Best Anti-Inflamatory Foods and Supplements

October 16, 2018

DeepMarine Collagen Anti-inflammatory foods for brain, heart and joint health

Inflammation is a hot topic these days and it’s considered as the underlying common denominator for a huge number of chronic diseases.   It’s important to understand inflammation; both the beneficial role it plays and the ways in which chronic inflammation harms us.  Even more important is to know which are the best anti-inflammatory foods and supplements to incorporate into our diets to mitigate the effects of chronic inflammation.

Inflammation has a very specific role in the body; it’s our natural defence mechanism against viruses, bacteria and an essential part of the healing process when tissues are damaged.  Inflammation that addresses a sudden or occasional problem is called acute inflammation and it helps us to manage these irritants and heal. 

Chronic inflammation is due either to prolonged exposure to an irritant, an autoimmune disorder which attacks otherwise healthy tissues, or a prolonged overactive immune response.  Chronic inflammation can last for months or years and can cause extensive damage in the body.  Many of our most common aliments are inflammation related diseases - allergies, asthma, autoimmune diseases, inflammatory bowel disease, osteoarthritis arthritis (OA), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), cancer, heart disease and even Alzheimer's disease.

Incorporating a hearty supply of anti-inflammatory foods and supplements into our diet arms our bodies against the damaging effects of chronic inflammation. The good news is there is a long list of delicious foods, spices and natural supplements that have potent anti-inflammatory properties.  When planning meals work to include critical foods into the things you regularly eat so as to create a sustainable dietary regime.  The foods shown in bold below have tremendously important anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties while also bringing beneficial A, C, and K Vitamins and key minerals.   

  • Serve leafy greens, celery and beets in salads
  • use olive oil based dressings with ginger and turmeric for flavor
  • top salads and foods with walnuts and almonds.
  • serve fatty fish such as salmonwith a sauce made from garlic, onions, basil, chives and hot peppers.
  • Make morning fruit smoothies with blueberry and acai fruit, blackberries and pomegranatesand throw in a few tablespoons of flax seeds.
  • Ensure that broccoli and bok choy become favorite side dishes and drizzle some olive oil infused with chive or chilli peppers over top.

DeepMarine Collagen is an ultra-pure, clean, hydrolyzed fish collagen peptide that has potent anti-inflammatory properties. High quality, small-molecule marine collagen is well studied for both its effectiveness and high level of safety with long term use.  DM works to calm the body’s inflammatory process at the molecular level.

When a molecule called an inflammatory cytonkine is generated by immune cells the result is an increase in tissue inflammation.  Chronic stimulation and release of these inflammatory cytokines results in chronic inflammation. 

DeepMarine is rich in glycine which works to dramatically reduce the expression of inflammatory cytokines.   This results in a reduction in pain and an increase in mobility for people who suffer from Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis, healing of skin afflicted by eczema and other inflammatory skin diseases, and a reduction of symptoms for people battling inflammatory gut problems and other autoimmune related diseases.

DeepMarine Collagen is a pure, 100% natural, small-molecule collagen, made from the skin and scales of wild-caught fish.  DeepMarine Collagen provides noticeable relief from symptoms associated with inflammatory conditions, without the harsh side effects of commonly prescribed medications.

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