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Foods That Can Cause Inflammation

A sensitivity or allergy to a specific food or group of foods can trigger an immune response within the body. 

Although adverse reactions to a food product are generally mild the response can be severe enough to cause a chronic immune system response within the body. This means that some autoimmune based forms of chronic illness and arthritis may be triggered by these food sensitivities. There are definitely foods which can trigger inflammation just as their are foods which can help to reduce it.

The foods you consume matter. Foods that help to reduce inflammation are ginger, turmeric, lemon, onions, garlic, strawberries, pineapple, as well as foods which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon, olive oil, and walnuts.

Vitamin C, D, and B-12 in food or supplement form may naturally aid in the treatment of inflammation. Many individuals with inflammatory disorder are found to have a vitamin D or B12 deficiency so this is an element to look to include in your food or supplement choi…
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