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Supplements to Help with Inflammation

Filed Under: General Wellness & Wellbeing,Supplements at 4:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak
InflammationPain and swelling are often the result of a very common health problem: inflammation.

This serious issue can target a particular area such as joints, skin, sinuses, prostate, bladder or gums. In some cases, inflammation can become a body-wide condition and may last for years, leading to wide range of health problems including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis as well as neurological degeneration, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.

If you are dealing with inflammation, natural alternatives may help your body fight infection, promoting quick and effective relief with virtually no side effects. Fish oil and turmeric supplements are two very popular choices but you do have a few other natural options.

First, bromelain supplements have been used to efficiently treat inflammation for many years. Obtained from the stem and fruit of the pineapple, this protein-dissolving enzyme contain anti-inflammatory properties that help fight infection. Bromelain is good for an acute injury or inflammation caused by ongoing injury, such as osteoarthritis, with its ongoing damage to joint cartilage.

Quercetin is another great option as this anti-inflammatory product can reduce the production and activity of pro-inflammatory biochemicals and block the release of histamine, the biochemical that causes allergic symptoms like runny nose and itchy eyes.

Rounding up the field, curcumin supplements. This yellow turmeric spice found in curry contains anti-inflammatory properties which can prevent and support a variety of health problems including eye issues caused by inflammation such as chronic anterior uveitis and macular degeneration.

More Related Products

Carlson Labs – Inflammation Balance With Norwegian Fish Oil – 180 Softgels
MegaFood – Turmeric Strength for Whole Body – 120 Tablets
Futurebiotics – Inflammotion Joint Inflammation Complex – 60 Capsules

One Response to “Supplements to Help with Inflammation”

  1. Marla says:

    My husband takes Verapil & Lisinipril for high blood pressure. He has been advised not to take aspirin as he has had several nose bleeds in the past.
    He suffers from joint pain constantly and has allergy issues (does not need shots) that make him miserable during hay cutting and lawn mowing season.
    I read that turmeric/curcumin may not be a good choice for him. We have tried other products with some limited success. Would Quercetin be a good choice? Is that compounded with other ingredients?
    Thank you for your time.

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