Top 10 Foods That Promote Long-Term Inflammation

Processed foods: Foods that are high in trans fats, processed sugars, and fake ingredients can make inflammation worse. This includes fast food, snacks high in sugar, and baked goods that have been cooked.

Sugary Beverages:  Sodas, energy drinks, and fruit juices with added sugars can spike blood sugar levels and contribute to inflammation.

Refined Carbohydrates:  White bread, white rice, and many processed grains don't have fiber and can cause blood sugar to rise, which may cause inflammation.

Fried foods:  Cooking foods in bad oils, especially at high temperatures, can make chemicals that are bad for you and make inflammation worse. Among these are french fries and fried chicken.

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Red and Processed Meat:   Eating a lot of red meat, especially processed meats like sausages and bacon, has been linked to more inflammation.

Dairy Products:  Some individuals may experience increased inflammation due to lactose intolerance or sensitivity to proteins found in dairy, like casein.

Artificial Trans Fats:  These can be found in some margarines, spreads, and processed snacks. They can make inflammation worse and raise the risk of a number of health problems.

Excessive Salt:  High-sodium diets can lead to water retention and potentially increase inflammation, especially in individuals sensitive to salt.