What we choose to put into our body doesn’t just affect how you look on the outside, it also affects the way that you feel and behave.
For many patients who first visit our Atlanta Chiropractic office, the connection between poor nutrition and personal health is not clear.
Many people who suffer from inflammation are unaware of how their personal diet habits influence their pain.
Suffering from internal inflammation is caused by particular substances that exist within your body, which your immune system identifies as potential threats. Inflammation tends to arise after your immune system has attacked such elements, leading to:
If you are continuously consuming particular foods that your body does not agree with, the type of inflammation you suffer from can worsen and eventually lead to some other chronic diseases.
Check out the following types of foods that are known for causing significant inflammation:
Instead of depending on various prescription medications to reduce your inflammation, consider picking up the following foods the next time you visit your local Atlanta grocery store:
Not only can the Chiropractors at AICA Atlanta help your body heal itself by supporting your nervous system’s ability to perform at peak levels, but it can also contribute to reducing inflammation throughout your body. Receiving regular Chiropractic Adjustments can normalize several inflammatory triggers, which results in permanent pain relief.
Our Chiropractors are also experienced at nutritional health, which means that they can offer you specific diet recommendations that complement your Chiropractic examinations.
Substituting some of your unhealthy habits with the types of foods mentioned above can go a long way in supporting your ability to prevent inflammation from developing.
You can learn more about inflammation and other Chiropractic treatment solutions by scheduling a consultation with our Atlanta office. This gives you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have regarding inflammation treatment and the world of Chiropractic.
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