Did you know that “itis” is a suffix, that means inflammation? An example of this is the word “dermatitis,” which actually means inflammation of the skin!
When inflammation in our body is short-term, it can be healthy and necessary, and often indicates healing regarding infections, injuries, or toxins.
However, when inflammation becomes chronic, some major issues can occur.
The good news? There are a lot of things you can do to avoid or reduce inflammation so that your body can thrive!
Here are some inflammation-tamers to incorporate into your lifestyle:
Inflammation is a BIG component that we address in our health programs at Custom Health Centers, and it can hold you and your body back from a lot (including weight loss!).
So if you’d like to learn more about inflammation, weight loss, health, and how we can help, then click here to schedule a free virtual consultation with one of my health coaches.
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