Inflammation & The Brain: A New Approach To The Cause And Treatment Of Depression
Studies exploring the correlation between inflammation and depression are shedding light on how targeting and treating inflammation can potentially unlock a more precise approach to depression care, offering renewed hope for individuals whose depression is resistant to anti-depressants.
Inflammation & Body Weight: The Hidden Link
Sometimes our efforts at the gym don't pay off as we thought they would. Managing your diet and exercise schedule may not be enough, as inflammation may be continuously hindering your weight loss efforts.
Is Inflammation Preventing You From Losing Weight?
Weight Loss, as many other initiatives we may take to improve our health, tend to be more efficient if taken holistically. Looking at your diet and and exercise may seem the most intuitive approach, however, many studies indicate you should also manage inflammation to ensure your weight loss efforts brings the results you wish for. Recent studies have shown that although exercise and diet management are efficient weight loss tools, it will not be effective if your body is fighting inflammation. Inflammation knocks the body out of balance. A healthy lifestyle is key to returning back to equilibrium.
Inflammation Is The Body’s Early Warning System
Our bodies are built to protect our wellbeing. In particular, chemicals in our white blood cells are important in activating inflammation as part of the body’s perennial objective of homeostasis, or in other words, physiological equilibrium. This is why inflammation biomarkers help us better understand how our bodies are responding to infection, injury, stresses, and to any lifestyle changes.
Understanding Inflammation: Causes, Treatments… and Goldilocks.
Understanding inflammation is key to staying healthy. So rather than seeing inflammation as something to stop or beat, it should be considered as something you monitor, so that you can get appropriate treatment at the right time.
Managing Inflammation With Diet: Questions Answered
When we talk about inflammation being a precursor to chronic disease, we’re talking about chronic inflammation. Clinical nutritionist, Cailie Ford answers your questions about inflammation, chronic conditions and how to support your health with nutrition.