SIGNS OF AN INFLAMED BODY
"Our best tool to reverse inflammation isn’t a drug, but our diets." Dr. Barry Sears, biochemist, Low Carb advocate, creator of The Zone, former research instructor at Boston University's School of Medicine, and former staff scientist at MIT.
If you are one of the 99.9% of the population who thinks they know what INFLAMMATION is, but probably don't; take a moment to click the link and at least begin to look at some of the titles of the posts listed. Although the cardinal signs of Acute Inflammation are Rubor, Dolar, Calor, Tumor, and Functio Leasa (Redness, Pain, Heat, Swelling, and Loss of Function), this is not what we are talking about today. Acute (local) Inflammation is what happens when you bang your finger with a hammer, or sprain your ankle. Today we instead want to deal with Chronic Inflammation. Because almost every health problem imaginable is tied to Chronic Inflammation, wouldn't it be helpful for you to be able to determine whether or not Inflammation is a problem for you? Here are some of the signs of Chronic Inflammation in no particular order. The more of them you have, the worse your levels of Chronic (systemic) Inflammation.
If you have the signs of Inflammation, it's time to figure out what could be driving it. Because without sleuthing this out, it will be tough to figure out how to solve it. Some of the best solutions I've found are HERE. Sure, you might end up having to do some specialized testing or treatment. But if you are looking for a foundational starting point to change your life, click the link. Oh, and if you are one of those people who has not LIKED US on Facebook, why not stop by and give us some love. It takes all of two seconds and helps important messages like this one reach more people.
Dr. Schierling completed four years of Kansas State University's five-year Nutrition / Exercise Physiology Program before deciding on a career in Chiropractic. He graduated from Logan Chiropractic College in 1991, and has run a busy clinic in Mountain View, Missouri ever since. He and his wife Amy have four children (three daughters and a son).