This Definitely Does Not CURE Inflammation
Do you want to cure inflammation?
If you said yes you may want to reconsider that wish.
Inflammation is not bad, as Dr. Wiggy has pointed out, you actually need it in order to repair your body and live (and love your life).
Inflammation is actually what allows you to heal and helps you improve as a person.
Now, there are times where you may want to attenuate inflammation (meaning help get it under control).
And that is when you are being subjected to some kind of stressor that causes inflammation to persist for a long time.
We have a product called Inflammation Syn3rgy that helps support your body’s response to that kind of inflammation. Basically, it helps to keep it in line with what’s normal and healthy.
It doesn’t cure it, because you can’t cure inflammation, but it definitely helps your body deal with it in a healthy way.
If you want to get a bottle today you can go here and grab one.
Inflammation REALLY Is Good For You (But Not all Of It)
Look, inflammation is made out to be a boogeyman that you have to avoid at all costs.
But why would your body become inflamed, naturally, if it didn’t find that there was some use for it?
That’s a good question.
As Prevention magazine points out, there are times where inflammation is essential for your health:
Delirium and body aches aren't pleasant. But your fever—basically, a form of whole-body inflammation—serves a purpose. "The fever is a byproduct of interleukins, which are chemicals secreted by white blood cells that fight to get rid of an aggressor bacteria," Davtyan explains. Bacteria and other organisms like to live at a normal body temperature. So when your body cranks up its internal temp, the invaders get uncomfortable and sometimes die, Higgins adds.”
That same response is what a sauna can do for you, too.
So when is it bad for you, or rather, when would it be a good idea to help support your body’s natural immune response?
Well if you ever deal with the following, you may need to take something like Inflammation Syn3rgy.
- A diet of processed foods
- Smoking and tobacco use
- Excessive alcohol consumption
- Lack of exercise
- Poor Sleep habits
- Chronic Stress
- Being overweight
- Infections from viruses and bacteria
- Allergens and toxins in food
- Frequent to exposure polluted air and industrial chemicals
Because almost everyone deals with something on that list it’s not a bad idea to have Inflammation Syn3rgy in the mix to help support your body’s response.
The 3 ingredients (pine bark, turmeric and ginger root) are shown to help support your body’s response to inflammation and help it stay in the normal range
Go here to see how it works and to read reviews on how much they like it.