Nutritionist Elizabeth Yarnell discusses chronic inflammation and its role in a variety of conditions including diabetes, stroke, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, cancer and other chronic and auto-immune disorders. If inflammation is the culprit, how can it be reduced? Medications including steroids and NSAIDs are effective, but have side effects and risks especially when used long-term. Yarnell suggests that customized anti-inflammatory dietary therapies are more effective and can be used with medications. She believes dietary strategies empower people and says, “Choosing what you put in your mouth is one thing you can do to control the disease that is controlling your life.”


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