Anti-Inflammation Diet For Dummies
- Author: Morris Artemis, Rossiter Molly
- Published: September, 2011
- Publisher: For Dummies
- Number of pages: 384
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Low-grade inflammation is a condition inside the body, directly related to diet, that slowly wears on the body, facilitating chronic diseases like arthritis, diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. Also, the latest research has detected a correlation between inflammation and conditions like severe allergies, asthma, and even cancer.
Anti-Inflammation Diet For Dummies takes a preventative dietary approach to fighting inflammation by stimulating natural healing with anti-inflammatory foods and supplements. It reveals the causes of inflammation and provides a how-to prescription for eliminating it through diet changes, stress reduction, and healthy weight loss.
Defines what inflammation is, how it develops, and its associated risks Outlines foods and supplements rich in natural inflammation-fighting agents 100 healthy and delicious recipes loaded with anti-inflammatory agents
About the Author:
Dr. Artemis Morris is a naturopathic physician, licensed acupuncturist, educator, and researcher in clinical nutrition. She teaches at The University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine.
Molly Rossiter is an award-winning writer who covers new research in science and self-improvement.