Learn The Root Causes of Chronic Inflammation

Chronic Inflammation = Major Health Problem

After working one-on-one with my anti-inflammatory diet coaching clients, there is one major overarching issue I see over and over again.


At the root cause of many of our modern-day health concerns, is chronic inflammation or an overactive immune system.

Webster defines inflammation as:

“Local response to cellular injury that is marked by capillary dilatation, leukocytic infiltration, redness, heat, and pain and that serves as a mechanism initiating the elimination of noxious agents and of damaged tissues.”

I’ve experienced my own fair share of chronic inflammation that put a damper on my life and work. Overcoming those issues with food and lifestyle changes changed my life, and it can change yours too.

Acute Inflammation Is Good & Chronic Inflammation Is Bad

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There are two types of inflammation; acute and chronic.

Acute (or short term) inflammation is something that we want, as it’s showing that your body is responding to an immediate need or threat to prevent it from hurting your body. Think about how your skin reacts and heals after getting cut. Without this process, you’d have a chronic infection that would lead to more serious issues.

Chronic (or non-stop) inflammation is something that we don’t want, as it’s showing that your body is over challenged by something that is continuously trying to heal itself and can’t.

With prolonged exposure, this starts to wreak havoc on your entire body and impacts your immune, digestive, muscular, cardiovascular, nervous, endocrine, urinary, lymphatic, & reproductive systems.

This can appear as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s, stroke, mental health concerns, and much more.

What Causes Chronic Inflammation?

Chronic inflammation can be caused by many things like toxins, stress, lack of sleep, bad relationships, etc, but for most of us, the biggest reason is a poor diet.

When we consume overly processed foods with chemicals, preservatives, and unnatural ingredients, our body’s go haywire.

On the contrary, when we feed our bodies natural, nutrient-dense foods, it provides us with the necessary information to be able to combat inflammation and repair and restore the damage.

It’s my mission as an anti-inflammatory nutrition coach to help teach you how to manage and ideally prevent chronic inflammation from happening in the first place.

Two Key Areas To Help You Regain Your Health

Let’s focus on two specific areas that I specialize in when it comes to helping my clients get better.

Gut health and cognitive health issues are more common than you may think.

Following the right nutritional strategies, reducing your stress, and focusing on optimizing your sleep, you can get to feeling like you used to.

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By the end of our first conversation, you'll feel optimistic and motivated to start making positive changes in your life

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