Reduce Chronic Inflammation for a Healthier Mind
I was interviewed by Beauty and Well-Being (BWB) about the connection between chronic inflammation and mental health.
Here are some snippets:
‘Depression is directly linked to Chronic Inflammation. Blood tests of people with mental health issues often show high inflammation markers.
Reducing chronic inflammation for anyone suffering from depression would require a change in their overall lifestyle.
These changes range from the food they eat, the way they move their bodies, their sleep patterns, and the way they think.’
Gut health is important to reduce inflammation and neuroinflammation. Recipes like Spinach & Tomato Paleo Muffins, Slow Cooker Chicken Soup & Vietnamese Chopped Salad all encourage a good gut diversity. An anti-inflammatory breakfast, lunch, and dinner with afternoon treats like cake (!) will help you.
Click here to read the article.
You may also be interested in reading Depression Diet & Lifestyle Intervention, How Do You Live With IBS & Anxiety?, Do You Often Feel Like Crying?, Feeling Depressed, Not Jolly? & How Can You Achieve Optimal Wellness?
There is in-depth Depression advice in the Personalized Advice section, which goes deep into what can lift your depression on top of this gut-mind-health lifestyle. So many members have put their depression and anxiety into remission.
Contact the team with any questions, or reach out to our nutritionists in our forum.
I wish you great health.