KaraMD(R)’s new informational health resource has been designed especially for middle-aged readers, as Dr. Kara believes this is a critical phase of one’s life that will shape one’s health outcomes into old age. Dr. Kara is a physician and a functional, natural and preventative medicine specialist who is on a mission to address some of the most common healthcare concerns in the United States today, including inflammation.
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KaraMD appreciates that, to many readers, inflammation may seem like a health and wellness buzzword, that fails to describe a precise and treatable condition. However, as the latest information from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences explains, more and more Americans are now experiencing inflammation with chronic inflammatory conditions now contributing to more than 50% of deaths worldwide.
As Dr. Kara explains, chronic inflammation can cause autoimmune conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, cardiovascular issues like heart disease, gastrointestinal disorders like IBS, lung diseases like asthma, metabolic diseases like type 2 diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s and several types of cancer.
However, chronic inflammation is most commonly a result of an unhealthy lifestyle, which means these severe conditions can be prevented before their onset. This is why KaraMD has published their new information resource, which is called ‘A Complete Guide to Foods that Reduce Inflammation’.
Accompanied by detailed notes authored personally by Dr. Kara, the new resource covers essential food groups like good oils, fish, nuts, fruits and herbs, that can all aid in reducing inflammation in middle age.
Interested readers can also find other informative health resources on the KaraMD(R) platform which address good health essentials regarding sleep, exercise, diet, and more.
Over a prestigious 30-year career with Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Kara of KaraMD has developed a reputation as both a holistic health and wellness medical doctor and a thought leader. He is determined to help people build healthier lifestyle habits, enjoy total body wellness, and put their health in their hands.
A spokesperson for the doctor said, “Our diets can have a huge impact on health, from managing disease to keeping every organ system running smoothly. Another area of health that can be impacted by a good diet is inflammation. While some inflammation is a natural defense response of our bodies, too much can cause issues, like swollen joints, pain, and chronic illnesses. If you’re looking to use your diet as a way of reducing your inflammation, we’re here to help you get started.”
More details can be found at https://karamd.com/health-insights/
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