Here at Lovely Health, we supply an extensive range of natural anti-inflammatory supplements that you can use to mitigate the damaging effects of chronic inflammation on your body.
In addition, because they’re all-natural and contain no artificial compounds, you get to avoid the potential side effects that can arise from consuming synthetic chemicals or drugs.
Just read on to learn more about the incredible benefits they offer your health.
Some Of Our Natural Anti Inflammatory NZ-Made Products
Here are just some of our many powerful natural anti-inflammatory dietary supplements:
Green Lipped Mussel
Native to the waters surrounding New Zealand’s long coastline, the green lipped mussel is a delicious addition to any seafood meal. But don’t worry if you can’t get them fresh – we supply green lipped mussels freshly freeze-dried in capsules.
Our Southern Deep green lipped mussels contain only the whole mussel and nothing else. These magic molluscs have been shown to support joint mobility, alleviate joint stiffness and offer relief from arthritis.
They’re even suitable for pets!
The benefits of shark cartilage for joint mobility have been known for decades. In addition, these natural products feature potent joint supporting properties.
Our shark cartilage products are made entirely from deep-sea sharks caught in the rich waters off the South Island of New Zealand. We closely test all of them for the presence of any potential pollutants, such as mercury or PCBs.
Turmeric’s powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds have long been known. They come down to the presence of the compound curcumin, which doesn’t just help boost the body’s anti-inflammatory response – it even moderates cholesterol levels and digestion.
Turmeric also offers an intensive range of benefits for the body. That includes helping your immune system, boosting joint and cardiovascular health and improving cardiovascular function.
Lf can help against the inflammatory process produced by strong immune reaction in infections, as well as being, anti-viral, antibacterial and anti-fungal. It is also useful for those with iron deficiencies. It is a wonderful but very underrated product, in our opinion and is derived from New Zealand milk.
Super Turmeric 60 TabletsNZ$ 37.95
- AUD: $35.75
- CAD: $32.64
- CHF: CHF22.74
- CNY: ¥169.08
- EUR: €23.03
- GBP: £19.80
- JPY: ¥3,288
- KRW: ₩31,520.20
- USD: $24.33
Lactoferrin 5 packNZ$ 247.05
- AUD: $232.75
- CAD: $212.46
- CHF: CHF148.03
- CNY: ¥1,100.69
- EUR: €149.89
- GBP: £128.87
- JPY: ¥21,407
- KRW: ₩205,192.79
- USD: $158.40
What is inflammation?
At its most simple, inflammation refers to swelling of the tissues. It’s part of the body’s natural healing response and plays an essential role in fighting infection and injury. However, sometimes, the inflammatory response does not operate as it should.
The immune system can also trigger inflammation without an actual injury or infection to fight. In this case, it starts to damage healthy organs, tissues and joints.
There is a wide range of factors that can cause this undesirable inflammatory response. They include high stress levels, a lack of exercise and a poor diet. Chronic inflammation occurs over the long term and can lead to a wide range of damaging consequences.
The effects of chronic inflammation
Inflammation can be hard to identify in its early stages. You may only notice subtle signs, such as fatigue or gastrointestinal issues, or you may not even feel anything different at all. This is a stark contrast to acute inflammation, often readily apparent and associated with evident pain.
However, as chronic inflammation progresses, it can be highly damaging to a wide range of different bodily symptoms. Research suggests that it can contribute to diverse chronic diseases, including the following:
- Heart disease
- Alzheimer’s disease
- And more
Reducing the risk of inflammation
Worried? You don’t need to be. There are ways to control, if not outright reverse undesirable inflammation. Since diet and lifestyle are significant contributors to inflammation, changes to your nutritional intake and habits can help mitigate it.
Make sure you get enough sleep, exercise regularly and consume a healthy diet. It would be best if you also tried to reduce stress.
Sensible dietary choices make a massive difference to your well-being. For example, make sure you include plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits and cut down your refined sugar intake. In addition, try to increase your intake of foods containing Omega-3 acids, which are highly beneficial for body and brain health.
It is also advisable to avoid foods that have been linked to inflammation. As most of these foods are nutrient-poor, cutting them out of your diet will also benefit your overall health. They include low-fibre refined carbohydrates such as cakes and doughnuts, sugary drinks, processed junk foods and deep-fried foods.
Here are some fantastic foods that are high in anti-inflammatory properties and make a great addition to your diet:
- Olive oil
If you’d like extra support fighting the harmful effects of chronic inflammation, our powerful natural anti-inflammatory supplements are a great choice.
Made from entirely natural compounds, they use their inherent anti-inflammatory properties to get you feeling, looking and living better.
Feel free to browse our online store to see the wide range of natural anti-inflammatory products we have on offer. If you have any questions about any of our natural supplements or need assistance placing an order, the Lovely Health team is here to help.
Please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to helping you start your journey to better health today.