Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on linkedin
Share on telegram
Share on reddit
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

Shifting to a diet will boost your mood, your health. How? It might be related to inflammation in your body. Let us explain: 

 When you are stung by an insect or arachnid, your skin turns red and swells. The same happens when you get a spine or splinter on your hand. The area turns red, swells up, and the temperature in the area increases. That’s inflammation. 

What happens in your body is that on the affected area the widen the blood vessels increase blood flow and weep fluid and proteins into the injured area. That’s where the redness and swelling come from. Your body also sends in white blood cells that produce antibodies attacking bacteria and viruses destroying them before they can harm us. 

This process can be triggered mistakenly by food, i.e. by dairy products among others.

A diet change can put out the fire. Many years ago, studies showed that avoiding animal products could reduce the inflammation of arthritis. A diet has been shown to lower CRP levels by about one-third. 

Inflammation can affect all our body, including the brain. By causing chemical changes in the brain. Years leading to depression showed by teste of higher levels of inflammatory proteins in their bloodstream, compared with people who were not depressed. 

More worrisome is the fact that inflammation may actually damage the brain. In other words, it does not just impair the brain cells’ ability to function. It may be contributing to their destruction.  

Just as inflammatory foods can affect the body, they can also affect our brain. Thus explaining the anti-depressant effect of diets. They allow you to steer clear of inflammatory foods. 

Apart from food triggers, the type of fat in the diet may make a difference, too. Researchers have suggested that an excess of uric acid, an inflammatory fat found in chicken, eggs, beef, sausage, and fish, can promote inflammation in the brain and interfere with normal brain function. 

Stay tuned with us, we know that foods are good for the brain; the explanation as to why they help may become clearer with time.

Share with friends:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on linkedin
Share on telegram
Share on reddit
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Is Matcha Green Tea Superfood Or Just A Trend?
Ben & Jerry’s Launched Vegan Flavor: Dairy-free Karamel Sutra
XCellR8 Receives £100,000 from Unilever and AstraZeneca For Animal-Free Lab Testing
Canadian Cheese Master Makes Vegan Brie Better Than The Real Thing
New Study Links Plant-based Diet To Reduction Of Prostate Cancer
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE
Vegan Athlete Novak Djokovic Avoids Deportation Following Covid Controversy
An Australian magistrate has freed Novak Djokovic from detention in Australia after the vegan...
Vegan Sticky Orange Sesame Tofu
This recipe makes a sweet and full of flavors tofu able to instantly turn any vegan stir-fry...
Fish From The Desert?. Israeli Start-Up To Launch World’s First’ Vegan Salmon Fillet
The once small niche vegan and vegetarian food scene are now filled with options. Today, consumers...
Babybel Released Vegan Mini Cheese Wheels, And Aldi Releases Its First Dairy-Free Cheese Series
Vegan cheese is trending in the UK right now, as two major brands step into the sector for...
Subway To Release Vegan Chicken Sub For Veganuary
International sandwich chain Subway will be adding a new vegan chicken product to its menu...
Germany’s Commitments For 2022: Animal Welfare Labels On Meat And Plant-Based Push
This 2022 is the new German government’s first in power, and with its arrival a lot of animal...