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Why You Should Care About Chronic Inflammation

Sep 09,2019

Researchers have carefully studied some of the most common diseases to affect Western populations in search of their root causes. While many advances have been made, much is still unknown. However, they agree on a common factor in virtually all of them: inflammation.

Inflammation is a well-known symptom of infectious diseases, but more recently, chronic inflammation has been linked to numerous conditions, including major degenerative diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and even Alzheimer’s.

To better understand why inflammation is so important, it’s crucial to distinguish between acute and chronic inflammation.

Acute inflammation is a normal and essential process that allows the body to attack hostile invaders such as bacteria, fungi and other foreign substances anywhere in the body. Acute inflammation often comes on rapidly and subsides once the body has neutralized the threat and healed.

Unlike acute inflammation, which is short-lived, chronic inflammation can linger, lasting months or even years after the initial threat. Chronic inflammation typically starts as an acute inflammatory response; however, when your body’s healing powers go into overdrive, chronic inflammation can result. Alternatively, low levels of inflammation may be present even without the presence of an injury or illness. In this case, the immune system launches an attack on healthy cells and tissues.

What You Can Do to Curb Chronic Inflammation

Occasional inflammation is normal – and necessary! However, making smarter lifestyle choices can reduce your risk of creating an environment where chronic inflammation can thrive and lead to illness.

Many factors have been shown to play a role in chronic inflammation. These include obesity, chronic stress, smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, and a sedentary lifestyle.

New Clinical Study Validates Nopalea’s Health Claims

Nopalea is a breakthrough dietary supplement that promotes wellness by supporting the normal and essential anti-inflammatory function performed by the immune system. It can also help reduce inflammation and improve joint mobility and flexibility.

In an independent randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study, Nopalea was shown to improve mobility, flexibility, and range of motion in the neck, back, and joints. Also, results showed that Nopalea lowered elevated levels of C-reactive protein, an inflammatory marker.

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  2. Jensen, G. Evaluation of Activity Levels, Inflammatory Markers, and Overall Wellness. 2019.

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