PCOS Health: Eating Right to Avoid Inflammation Part 1

fishInternal inflammation is part of the body’s immune system, which triggers a defense response to harmful stimuli inside the body like PCOS symptoms such as insulin resistance and high blood pressure.
But internal inflammation is also damaging because, in the process, it produces C-reactive protein (CRP), which can harm the cardiovascular system with plaque build-up in the arteries.
It’s important to reverse PCOS symptoms which can cause inflammation and a healthy diet is a key weapon. Fortunately, there are many anti-inflammatory foods and over the coming months we will be recommending some to you. For starters, try to eat more cold water fish like salmon, which contain anti-inflammatory fats called omega-3s.
Tip: wild salmon has more of these healthy fats than does farmed salmon. All salmon from Alaska is wild, whereas Atlantic salmon is usually farmed. Herring and sardines are also good sources of omega-3 fats.
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