Anti-Inflammatory Diet

The BioPerformance Institute
February 28, 2023

Do you struggle with fatigue or insomnia, body pain, anxiety or depression, weight management, gastrointestinal issues (constipation, diarrhea, acid reflux, etc.), or experience frequent infections? These symptoms may be the result of chronic inflammation. Inflammation is your body’s method of attacking things that harm it like, infections, injuries, and toxins, in order to heal itself. Chronic inflammation occurs when this response remains, leaving your body in a continuous state of stress. Things that contribute to inflammation include, infection, injury, auto-immune disorders, long-term exposure to irritants (chemicals, pollutants, etc.), smoking, obesity, alcohol, chronic stress, inadequate sleep, and a diet high in processed & refined foods.  

“The World Health Organization (WHO) ranks chronic diseases as the greatest threat to human health. The prevalence of diseases associated with chronic inflammation is anticipated to increase persistently for the next 30 years in the United States” (Pahwa, Goyal, Jialal, 2022).  

If you experience any of the above symptoms, making dietary changes along with other lifestyle changes can drastically improve or even resolve some of your symptoms! An anti-inflammatory diet also known as the Mediterranean diet is a great choice for most people. An anti-inflammatory diet works to reduce the inflammation in our body to optimize health, improve recovery, increase energy, improve mood, AND decrease risk for developing chronic illnesses. 

So, how do you go about making dietary/lifestyle changes? The thought of that may seem overwhelming or even daunting because it is no easy feat, especially alone. Our solution, meet with our Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) Krista Kane! She is a nutrition expert who can give you the correct information, resources, tools, and accountability you need to be successful in making lifestyle changes. By meeting with our dietitian, not only will you learn how to implement an anti-inflammatory diet, but also address your stress, physical exercise, and sleep habits to optimize your health. By taking an integrative approach to health Krista will be able to make individualized recommendations that work for you. Still not convinced… often visits are covered by your insurance at 100% under preventative care! (Please note, insurance coverage varies. We will check your nutrition benefits as a courtesy). So what are you waiting for, call today to schedule your FREE 20-minute phone or in-person consultation with Krista Kane, RDN at 208.262.4279.  


Pahwa R, Goyal A, Jialal I. Chronic Inflammation. [Updated 2022 Aug 8]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2022 Jan-. Available from: 

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