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Digital Subscriptions > Healthy Magazine > Sept-19 > NATURE’S ANTI - INFLAMMATORIES


Inflammation is the body’s first line of defence, but may have serious repercussions if left unchecked. Could an anti-inflammatory diet be the answer?


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Inlammation and swelling are often the earliest deined symptoms of illness due to their links to pain and fever. Ancient remedies such as willow bark and ginseng have natural anti-inlammatory properties in common – both contain compounds that may have a role in the reduction of the inlammatory process. More recently, there’s been a revived interest in ayurvedic medicine, which uses spices like turmeric to treat diseases linked to inlammation, such as allergies and diabetes. As a result, the anti-inlammatory diet is in the spotlight as a potential way to safeguard long-termalth.

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Welcome to the September issue of healthy! Our intimate health issue is here! The September edition of healthy seeks to end embarrassment around the topic of ‘down-there’ care and give the answers to the questions you won’t find anywhere else. From updates on endometriosis, to an empowering take on orgasms, we hope that this issue will help you to understand your body better. We’ve got a debate on whether or not watching porn can be healthy, advice on the best choice of contraception for you and tips on how you can balance your vaginal microbiome. Don’t worry – there’s no vaginal steaming and not a jade egg in sight! And that’s not all. In addition to our regular features and expert-led content, we’ve also investigated the health impact of microplastics, written about why we’re loving church hall fitness classes and shared some nutritious breakfast recipes for you to try. Plus, we’ve chatted to inspirational women who are paving the way for eco-friendly beauty. Find all this and more in the new issue of healthy.