While it is true that the human body can’t live without inflammation, it can’t also be denied that too much of it can be hazardous to health. Mansour Mohamadzadeh, Ph.D., director of the Center for Inflammation and Mucosal Immunology at the University of Florida, says that in a healthy situation, inflammation serves as a good friend to our body. “But if immune cells start to overreact, that inflammation can be totally directed against us,” he adds.
Health authorities have long been warning against chronic inflammation, which can be caused by various triggering factors. This particularly includes an autoimmune disorder, virus, bacterial, sugary and fatty foods, and even stress.
As the side effects of anti-inflammatory medications come to light, more and more scientists are looking into the strong inflammation-fighting powers of some natural remedies. One is turmeric, which has long been popularized by its remarkable anti-inflammatory potentials.Learn more about Scientists Now Find Curcumin Is a Strong Inflammation-Fighting Weapon.