5 Causes of INFLAMMATION and What You Can Do To Avoid It

It may be hard for you to believe that some of the foods that you eat, can cause inflammation, but it’s TRUE. Here are a few examples:


Just about everything that you buy packaged lately has some form of sugar in it, so you’re eating sugar, you’re causing inflammation inside your body. And that means in any amount. It may be hard to resist desserts, pastries, chocolate bars, sodas, even fruit juices, but they all cause inflammation. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition warns that processed sugars trigger the release of inflammatory messengers called cytokines. Sugar goes by many names so look out for any word ending in “ose,” e.g. fructose or sucrose on ingredient labels. The less you eat, the better you’ll feel.

Saturated Fats

Several studies have shown that saturated fats trigger adipose, or fat tissue inflammation, which is not only an indicator for heart disease but it also worsens arthritis inflammation. Pizza and cheese are the biggest sources of saturated fats in the average American diet, according to the National Cancer Institute. Other culprits include meat products (especially red meat), full-fat dairy products, pasta dishes and grain-based desserts.

Trans Fats

Harvard School of Public Health researchers helped sound the alarm about trans-fat in the early 1990s. Known to trigger systemic inflammation, trans-fat can be found in fast foods and other fried products, processed snack foods, frozen breakfast products, cookies, donuts, crackers and most stick margarines. Avoid foods with partially hydrogenated oils in the ingredient labels. Butter is really something you SHOULD be eating. Do not listen to someone that tells you that butter is bad for you. They do NOT know what they’re talking about.

Omega 6 Fatty Acids

Omega 6 fatty acids are an essential fatty acid that the body needs for normal growth and development. The body needs a healthy balance of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids. Excess consumption of omega-6s (which happens to most Americans each and every day due to their poor diets) can trigger the body to produce pro-inflammatory chemicals. These fatty acids are found in oils such as: corn oil, safflower oil, sunflower oil, grapeseed oil, soy, peanut oil, and vegetable oil; mayonnaise; and many other good tasting, widely used salad dressings.

Refined Carbohydrates

White flour products (breads, rolls, crackers) white rice, white potatoes (instant mashed potatoes, or french fries) and many cereals are refined carbohydrates. According to Scientific American, processed carbohydrates may trump fats as the main driver of escalating rates of obesity and other chronic conditions. These high-glycemic index foods fuel the production of advanced glycation end (AGE) products that stimulate inflammation.

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What Causes Inflammation?

What is inflammation?

Inflammation is the body’s natural response to injury, infection, or a foreign invader that may cause an acute or chronic reaction. The inflammatory response serves several important functions in your body, which are listed below.

  1. The body tries to defend itself against what it perceives as a foreign invader (virus, bacteria, fungi, etc.).
  1. The body attempts to detoxify itself when it has inflammation.
  1. The body wants to facilitate healing if there is any inflammation.

Inflammation is “necessary” for healing, but when it becomes chronic
and gets out of control, problems start. The chronic reaction is usually a low-grade reaction.

You have probably experienced various symptoms related to cuts and bruises, or infectious diseases like the cold or flu. If you have pus running out of an infected cut – – this is a warning sign, as are runny noses, watery eyes, and coughing.

Any disease ending in ‘itis’ refers to an inflammatory condition, such as arthritis, bursitis, neuritis, and bronchitis.

But other diseases can also result from the inflammation process, and any cell, tissue, or organ in the body can be affected by inflammation.

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