Troubles Caused Inflammation Resolved with New Weight Loss Program October 31, 2011 By: revoe 0 Troubles Caused Inflammation Resolved with New Weight Loss Program Article by Mark Hyman, M.D How can you, in a week or less, get dramatic relief from terrible symptoms you thought you had to live with the rest of your life? There’s a fundamental hidden culprit that’s linked to everything from obesity to all the chronic diseases of aging. Addressing this issue that makes us sick and overweight can help create long-term health, vitality, and weight loss. I’ll give you the key to solving this problem — and unlocking good health. I’m talking about inflammation. You’re probably familiar with the pain, swelling, redness, and heat that classically signify inflammation. It’s something just about every one out there has experienced. Inflammation is part of the body’s natural defense system. When your body senses foreign invaders, your white blood cells and some special chemicals called cytokines mobilize to protect you. This normal type of inflammation is a good thing. It helps your body protect and heal itself. However, when your immune system shifts out of balance, inflammation can run rampant — causing a chronic, smoldering fire inside your body that contributes to disease and weight gain. The UltraSimple Diet plan effectively tackles inflammation head on. This one week kick-start brings improved health and rapid weight loss. Poor health and disease is caused by poor food choices — including consuming sugar and bad fats — hidden food allergens, lack of exercise, and chronic stress. These actions trigger raging, unseen inflammation deep in the cells and tissues. Inflammation can lead to the chronic diseases of aging – heart disease, cancer, diabetes, dementia, and more. And of course, weight gain. Being fat is being inflamed — period! It’s simple. If you don’t address inflammation by eliminating hidden food allergens or sensitivities and by eating an anti-inflammatory diet, you will never succeed at effective and permanent weight loss. When most people think of food allergies, they usually imagine someone eating a peanut and ending up in the emergency room with a swollen tongue, hives, and not being able to breathe. But there is a different type of reaction to foods that is much less dramatic and deadly — but still very troublesome. It is called a delayed allergy. This reaction is much more common and creates a lot of suffering for millions of people. This type of delayed allergic reaction can cause symptoms anywhere from a few hours to a few days after ingestion. It also causes a wide range of problems like weight gain, fluid retention, fatigue, brain fog, irritable bowel syndrome, mood problems, headaches, sinus and nasal congestion, joint pains, acne, eczema, and more. If you hear someone say dismissively, “Oh, you just lost water weight,” they’re right (at first), because eating foods you are allergic to causes inflammation, which leads to swelling and fluid retention. Getting rid of this fluid by reducing inflammation is a GOOD thing. It is what will allow your body to start the healing process so you can achieve permanent weight loss and optimal health. Consuming a low-allergy diet for just one week will help you eliminate the excess swelling and fluid that accumulates in your tissues from food-induced chronic inflammation. Despite criticisms you may have heard about losing ONLY water weight, this is essential for you body to begin to heal and detoxify. And the side effect is that you lose significant weight — quickly and safely. In my practice, treating food allergies and improving nutrition in general is the single most powerful tool I have to treat, reverse, and even cure hundreds of diseases. These include allergies, arthritis, autoimmune diseases, fatigue, sinus problems, hormonal disorders, obesity, high blood pressure, cholesterol, digestive diseases like irritable bowel syndrome, reflux, and colitis, and even mood disorders like depression and anxiety — just to name a few. You see, we are seeing an epidemic of inflammatory diseases. In fact nearly every modern disease — everything from autoimmune diseases, heart disease, and cancer to obesity, diabetes, and dementia — is caused by inflammation! While everyone is different, there are some foods that irritate the immune system more than others. They are gluten (wheat, barley, rye, oats, spelt, kamut), dairy (milk, cheese, butter, yogurt), corn, eggs, soy, nuts, nightshades (tomatoes, bell peppers, potatoes, eggplant), citrus, and yeast products. This program is based on a simple elimination diet, cutting out allergic foods. If you suffer from inflammation and the illness and extra weight that it brings, try The UltraSimple Diet and you should find remarkable relief in the first week from life-long ailments and discover a simple detox diet that causes permanent weight loss as well as healing illness and disease. Here’s to your good health! The UltraSimple Diet is available in a .99 paperback that includes simple, detailed plans for each day of the week, including shopping and task lists. A free sneak preview of the book is available for download at http://www.ultrasimplediet.com. About the Author Mark Hyman, MD, author of “The UltraSimple Diet — Kick-start Your Metabolism and Safely Lose up to 10 Pounds in 7 Days”, shows you how to reprogram your body to burn fat by turning on the message of weight loss and health and turning off the messages of weight gain and disease. 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