Still not feeling the best? It might be time to dive into some potential root causes!

Symptoms like brain fog, fatigue, acne/skin blemishes and even the inability to lose weight are often thought to be "normal" and part of the "aging process." 🙇🏼‍♀️ Although these symptoms are EXTREMELY COMMON, they are not all necessarily normal and may indicate that there's some chronic inflammation in the body. 🔥⁠

These "symptoms" that you're experiencing are often your body trying to tell you something - they’re give you a little nudge, letting you know that something is off. ⁠

Some potential causes of chronic inflammation can include the following: ⁠

〰️ Lack of movement⁠

〰️ Gut dysbiosis⁠

〰️ Blood sugar imbalance⁠

〰️ Stress⁠

〰️ Hidden infections⁠

〰️ Lack of sleep⁠

〰️ Environmental toxins⁠

〰️ Psychological imbalances and/or trauma⁠

〰️ Hormonal imbalance⁠

〰️ Poor diet and nutritional deficiencies⁠

〰️ Food allergies and/or sensitivities⁠

Soooo…what are some things that you can do today to help decrease that chronic inflammation? ⁠

Ultimately, finding a practitioner that can help you locate the root cause is what will actually FIX the problem. ⁠

However, there are also some things you can do TODAY that may help you lower that inflammation & calm that fire 🔥 down! ⁠

1️⃣ Consume less processed foods & more real, whole foods ⁠

2️⃣ Balance your blood sugar with protein, fiber and healthy fats⁠

3️⃣ Look at your lifestyle to see where you can improve when it comes to stress, sleep, mindset and products that you use on a daily basis.⁠

I often go in-depth into these topics with my 1:1 clients as well, depending on what their health/wellness goals are, what their lifestyle looks like, and most importantly, personalizing everything to THEIR unique body. DM me if you want to learn more!⁠

What do you plan to do today to keep that chronic inflammation at bay? 👇🏼

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