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Healthy Inflammatory Response
Inflammation is the body’s natural healing response to fight injury and infection. However, generalized inflammation in the body can be the direct result of poor diet. In addition to ruling out infection, trauma, excessive stress, allergies and magnesium deficiency, here are some other tips for lowering inflammatory load in the body:
1. Eliminate inflammatory foods such as sugar, processed foods, gluten, etc…
2. Choose a whole foods diet rich in polyphenols, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals
3. Maintain healthy blood sugar levels
5. Maintain healthy weight
6. Manage stress
7. For localized and acute inflammation, consider “RICE” (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) therapy
6 tablets, three time per day, without food. Reduce to 3 tablets three times per day when inflammation abates.
Description: A broad-spectrum proteolytic enzyme formulation containing pancreatin, bromelain, papain and other enzymes to support healthy inflammatory pathways.
4 capsules, twice per day, without food.
Description: A nutrient-dense turmeric compound delivering 50% total curcuminoid content, plus phenolic compounds, sesquiterpenes, sterols, fatty acids and more to support inflammatory pathways. Free of solvent residue and chemical surfactants!
Description: Formula designed to downregulate inflammatory pathways, primarily through the inhibition of nuclear transcription factor-kappyB (NF-kappaB).
2 capsules, twice per day, with food.
Description: Supports healthy joints and cartilage/tissue.
1 capsule, once per day.
Description: A micro-emulsified source of vitamins D and K in an easy-to-take capsule form for greater bioavailability.
5 drops, once per day.
Description: A micro-emulsified source of vitamins D and K in an easy-to-take liquid form for greater bioavailability.
2 capsules, twice per day.
Description: A potent and clean source of omega-3 fatty acids, DHA and EPA, to support healthy inflammatory pathways.
For Additional Support for Digestive Support:
Description: Supplies vegetable source superoxide dismutase (potent antioxidants) to support healthy inflammatory pathways.
Dismuzyme Plus™ Granules
Description: Vegetable source superoxide dismutase and catalase (potent antioxidants) to support healthy inflammatory pathways.
Description: A proprietary blend of bioflavonoids and glandular support.
Description: High-potency Pycnogenol® pine bark and grape seed extracts.
Description: High-dose catechin (green tea extract).
Optimal EFAs® Caps
Description: Strategically balanced source of omega-3, -6 and -9 fatty acids from sustainably-sourced fish oil, flax seed oil and borage oil.
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