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Inflammatory foods: 9 of the worst picks for inflammation

from The Huffington Post

While it doesn't exactly make you feel warm and fuzzy, inflammation is the body's healthy response to injury and infection, a way of defending ourselves by sending immune cells and key nutrients to the areas that need them most. How do those fighter cells get there? Via increased blood flow, which in turn creates the redness, warmth, swelling and pain you likely associate with the word "inflammation." Say you cut your finger, and notice it turns a little red. "That's inflammation," says Dee Sandquist, RD, CDE, an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Spokesperson. "It helps to heal your finger." But a small red cut that heals over time is different from a state of chronic inflammation. more

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