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Inflammation Stinks

Inflammation Stinks

I moved to Colorado almost 30 years ago because I love to hike, ski and spend time on rivers.  As I got older, I noticed I was taking Aleve and Tylenol for aches and pains after a fun day outside.  Over the counter pills have harsh side effects, so I started looking for better alternatives to help reduce inflammation in my body, which felt like the root of my aches and pains. Turmeric and ashwagandha were 2 options that had efficacy data behind them.

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Here are some resources you may find helpful;
Mayo Clinic - How to use foods to fight inflammation
Harvard Medical School - Foods that fight inflammation
Cleveland Clinic - Why and how to start an Anti-inflammatory diet

Turmeric
Turmeric is rich in curcumin, a powerful anti-inflammatory that's been shown to ease pain, decrease muscle damage and even improve performance.  Read more about why Amari includes turmeric in our formulas...

Turmeric

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