The foods we choose to eat can help tame (or flame) inflammation. “Foods labeled as ‘anti-inflammatory’ typically have natural chemical compounds that help the body avoid or fight inflammation,” says Priya Reddy, MD, a rheumatologist with Southwest Florida Rheumatology in Tampa Bay and board member of the Association of Women in Rheumatology.  While some inflammation is good (it’s part of the body’s natural immune response), chronic inflammation can contribute to or worsen many chronic health issues (such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and arthritis), Dr. Reddy says. Research suggests that incorporating certain foods in your diet is one of many interventions that can help reduce overall inflammation, which may help, Read more

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