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Links Between Inflammation Food and Obesity

Published on 7/18/2012
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Nopalea Cactus Juice Natural Pain and Inflammation Relief Chronic inflammation has been linked to a number of diseases including heart disease, strokes and cancer, and now scientists believe that excess body weight and high fat foods may further increase risks Until now anti inflammatory drugs have been used to counter inflammation but now research has lead to a link between inflammation and what we eat, changing our diet may keep inflammation at bay and help reduce the risk of inflammation related diseases Inflammation is the body's natural response to injury and outside irritants. But when the irritants don't let up, because of a diet of high-fat foods, too much body fat and smoking, for example, the immune system can spiral out of control and increase the risk for disease. Experts say when inflammation becomes chronic it can damage heart valves and brain cells, trigger strokes, and promote resistance to insulin, which leads to diabetes. It also is associated with the development of cancer. It would seem that dietary fibre for example from ,whole grains may have a role in preventing inflammation and a result study also showed that dairy foods may ease inflammation in certain cases. One substance known as C-reactive protein, measured with a simple blood test, is an indicator of inflammation in the body. A report published in Archives of Internal Medicine in 2007, which analysed results of 33 separate studies, found that losing weight can lower C-reactive protein levels. For each one kilogram, or 2.2 pounds, of weight loss, whether by dieting, exercise or surgery, the mean reduction in C-reactive protein among participants was 0.13 milligram per litre Obesity is a growing problem worldwide and the link between inflammation and killer diseases is one more reason to watch what one eats. David Ogden
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