Inflammation is the body’s natural response to injury and infection. It signals the immune system to repair and heal damaged tissue, as well as defending itself against bacteria and viruses.
Without it, wounds wouldn’t heal and infections could become deadly.
When inflammation continues for too long or if the inflammatory response occurs where it is not needed, it can become problematic. Published scientific studies show chronic or “low grade inflammation is strongly associated with food intolerance”
How Will I know If I Suffer With Chronic or Low Grade Inflammation?
You may not as you cannot feel it!
Some people may feel unwell with inflammatory conditions such asthma, arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), cystitis, bronchitis, dermatitis, psoriasis and use over the counter or prescribed medication. But while the external damage may be treated by steroids with certain conditions, what damage is continuing internally?
Unfortunately for others, inflammation can linger for years without us realising it, silently damaging organs and body tissues. When sufficient damage has been done, this is when chronic diseases can emerge.