Get Relief for Inflammatory Pain Without the Risk

A safer approach for relief without the worry.

Many approaches for chronic inflammation can be a real pain. Autoimmune disorders are often characterized by recurring inflammation and pain that seemingly take over and control every part of your life. Corticosteroids and other immunosuppressants to reduce inflammation carry potential adverse effects, including increased risk to infection, bone mineral loss, or elevated blood pressure or blood sugar. And nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or the more selective COX-2-specific agents have been linked to a higher likelihood of autoimmune disease exacerbation in addition to other serious and well-known risks to the stomach, heart, and other organs.

A safer approach for relief without the worry. The rise in chronic inflammatory diseases is attributed to modern lifestyles. Diet and environmental toxins can increase tissue damage and inflammatory mediators, as well as disturb gut flora that contributes to immune system function. In fact, many patients with chronic inflammatory conditions also discover that certain foods can exacerbate their symptoms. Modifying your diet can help, along with support from UltraInflamX® PLUS 360˚ Medical Food. This clinically evaluated medical food is specifically designed to support the management of inflammatory bowel disease, and contains a powerful blend of nutrients designed to work with your body to inhibit triggers for recurring inflammation and pain. It gently addresses underlying causes without interfering with vital body activities, so you can use it every day. It also supplies nutrients that may help those who have trouble absorbing key vitamins/minerals due to intestinal inflammation.

Please visit us at: Innovative Nutrition, 206 Rt. 25A, East Setauket, NY 11733

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