013:

Here’s an article by Steve Hefferon, CMT, PTA and co-founder of LoseTheBackPain. In the article, he talks about inflammation, and the importance of a diet consisting of anti-inflammatory foods. Bottom line, a switch to eating more fruits, vegetables and healthy fats is key. He also provides you with a handy chart listing anti-inflammatory and inflammatory

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Foods Responsible For Your Pain

Thursday, January 17th, 2013:

You might be saying to yourself, “Food … no way is it the cause of my back pain.” Or the cause of your neck or shoulder pain, right? Well, surprise! It appears the foods you eat may have a significant impact on the pain in your life. And more specifically, foods that contribute to inflammation

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What Are Proteolytic Enzymes?

Sunday, April 8th, 2012:

According to an article on, Dr. Adam Dave mentioned that proteolytic enzymes are, in a nutshell, “a specific class of enzyme whose function is to break down protein.”  Okay, doesn’t sound too exciting, right?  Well, keep that thought while I get into today’s post.  And also keep in mind that proteolytic enzymes are the

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