Course Description: Reversing Chronic Inflammation
Most of us associate inflammation with injury or surgery: it's a temporary reaction that helps us heal and then clears up. But the U.S. has an epidemic of another type of inflammation - internal, invisible, and systemic. It can be painless and hard to detect, or it may be the root of chronic pain. Long-term inflammation tears down our health and eventually causes irreversible damage to the joints, bowels, heart, blood vessels, and brain. Inflammatory foods, poor digestion, and chronic stress all contribute to this type of inflammation. Learn the causes, effects and remedies of chronic inflammation and how anti-inflammatory eating can dramatically improve health in a short period of time.
Tuesday, August 16, 2022, CHLAB 301 (seats remaining)