5 Surprising Habits That Reduce Inflammation
"Keep a daily dose of vitamin D in your anti-inflammatory arsenal," says Kellyann Petrucci, MS, ND, author of The 10-Day Belly Slimdown. "Vitamin D is actually a hormone. If you don't have enough D, your body can't put the brakes on inflammation," she says. It's one reason why low D status is associated with various inflammatory diseases. Talk to your doctor about taking a vitamin D supplement. You can also get D through your diet in foods like salmon, tuna and egg yolks.