What foods cause inflammation?

Certain foods have been shown to increase inflammation in the body, while others have anti-inflammatory effects. Here are some of the most common foods that can contribute to inflammation:

  1. Refined carbohydrates
  2. Trans fats: Foods that contain trans fats, such as fried foods, baked goods, and processed snacks, can increase inflammation.
  3. Saturated fats: Foods high in saturated fats, such as red meat, butter, and cheese, can contribute to inflammation in the body.
  4. Processed foods: Processed foods, such as processed meats and snack foods, contain high levels of additives and preservatives that can contribute to inflammation.
  5. Alcohol and wine, beer

It is important to note that everyone's body is different and what may cause inflammation in one person may not in another. It is best to work with a healthcare provider to determine which foods may be contributing to inflammation in an individual's case, as well as to develop a well-balanced, anti-inflammatory diet that meets their nutritional needs.

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