Reducing Chronic Inflammation

reducing chronic inflammation

Reducing chronic inflammation.


Chronic inflammation can occur in response to injury, illness or infection.

Such inflammation can last for months or sometimes even years.

Symptoms can include muscle and joint pain, fatigue, nerve damage, muscular weakness and arthritic pain.


One of the best ways of reducing chronic inflammation is to clean up your diet.

This means reducing your intake of red meat, fried foods, trans fats and processed sugars.

Try adding anti inflammatory foods such as leafy green vegetables, fatty fish, berries and nuts instead.


There are also supplements which can help reduce chronic inflammation.

One of the best known is curcumin, which is the main active ingredient in the spice turmeric.

Curcumin is proven to reduce inflammation and arthritic pain.

Make sure you choose a curcumin supplement containing piperine (black pepper) as this helps aid absorption.


Omega 3 fatty acids are another good supplement for reducing inflammation.

These acids help reduce the production of some of the substances released during the body’s inflammation response.

You may also wish to consider vitamin D3 and vitamin K3.

Vitamin D3 reduces inflammation and also strengthens muscles and bones.

Vitamin K3 reduces inflammation and arthritic pain, aids bone metabolism and helps prevent calcium build up in the blood.


CBD balms and oils are also proven to reduce arthritic pain, muscular pain and also also pain from nerve damage.

CBD is an active ingredient in the cannabis and hemp plants.

These days a lot of athletes use CBD to aid with pain relief, reduce inflammation and help recovery after training.


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Sam is a Premier Diploma qualified personal trainer in SW London and is the founder of

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