Course Detail: Ending Chronic Inflammation
Inflammation is most commonly associated with injury or surgery as the body's temporary reaction to help it heal. However, the U.S. has an epidemic of another type of inflammation that is internal, invisible, systemic and chronic. It's often painless and can be difficult to detect. Chronic inflammation can cause irreversible damage to joints, bowels, heart and blood vessels, and the brain. Inflammatory foods, poor digestion, and chronic stress all contribute to this type of inflammation. Learn about the causes, effects and remedies including the anti-inflammatory diets now being used by millions to significantly improve their health.
Tuesday, May 21, 2019, CHLAB 301 (seats remaining)