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The food we eat can contribute to a general feeling of malaise associated with low-level inflammation that is a natural part of daily living as our muscles and bones recover from physical activity, our liver and kidneys cleanse our bodies of the toxins in our environment or even from digesting the healthful food that we eat. Join nutritionist Cynthia Knipe for a look at which foods to limit and the anti-inflammatory foods that are delicious, affordable staples you can incorporate into your daily menu.
Cynthia Knipe is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with more than ten years of experience supporting clients’ health and wellness goals using a whole foods approach. She works with individuals, worksites and community-based programs. She avidly follows emerging research on the gut microbiome and its role in human health. Other areas of interest include traditional diets and sustainable agriculture. To learn more, visit her website.