Every time we open the fridge or scan a menu, we have a choice — to either select foods that help our bodies fight inflammation or pick ones that trigger an inflammatory response. In other words, foods that improve or hurt our overall wellness.

In order to reduce harmful levels of inflammation, we need to aim for a well-rounded healthy diet and prioritize self-care to keep our bodies strong and functioning correctly. One eating plan that closely follows the tenets of anti-inflammatory eating is the Mediterranean Diet, an eating regimen high in fruits, vegetables, nuts, whole grains, fish and healthy…

Jessica Rohr

Currently a writer for the Everviolet Journal covering topics on breast cancer, women’s health and the mind-body-spirit connection.

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