Preventing chronic inflammation is key to losing weight and lowering your risk of diabetes and heart disease.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 24, 2014
Chronic inflammation increases the risk of obesity, heart disease, type-2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Fortunately, chronic inflammation is preventable; understanding the direct causes is the first step in preventing inflammation in the body.
The new report and video from BetterDigestion.org titled, Top 5 Causes of Chronic Inflammation details how specific foods and lifestyle choices contribute to chronic inflammation; the report also shares techniques to prevent chronic inflammation.
Processed foods, sugar and foods high in saturated fat all contribute to inflammation. Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids and probiotics calm the digestive system and reduce inflammation; alkaline foods, like organic greens and vegetables also cool inflammation in the body.
High levels of blood glucose, or blood sugar, trigger a release of insulin; this increases the risk of diabetes and results in weight gain, slowed metabolism, increased blood pressure, and contributes to chronic inflammation in the body.
In addition to digestive health issues and blood sugar levels, the article and video from Better Digestion shares the other major contributors to chronic inflammation, and details ways to decrease the risk of inflammation in the body.
According to Michael Healey of BetterDigestion.org, “Preventing chronic inflammation is key to losing weight and lowering your risk of diabetes and heart disease.”
The complete Top 5 Causes of Chronic Inflammation article and video are available at http://betterdigestion.org/top-5-causes-chronic-inflammation/.
An additional free 31-page report providing information about how to lowering blood sugar and burn body fat, titled 4 Tricks to Lower Your Blood Sugar can be found at http://betterdigestion.org/lower-your-blood-sugar/.
About: BetterDigestion.org is a new website that was launched in March of 2013 in order to provide premier content for healthy digestion and overall health, specifically by controlling hormones and bacteria found naturally in the body. Recent topics have included Healthy Digestion for Women, Cheat Foods for Fat Loss, Good Bacteria for Food, Hormones for Weight Control, Fat Blasting Foods, Digestive Disorders: Probiotics for Gut Health, as well as several other highly informative articles to help people understand the connection between digestion and overall health. Most recently they released a video titled, “Leading Causes of Inflammation and Digestive Health Issues”.