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I just saw this, I thought it was cool



http://nutritiondata.self.com/help/inflammation


Notice what is on each end of the spectrum! (Remember a negative number is bad and a positive number is good)

http://theconsciouslife.com/anti-inf...or-ratings.htm
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Oh good grief! Yogurt? Not fair. That's fat free. I wonder where fully fatted yogurt falls.

Notice the difference between farmed and wild salmon.
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One of the things that used to puzzle me was how some people with raging arthritis problems would live longer than other supposedly healthier people. Somebody pointed out to me that the reason was because arthritis victims usually swallow huge amounts of anti-inflammatories to counteract their disease.

This also protects them against other diseases besides arthritis, such as heart disease, whilst those unsuspecting and apparently 'healthy' people who dont take anti-inflammatories, are having their arteries slowly attacked by 'silent inflammation' which they are completely unaware of.

http://www.vrp.com/inflammation/the-...ation-epidemic
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One of the things that used to puzzle me was how some people with raging arthritis problems would live longer than other supposedly healthier people. Somebody pointed out to me that the reason was because arthritis victims usually swallow huge amounts of anti-inflammatories to counteract their disease.

This also protects them against other diseases besides arthritis, such as heart disease, whilst those unsuspecting and apparently 'healthy' people who dont take anti-inflammatories, are having their arteries slowly attacked by 'silent inflammation' which they are completely unaware of.

http://www.vrp.com/inflammation/the-...ation-epidemic
That's interesting, liverock. My grandmother has Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoporosis and has always been tired and frail even before the RA and Osteo. She's always been into health, she's where I got my interest in health from and was always ahead of others in promoting healthy supplements, lifestyle, etc. She's taken a number of natural supplements including anti-inflammatories. She's 88 and I didn't know what her life span would be considering her health problems.
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