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PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF BAD INFLAMMATION
• Diet should emphasize wholeness and essential fats with avoidance of trans-fattty acids (or hydrogenated oils).
• Diet should also contain foods with anti-oxidant content and none of the highly processed carbohydrates or sweets.
FlamaGan is a natural herbal supplement formulated with Ganoderma lucidum, turmeric rhizome, centella leaves
Take 1-3 capsules 2-3 times a day before meals.
Available in bottles of 120, 60 and 30 capsules in all leading drugstores nationwide.
Are you in pain? Do you wake up stiff and tired each morning? Are you concerned with a steadily increasing blood sugar and blood pressure? You might wake up suffering from a “bad” form of inflammation. Ordinarily, inflammation is just visible evidence that the body’s healing system is at work. It marks the arrival of nourishment and immune activity in an area that needs them.
We should, however, distinguish between normal and abnormal inflammation. The normal process is a central aspect of healing, absolutely necessary and desirable in the defense, maintenance, and repair of the body. Normal inflammation is the healing system’s response to localized injury and attack. It is confined to that location, serves its purpose, and ends when the problem resolves. But abnormal or “bad” inflammation extends beyond its appointed limits in space and time. It spreads to areas of the body that have not experienced injury or attack, it does not end when the problem that elicited it resolves. The inflammatory process unleashes some of the immune system’s most sophisticated weaponry to rupture cells and digest normal tissues.
When the destructive potential of abnormal inflammation escapes control, it becomes the common root cause of many chronic (meaning “long-lasting”), degenerative (meaning “accelerating the aging process”) and autoimmune (meaning “immune cells attacking self”) diseases. To name a few examples of this form of diseases are: Rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes type 1, asthma, Alzheimer’s disease, and inflammatory bowel disease.