In the United States, in 2000, nearly 125 million Americans were living with chronic conditions and 61 million (21%) had more than one. In recent estimates by Rand Corporation, in 2014 nearly 60% of Americans had at least one chronic condition, 42% had more than one and 12% of adults had 5 or more chronic conditions. Worldwide, 3 of 5 people die due to chronic inflammatory diseases like stroke, chronic respiratory diseases, heart disorders, cancer, obesity, diabetes.
Eating a balanced diet rich in anti-inflammatory foods can offer several health benefits. It may reduce the risk of chronic diseases, support mental health by potentially alleviating conditions like depression and anxiety, and promote skin health by minimizing issues like acne. These benefits stem from the ability of anti-inflammatory foods to combat chronic inflammation, protect brain cells, reduce oxidative stress, support gut health, balance the immune system, and promote overall well-being.
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