Benefits of an Anti-inflammatory Diet

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The high fiber content and reduced white blood cell activity connected to anti-inflammation diets have been linked to reduced risk of some kinds of cancer, including colon, stomach, esophagus, liver, breast and prostate cancers.

The Omega-3 content and the increased intake of easily absorbed vitamins, minerals and enzymes of an anti-inflammation diet has been linked to successful management of depression and autoimmune disorders. There is even evidence that anti-inflammatory diets can reduce the symptoms of COPD. The inclusion of treats like red wine and chocolate, both of which have high antioxidant levels and an anti-aging substance called resveratrol, makes an anti-inflammation diet that much more appealing.

The anti-aging benefits that come from an anti-inflammation diet are attributed to its high antioxidant content. Antioxidants such as vitamins A, C, E and the aforementioned resveratrol are linked to the reversal or deterrence of cell damage.

This not only assists us in looking younger, but because our bodies are working properly, we also may feel younger. And with a reduced risk of the various diseases that are the result of poor diet and inflammation, we may live longer and more vibrantly.