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We’re all about helping you find pain relief from the things you already do (and enjoy doing!), and in this case, we’re making those things a little sweeter. So relax in a rocking chair on a front porch, put your feet up, and savor the last weeks of summer with these iced tea for inflammation recipes.
When you’re in pain, the last thing you feel like doing is exercising. But you can potentially decrease your pain with just an hour of easy exercise per week. So read on for 5 easy exercises that you can do at home.
The busyness and stress of life can creep in and make the summer more of an endurance run than a yoga session. Try these 5 healthy and easy meal prep recipes to help your body fight inflammation this summer.
There are many health benefits to stretching: you can strengthen your muscles and bones, improve your mood, reduce your risk of certain diseases, and even alleviate pain by increasing blood flow and reducing inflammation.
It’s no secret that inflammation can cause all sorts of problems, from joint pain to indigestion and even sleep issues. Fortunately, fighting inflammation is as simple as adjusting your diet to incorporate more fruits and vegetables. If you’ve been exploring home garden ideas, or if you just need some extra guidance at the farmer’s market, check out these 5 fruits and vegetables in season that help with inflammation.