What happens when a mosquito decides to use your arm for dinner, inflammation occurs. What about when your sick and your nose is stuffy, this is also Inflammation. Joint pain, leg pain, back pain, internal pain or just about any other pain is probably related to inflammation.
Inflammation is basically the process where white blood cells and other chemicals in the body strive to protect the body from infection, and attempt to repair injury. Simply put, inflammation is the body’s first-aid reaction to heal itself from some type of damage caused by a virus, bacteria, fungus, toxin, or injury.
Those deployed or who have been deployed are being, or have been exposed to many a toxin ranging from Nerve Gas (ODS), Petrochemicals or inoculations just to name a few that have been shown to induce Inflammation. The unknown effects are the most dangerous factor, taking them seriously is key to getting better.
Inflammation can also affect your organs, causing many symptoms, but the most common symptom of inflammation is pain. Without inflammation, the body can’t restore itself when being damaged but sustained inflammation and pain should be a warning signal to us.
More and more research is finding links between inflammation and seemingly unrelated diseases that are at epidemic stages in Western cultures: asthma, diabetes, obesity, depression, heart disease, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, osteoporosis, and other aging diseases.
Servicepersons may be in more danger than previously thought and it is therefore suggested to take steps to battle sustained inflammation; below you can find a few suggestions that have helped us.
Diet is as always important, we suggest visiting the PROGRAM IN GENERAL page and to follow steps 1 to 3…you will feel like a different person!
We highly suggest you look at the “Anti-Inflammatory food pyramid to plan your diet.
Recovazon™: This product reduces joint pain and muscle soreness, aids in recovery from strenuous activities. This is an amazing herb for inflammation pain. I never go to bed without taking 3 to 6 of these. Order by clicking here. (Get the liquizons)
Willow Bark: The bark of the white willow tree has pain-relieving properties similar to aspirin. An ingredient in white willow bark, called salicin, is converted in the body to salicylic acid (aspirin is also converted to salicylic acid once in the body). Salicylic acid is believed to be the active compound that relieves pain and inflammation. Order here.
Vitamin D3: Chronic muscle pain can be a symptom of vitamin D deficiency. Recent studies have also shown that Vitamin D3 prevents up to 77% of ALL cancers in women, read more by clicking here or order by clicking here.
There is no substitute for natural Vitamin D through sunlight, when taking higher doses it has been suggested to take Vitamin K. Order by clicking here.
Serrapeptase: We also recommend systemic enzymes as a great way to manage pain and inflammation. Order here.
Body PH balance: In other words “acid in the body” not allowing the blood is to transport oxygen throughout your system. There are many products, here is just one of many sites, click here.
Read a special report about PH Balance online by clicking here.
One day at a time…steady on,
The Whole Patriot