Inflammation lies at the root of many of the most common diseases.
In the final part of this life-changing series, devised exclusively for Mail readers, one of the UK’s leading dietitians offers her advice — and mouthwatering recipes — to help you keep this hidden danger at bay.
Using food as medicine is hardly new — the father of modern medicine, Hippocrates of Kos, was espousing it more than two millennia ago. But, increasingly, modern medicine is embracing the idea.
And it doesn’t have to be a joyless course, as the recipes and nutritional know-how I’ve shared in my anti-inflammation plan this week have highlighted: eating well can be both good for you and a pleasure.
By getting the building blocks of a (delicious) anti-inflammatory diet in place, you put your body in the best state to fight the aggressors that trigger chronic inflammation, damaging your cells and raising the