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David Ogden
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Inflammation and Aging

Published on 6/24/2012
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do not know of anyone who does not want to look younger, feel younger and live longer, now its seems that reducing inflammation in you body can help you achieve these dreams. I was doing some research on inflammation and came across an article by the world renowned Dr. Perricone, who stated that the single cause of aging and age related diseases and conditions such as diabetes, Alzheimer, arthritis, heart disease, diabetes, wrinkled skin and loss or bone and muscle is inflammation. The WebMD site for example has has information about inflammation and aging written by Susan Moore R.D. spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association saying that food choices are critical in delaying the onset of aging, and the sooner you start the better. Foods that are high in phytonutrients are the key, because as we age we become more effected to the long term effects of oxidative stress( where body has too many free radicals and inflammation on the cellular level). There are many ways of lowering inflammation, some simple and some more profound. changing your diet is the first one, giving up high glycemic foods, such as cakes, cookies, muffins, breads, soda's etc. Taking Nopalea cactus juice which is rich in bioflavonoids, the photonutrients that help to reduce inflammation is another. Nopalea is best known for it role in fighting pain and inflammation, but it can also provide other benefits making you feel better, look better,live longer, sleep better and have more energy. David Ogden CEO TheInterbiz LLC
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