Think low grade inflammation is a minor issue? Think again. There are long term health risks if you're not careful.

When you hear the word ‘inflammation’ you’ll probably think of an area that has been swollen through some type of trauma.

Your body responds to an injury by sending immune cells, hormones, and proteins to the area, which encourages the area to heal and prevents bacteria from infecting it.

But, there is also a long term health risk linked with low grade inflammation.

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Inflammation is a sign that your body is working properly.

It will usually happen quickly after trauma and subside again in a few days.

But low grade inflammation, which is often referred to as chronic inflammation, is different.

In fact, you could view low grade inflammation as more of a response to wear and tear instead of trauma.

Your body responds to any threat or perceived threat by sending an inflammatory response.

When the threat is not actually real the white blood cells have nothing to do.

In some cases, they can actually attack your own organs and healthy tissues.

In other instances the threat is real but you’re not aware of it.

The inflammation can be persistent, but it is a sign that there is something wrong, and you should get it checked out.

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Primary Causes of Low Grade Inflammation

When your body sends white blood cells and other compounds to a specific site it is responding correctly; either you have a trauma or you have an issue that you need to know about.

Of course, a doctor will help to diagnose your issue but knowing the most common causes of low grade inflammation and how to deal with them will help you to relieve the issue without the need for prescription medicines.

Diet-Induced Low Grade Inflammation

You may be surprised to learn that your diet can play a huge part in your risk of low grade inflammation.

A poor diet is likely to give you an unhealthy gut, which can lead to depression, chronic pain, and autoimmune disorders.

Your gut is effectively a barrier between the external and your internal body; failing to look after it by adopting an unhealthy diet will damage the intestinal lining and cause inflammation of your gut.

Research suggests that low grade inflammation and gut health are linked.

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Other Causes of Low Grade Inflammation

Some of the more common sources of low grade inflammation and poor gut health are:

  • Processed meats
  • Sugary food and drink
  • White bread
  • White pasta
  • Trans fats – generally found in fried food
  • Gluten
  • Processed snack food
  • Artificial Sweeteners

It may seem like ALL carbs are bad. They're not, but definitely watch out for these 4!

Top Tips to Treat Inflammation

It is important to note that low grade inflammation has now been linked with a number of age-related conditions.

To maintain your health as you age it is vital that you take steps to deal with low grade inflammation today.

Change Your Diet

One of the most important things you can do is to change your diet.

This is not as difficult as it may seem!

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But simply changing your grocery list can make a big difference!

Coconut oil, olives, and avocado are full of healthy fats.

These support the natural processes in your body and help to get rid of inflammation; you can start eating more of these today.

The perfect plate method is a great way to eat more healthily without needing to count every calorie you eat.

But, as always; the best way to a healthier lifestyle is to adopt an approach of moderation.

Learn more about the perfect plate method in this video.

A Healthier You

The key to successfully getting rid of low grade inflammation is adopting a healthy lifestyle.

That’s what The Fit Mother Project is here for.

Join FF30X today and connect with others who are looking to get the same result as you.

There’s plenty of advice and support from those on the same journey as you.

It’s always much easier to achieve a goal if you have the support of those closest to you!

Stuart Carter, Dip. PT, Precision Nutrition 1

Stuart gained his Diploma in Personal Training & Sports Medicine through Premier Global, back in 2001. In 2018, he completed his Level 1 Precision Nutrition qualification.

Throughout his career in Fitness, Stuart has trained hundreds of clients, worked in almost every position in the industry, and ran his own successful training studio.

After a hiatus away from the Fitness industry, working in Corporate Management and Finance, Stuart returned to what he loves… Fitness! This return led to a chance meeting with Dr. Balduzzi, and a place in the Fit Father Project team.

Brotherhood Nickname: The Fit Brit
Bragging Rights: 18 Years in the fitness industry, Author of ‘The Easy Fitness Guide', Father of 4 boys and Husband to a Venezuelan beauty.

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*Please know that weight loss results & health changes/improvements vary from individual to individual; you may not achieve similar results. Always consult with your doctor before making health decisions. This is not medical advice – simply very well-researched info on low grade inflammation.

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