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The latest on vitamin D and inflammation

Posted on: December 28, 2012   by  John Cannell, MD

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Preventing inflammation is all the rage. Dark chocolate, tea, pomegranate juice, berries, and vegetables are a few of the mainstays of an anti-inflammatory diet.

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1 Response to The latest on vitamin D and inflammation

  1. Rita and Misty

    PSST Yale: VITAMIN D IS A POWER ANTI-INFLAMMATORY…

    “Inflammation is the common denominator of many chronic age-related diseases such as arthritis, gout, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes. But according to a Yale School of Medicine study, even in the absence of a disease, inflammation can lead to serious loss of function throughout the body, reducing healthspan — that portion of our lives spent relatively free of serious illness and disability.”

    http://news.yale.edu/2013/10/21/controlling-triggers-age-related-inflammation-could-extend-healthspan

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