Symptoms, conditions and causes

What are the root causes of inflammation?

Common Causes of Inflammation:

1. Gluten and Food Allergies: Contribute to gut inflammation and leaky gut syndrome

2. Ultra-processed Foods: Contain synthetic sugars and seed oils, promoting free-radical damage.

3. Viruses: Trigger inflammatory conditions, worsened by stress and immune suppression.

4. Insulin Resistance: Resulting from frequent carb consumption, affecting many

5. Cortisol Deficiency: Chronic stress and medications like Prednisone lead to resistance.

6. Old Injuries: Sedentary lifestyle and lack of movement contribute to chronic inflammation.

7. Bile Duct Issues: Bile sludge buildup causes liver and shoulder pain.

8. Excess Iron: Genetic issue more common in men.

9. Hypoxia: Conditions like COPD and sleep apnea lead to oxygen deficiency

10. Uric Acid: Linked to high fructose intake and hypertension.

Remedies for Inflammation:

- Probiotics: Kefir, sauerkraut, kimchi.

- Vitamin D3: Supports immune function and reduces inflammation.

- Intermittent Fasting: Promotes cellular repair and reduces inflammation markers.

- Vegetables and Salads: Cruciferous vegetables for anti-inflammatory benefits.

- Keto and Carnivore Diets: Reduce carb-induced inflammation.

- TUDCA: Supports liver function and bile flow.

- Tocotrienols: Anti-inflammatory properties, support cardiovascular health.

- Cold Therapy: Reduces inflammation and promotes recovery.

- Exercise: Improves circulation and reduces chronic inflammation.

- Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Found in cod liver oil, sardines, and salmon, known for anti-inflammatory effects.

These strategies help manage inflammation effectively through dietary changes, lifestyle adjustments, and targeted supplements.

Last updated: Jul 01, 2024 16:58 PM