The Food–Inflammation Connection

by: Teri Mosey

A more plant-centered diet helps control inflammatory responses that raise the risk of chronic disease.

Many of the foods we eat—especially vegetables—can help us deal with the double-edged sword of inflammation.

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Fitness Journal, Volume 16, Issue 7

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About the Author

Teri Mosey

Teri Mosey IDEA Author/Presenter

Teri Mosey, PhD, is an international speaker, wellness consultant, and author of The Hidden Messages in Food. With twenty five years’ experience in the health and wellness industry and a unique pedigree of education, Teri is helping others heal from chronic health struggles, start feeling good again, and create lifestyles to sustain it. What makes Teri’s approach unique is the holistic perspective she uses, drawing from Eastern wisdom and Western science—seeing health in context to the whole being; physically and energetically. The intention in all that she shares is to inspire, educate, and support others toward becoming the best version of themselves. Connect with Teri at