A number of foods have been found to benefit the immune system. One category of foods those that may reduce inflammation in the body, which helps to improve the health of the immune system. Anti-inflammatory foods may help to to prevent disease and/or reduce symptoms in those who are suffering from certain health issues, such
While people who have celiac disease and gluten allergies most often eliminate gluten from their diet, there are other health conditions that can benefit from a gluten-free diet. In fact, you may find that eating gluten-free is the answer for what’s ailing you. One of the greatest benefits of eating a gluten-free diet can be
One of the toughest parts about eating healthy is avoiding restaurants that serve unhealthy food. If you travel a lot or have an active social life, it may be very difficult to avoid eating out. And while eating at a restaurant can sometimes require careful planning, there are ways to do it without falling prey
When you have gluten intolerance, it helps to have a gluten free grocery list as a reference. The good news is that many foods are naturally gluten free and you probably already eat many of them. Grains – You’ll want to avoid wheat, barley, and rye. But that leaves many grains that are good including
The word inflammation comes from the Latin word inflammare, to set on fire. In the context of our immune system, heat, redness, pain and swelling form as a reaction to either injury, or a perceived threat in the body. If you’ve ever hit your thumb with a hammer, you can see how inflammation normally occurs.
If you are overweight or obese, you are not alone. But what you might not know is just how bad being overweight is for the immune system. The first reason is that the fat we hate on our belly, butt, and thighs is not just ugly flab. Scientists believe that excess fat in the body