Pain & Inflammation

Most people think of inflammation as pain, swelling, redness and heat. What most people may not know is that inflammation is the underlying cause of major chronic illnesses like heart disease, cancer, diabetes, dementia, hypertension, and more. It is a major contributor to obesity. Inflammation can be a SILENT and UNSEEN irritant and killer. It is caused by stress, poor diet and environmental irritants like chemicals. We can reduce inflammation through targeted lifestyle interventions, nutritional strategies and detoxification practices.

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How To Address Inflammation:

The elimination or low allergy diet is a must try.

Functional medicine tests recommended include food sensitivities and allergies, celiac and gluten intolerance, the comprehensive digestive stool analysis. This latter test looks at markers of inflammation, digestion and absorption. It also looks at levels of good bacteria, bad bacteria, yeast and parasites. Testing for nutritional deficiencies is recommended so that an individualized and targeted supplemental regimen can be prescribed.

Diet and lifestyle recommendations are always part of the prescription to lower inflammation in any patient. This is the Mediterranean diet and a program for exercise, stress reduction and a plan to avoid excess alcohol, caffeine, and finally stop any other substance abuse.

Addressing toxicity is also part of the approach to treating inflammation. So it is important to rule out the presence of heavy metal burden in your body. Prescribing a detoxification program utilizing the Nurse Georgie Health is also sometimes necessary for some patients.

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How To Address Inflammation:

The elimination or low allergy diet is a must try.

Functional medicine tests recommended include food sensitivities and allergies, celiac and gluten intolerance, the comprehensive digestive stool analysis. This latter test looks at markers of inflammation, digestion and absorption. It also looks at levels of good bacteria, bad bacteria, yeast and parasites. Testing for nutritional deficiencies is recommended so that an individualized and targeted supplemental regimen can be prescribed.

Diet and lifestyle recommendations are always part of the prescription to lower inflammation in any patient. This is the Mediterranean diet and a program for exercise, stress reduction and a plan to avoid excess alcohol, caffeine, and finally stop any other substance abuse.

Addressing toxicity is also part of the approach to treating inflammation. So it is important to rule out the presence of heavy metal burden in your body. Prescribing a detoxification program utilizing the  Nurse Georgie Health is also sometimes necessary for some patients.

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