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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 has been working in various arenas of the health and fitness industry since 1996. Her knowledge and experience has developed over the years to include studies of Eastern and Western philosophies, yogic perspectives, energy medicine, and culinary exploration. Through personal and group dynamics, Teri provides supportive and resourceful environments to assist others in discovering their personal path to wellness. She presents alternative perspectives of biochemistry, human physiology and nutrition by incorporating the principles of holistic living into her work. Teri believes with a dynamic foundation of knowledge combined with personal responsibility and freedom of choice, we can all recognize the power within us to co-create our health and ultimately our lives.