How You Can Naturally Reduce Inflammation

How You Can Naturally Reduce Inflammation

Written by: Kat Gal

Are you experiencing pain, fatigue or disease in your body? Chances are your body is dealing with some form of inflammation that’s manifesting itself in the form of pain, fatigue or illness.

But you don’t have to become a slave of your pain. Using these 5 powerful tips you can say goodbye to inflammation for good.

5 Powerful Tips To Say Goodbye To Inflammation

#1. Omega-3 Fatty Acids

One of the best ways ways to reduce the inflammatory response in your body and reduce chronic inflammation is through omega 3 fatty acids. You can take it in the form of fish oil or vegan algae oil supplements. Flax, chia and hemp seeds are also filled with omega 3 fatty acids your body needs.

#2. Probiotics

Your immune system plays a huge role in reducing and preventing inflammation. About 70% of your immune system cells are in your gut. If your gut is filled with bad bugs, guess what, your body is prone to inflammation and disease. Daily probiotics are absolutely essential in reducing and eliminating inflammation.

Try our Biotic Balance Probiotics made with 50 billion CFUs of various powerful good bacteria chains. Also eat plenty of fermented foods, like sauerkraut, kimchi and kefir.

#3. Eat An Alkaline Whole Foods Diet

Disease and inflammation can’t exist in an acidic environment. Avoid processed foods, artificial ingredients, processed sugar and animal products as much as possible. Eat a mostly plant-based diet filled with plenty of greens, vegetables, fruits, pseudo grains, beans, legumes, nuts and seeds.

#4. Use Anti-inflammatory Spices

Ginger, turmeric and cinnamon are only 3 of the most powerful anti-inflammatory spices out there. Turmeric is possibly the king of it all. It is an ancient super spice that is anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, antifungal and antiviral. You can use it in your cooking and smoothies and take it as a supplement. Just 4 Organifi Daily Turmeric supplements a day can massively transform your life.

#5. Reduce Stress

Stress is a major contributing factor to inflammation. Even if you eat a perfect diet, stress can cause pain and disease. Try relaxation exercises. Meditate daily. Take walks in nature. Exercise. Journal. Connect with friends. Get enough sleep. Say your daily affirmations. Use tapping to let go of negative thoughts. Hug trees. Smile more.

How do you reduce inflammation in your daily life? Share your tips in the comments below, we would love to hear from you.

Get 10 strains of powerful probiotics all at once with Biotic Balance Probiotics. These high-quality probiotics help to balance your gut, fight fatigue and improve your immune system. With just one capsule a day, you can improve your health and vitality. Biotic Balance contains 50 billion colony forming units to keep your gut flourishing with the “good” bacteria and support a healthy body from within.

 

About The Author

Kat Gal is the Creator of Raw Transformation with Kat
She is a multi-passionate writer, world traveler, nomad, runner, and cat-person. She is a lifelong learner who lives outside of her comfort zones stretching her boundaries and discovering beauty around the world. She is a Certified Holistic Health and Life Coach who encourages others to embrace their unique authentic selves, follow their heart and find their own version of freedom in life.



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