Dr. Devin talks about the foods that cause inflammation. Inflammation causes pain in the short term and autoimmune disease in the long term. If you are in pain – stop eating these foods now. Welcome to Dr. Devin’s Wellness Wednesday Workshop where my goal is to help you maintain or improve your active lifestyle. We will answer these questions today:
- What is the difference between acute and chronic inflammation?
- Are there any diseases associated with long-term chronic inflammation?
- C2 controls what?
- What foods cause inflammation?
(Answers below the video 😉)
- Acute – your body’s process of fighting against things that harm it, such as infections, injuries, and toxins, in an attempt to heal itself. When something damages your cells, your body releases chemicals that trigger a response from your immune system.
- Chronic – acute inflammation that doesn’t stop
- Some Causes
- untreated causes of acute inflammation, such as an infection or injury
- an autoimmune disorder, which involves your immune system mistakenly attacking healthy tissue
- long-term exposure to irritants, such as industrial chemicals or polluted air
- Some Causes
- Yes – cancer, heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, type 2 diabetes, obesity, asthma, neurodegenerative diseases (such as Alzheimer’s disease)
- Eyes, optic nerves, auditory nerves, sinuses, mastoid bones, tongue, forehead
- Foods that cause inflammation (pain & illness)
- Sugar, vegetable oils, fried foods, refined flour, dairy, artificial sweeteners
- artificial additives, saturated fats, conventional grain fed meats, processed meats
- gluten from store bought bread, a second round of alcohol, trans fats, fast food, and GMO’s