In today’s health-conscious world, inflammation is something of a buzz word. You’ve likely heard that consuming turmeric (a source of curcumin) is helpful for those suffering from joint pain or arthritis—or maybe you’ve read that fatty fish or antioxidant-rich berries keep inflammation at bay. However, while adding these types of good-for-you foods to your diet is ultimately beneficial for your health, you first need to remove the ones that could be contributing to the overall problem. Think of it like this: Why douse water on the fire when you could simply remove the lighter fluid?

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