Beware of these common foods that cause high bodily inflammation

Inflammation occurs when the white blood cells in the body are released into the blood to protect the body from any foreign substances.

COMMON INFLAMMATORY FOODS PRESENT IN YOUR DIET

Sugar

The excessive intake of table sugar (sucrose) and high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) are the most commonly used added sugars in the western diet. Added sugar is very harmful as it can increase inflammation and lead to many diseases such as insulin resistance, diabetes, fatty liver disease, cancer, and chronic kidney disease.

Carbohydrates

To be more specific, it is refined carbohydrates that do damage to the inflammation process. Apart from getting a bad rap related to obesity and ill health carbohydrates have also been causing inflammation. Not all carbs fall under the harmful category. However, refined carbs do top the charts of harmful foods.

Alcohol

Though moderate consumption of alcohol could be ok for a few, when it crosses the limit it can lead to severe health issues and in certain prolonged conditions, death.

Processed Meat

Processed meat consumption is linked to the risk of heart disease, diabetes, stomach cancer, and colon cancer.They contain a high quantity of advanced glycation end products(AGEs) when compared to other meats. These AGE’s are formed when meat is cooked at high temperature. AGE’s are famous for causing inflammation and are found in some of the processed meats such as sausage, bacon, smoked meat, and beef jerky.

Dairy products

A considerable amount of yogurt consumption helps in inflammation and provides gut healing probiotics, on the other hand, dairy products including yogurt are an avid source of inflammation-inducing saturated fats. Severed studies have proved that full-fat dairy alters your gut process and decreases the levels of good bacteria present in the gut.

Oils from vegetables and seeds

Though vegetable oils promote inflammation due to its high content of omega-6 fatty acid, it can also be deemed harmful and cause adverse reactions when the inflammation is prolonged.