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A Little Help in Managing Inflammation

You can get plenty of information from the labels on your favorite foods. You can find out the calories, protein, fat, sugar, fiber, and sodium. But really, how much is it telling you about your overall health? Are your favorite healthy foods that good for you? That’s the question that a group of researchers tried here to read more

An Easy to Follow Guide for an Anti-Inflammatory Diet

Food choices can fight or promote inflammation. And although reaching for a pill may help quell a headache or arthritic flare-up, they won’t do the job in preventing heart disease, type-2 diabetes, or future flare-ups. To get those anti-inflammatory benefits, your best bet might be an anti-inflammatory diet. Chronic low-grade inflammation is associated with a here to read more

Are You Getting the Most from This Super Spice?

Turmeric gets a lot of praise for its potential health effects. With centuries of use in Ayurvedic medicine and a growing body of scientific research behind it, it really looks like turmeric is a superfood—or should I say super spice. Shown to have powerful anti-inflammatory effects, turmeric has the potential to reduce blood pressure and here to read more


Quick Tips to Cut Calories

Who couldn’t afford to drop a couple of calories from their daily diet? If you’re snacking on leftover Halloween candy or getting ready to partake in Thanksgiving or Christmas feasts, I’m sure you know exactly what I mean. North Americans overeat. You can see it when you walk down the street, sit down at a here to read more

5 tips to prevent bloating

Does your stomach seem to grow after each meal? Do you feel gassy, uncomfortable, and maybe even unzip your pants after eating? If this sounds like you, then you probably suffer from bloating, which is an incredibly uncomfortable feeling. How and what we eat plays a large role in how we feel post-meal. For example, here to read more

Pulled chest muscle: Symptoms and Treatment

The human chest is comprised primarily of two muscles: the pectoralis major and pectoralis minor, which can both be pulled. The pectoralis major muscle is the thickest and largest of the chest muscles, with the pectoralis minor muscle being smaller and lying beneath it. These muscles combine to help control shoulder and hand movements, which here to read more

IBD-related colorectal cancer risk raised by chronic inflammation, immunosuppressive therapy

Inflammatory bowel disease-related colorectal cancer risk is raised by chronic inflammation and immunosuppressive therapy. The review was conducted by Dr. Laurent Beaugerie from Hôpital Saint-Antoine in Paris and Dr. Steven H. Itzkowitz from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. In the news release, the researchers said, “Among the chronic inflammatory diseases that often require here to read more