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Foods Known to Help Inflammation

12:00am & Tips and Advice

Inflammation is a way your body helps fight off infections and illnesses, but the pain can often be difficult to handle for many. Most diseases and sicknesses often start with inflammation, and a lot of people take medicines to combat the inflammation, but did you know that we can fight inflammation just by what we put in our bodies?

Tara Collingwood, a registered dietician nutritionist, shares that inflammation can be managed just by what we eat on a daily basis! Below are a few of her tips when it comes to diet and inflammation:

  1. Tart Cherries: drinking tart cherry juice can help with swelling, especially those with osteoarthritis
  2. Turmeric: turmeric contains curcumin, the main ingredient, is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound
  3. Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Omega-3’s has been linked to helping various diseases. Foods like salmon, nuts and chia seeds are a great source of omega-3. If you’re not a fan of any of these foods, taking a fish oil pill will have the same effect.
  4. Fruits and Vegetables: eating fruits and vegetables will help damage and prevent inflammation happening in the body.

Other foods such as broccoli, green tea, extra virgin olive oil, and dark chocolate are also good to eat to combat inflammation. Make sure to talk to your health care professional before making any changes to your diet/lifestyle.



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The Arthritis Foundation's Ease-of-Use Commendation

We are proud to be the very FIRST stairlift company to earn the Arthritis Foundation's Ease-of-Use Commendation. It is yet another effort that continues to prove that Acorn Stairlifts is a pioneer in the industry, always striving to stay ahead of the game, and to help our customers by providing the absolute best solution for their needs.

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