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Reduce Inflammation, Maximize Performance

  • 9 min read
  • April 2021
  • By TB12 Team
Tom Brady prevents inflammation.

If you’ve ever bumped your head on something, congratulations: you already have a basic understanding of inflammation. The swelling, warming, and redness that follows this kind of blunt impact is part of an important mechanism that repairs the body and protects it from infection. It’s usually a good thing. However, with the wrong lifestyle choices, inflammation can take on a sneakier form that actually hurts you. Read on to learn about the dark side of inflammation, how it can affect you, and how you can make simple changes to stop it in its tracks.

"Just 20 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise can have an anti-inflammatory effect." -A 2017 study in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity via Harvard Health Publishing



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