Easing Inflammation One Bite at a Time

What you eat makes a difference for joint health.

Inflammation is a key characteristic of many types of arthritis. Not only is inflammation associated with joint damage, but also cardiovascular disease, including heart attacks and strokes. Over the years, numerous studies have looked at dietary modification as a way to reduce inflammation due to the role adipose tissue, or fat cells, may play in many metabolic conditions including regulation of inflammatory responses.
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