Inflammation is a condition in the body that is scientifically proven to be one of the root cause of many chronic diseases, this is because inflammation will cause the body to attack itself and kill its own cells that are important and good for health.
In terms of diet, there are three steps you can do
Do not overconsume your calories in long term
While it is necessary and fine that you can consume a slight caloric surplus to gain weight if you’re underweight or have the need to catch your weight up for appropriate reasons, most of us who don’t have the needs are best advised to stay within a maintenance calories range.
Excessive calories over in the long term can create oxidative stress and unnecessary burden to our body because it needs to digest and process these extra calories.
Reduce intake of pro-inflammatory foods
Pro-inflammatory foods include sugar, processed foods, omega-6 fats that come mainly from vegetable oil, and so on. These foods may favor a pro-inflammatory condition in your body by causing the body to overreact.
Increase more intake of anti-inflammatory foods
Anti-inflammatory food is more than just omega-3 fats. Other than omega-3 fats found in fish oil and vegetables, foods like fruits, vegetables, spices, herbs, coffee, tea, nuts, seeds are very important in its anti-inflammatory actions so be sure to include them in your daily diet.