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Foods you should avoid on an anti-inflammatory diet, according to Harvard experts

Dr. Frank Hu, professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health, says that “many studies have shown that components of foods or drinks can have anti-inflammatory effects.”

The best way in our power to control and reduce inflammation is to follow an anti-inflammatory diet that helps fight inflammation forever.. Numerous research is being carried out by the Harvard Department of Nutrition that revolves around this relationship between chronic inflammation, a state of persistent activation of the immune system, and cancer, diabetes, arthritis, cardiovascular diseases, depression and Alzheimer’s.

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