Here’s What Doctors Recommend For Helping With Inflammation
Inflammation, it’s a double-edged sword.
You absolutely need it to help deal with injuries and to promote better health (for instance after you workout and breakdown muscle tissue inflammation helps to repair your muscle and make you stronger).
But, you can’t have too much of it because long-lasting inflammation can actually produce a bunch of health concerns in the future.
That’s why it’s so important to do what you can to limit chronic inflammation.
One of the best things for supporting a healthy inflammation response is to avoid processed foods, environmental toxins, get good sleep and maintain a healthy weight.
On top of that, eating anti-inflammatory foods like wild-caught fatty-fish, pasture-raised animal-products, and plants and herbs high in antioxidants are also a surefire bet for limiting inflammatory markers that are known to cause problems.
And supplements can also play a big role in helping you maintain a healthy response to inflammation.
Our product Inflammation Syn3rgy was made by Dr. Wiggy to give you 3 plant-based ingredients that have a long-history of evidence-based use for keeping your body’s response to inflammation balanced and calm.
These 3 Ingredients Help to Support a Healthy Response to Inflammation
What is long-lasting inflammation exactly?
As Harvard Health writes:
[It] occurs in response to other unwanted substances in the body, such as toxins from cigarette smoke or an excess of fat cells (especially fat in the belly area). Inside arteries, inflammation helps kick off atherosclerosis—the buildup of fatty, cholesterol-rich plaque. Your body perceives this plaque as abnormal and foreign, so it attempts to wall off the plaque from the flowing blood. But if that wall breaks down, the plaque may rupture. The contents then mingle with blood, forming a clot that blocks blood flow.
The good news is you can help to control how inflammation affects your body with plant-based ingredients that have high antioxidant profiles for neutralizing free radicals that can contribute to inflammation.
The ingredients we use are pine bark, turmeric extract, and ginger root.
You’d probably never expect something like pine bark as being a powerful way to help maintain a healthy response to inflammation.
In our blend we use an extract from the French Maritime pine tree that has 95% proanthocyanidins (powerful antioxidants) known to help neutralize free radicals.
The reason it’s such a great ingredient is because the proanthocyanidins go on a mission and look for free radicals to reduce their potentially damaging effects.
Turmeric does something similar.
We use something known as C3 Complex that consists of 95% curcuminoids for the maximum benefit.
What do these curcumonoids do?
“Curcumin is beneficial to provide relief from inflammation in the body by blocking activity of various enzymes incorporated in inflammatory process. Study shows anti-inflammatory effects of various compounds and found ibuprofen and aspirin are the two common medications used for treating inflammation were least potent while curcumin extract effectively relieves inflammation.”
And this is just a short list of how it works.
Ginger is also one of the better-studied foods for keeping your inflammation response balanced.
Ginger delivers two compounds shown to positively affect inflammation. They are gingerol and shogaol. These compounds help moderate inflammation in the body.
Part of the way they do this is by helping to preserve how much of our master antioxidant, glutathione, sticks around in the body. The longer glutathione sticks around the longer it will benefit how our cells respond to inflammation.
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As a recap, you’ll want to lose weight, exercise regularly, sleep a lot, avoid processed foods and toxins as the main way to support how you respond to inflammation.
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