Inflammation Reduction

“Processed foods cause inflammation, a source of most chronic illnesses as well as stress.”
– Kris Carr

Inflammation

Dr. Paula Grammas, Chief Research Officer for Tribute Senior Living, believes that chronic inflammation reduction is at the core of many diseases. Dr. Grammas is working closely with Tribute to discover and implement programs that reduce chronic inflammation and promote overall improvement in health and brain function. These are some of the things we have learned and are the basis for all of the choices we make for our residents at Tribute daily.

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mark v

Why the MARK V
menu choices?

What you eat can be positive and negative in managing chronic inflammation. Many studies support that an Anti-Inflammatory diet promotes a reduction in inflammation and can help prevent the development of chronic long-term diseases. Preventing the inflammatory process and the development of long-term chronic diseases requires some serious lifestyle changes.

An Anti-Inflammatory Diet is designed to fight inflammation. Making simple changes to your diet and lifestyle habits has been found to make a huge impact on inflammation. Eating foods rich in omega fatty acids, lean proteins, a rainbow of fruits and vegetables, and a wealth of antioxidants shows to be a key factor in improving chronic inflammation.

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daily exercise

Why Daily
Exercise?

The long-term health benefits of physical exercise include reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, improving metabolism and weight control, as well as generally strengthening the heart, muscles, and bones. According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, regular physical activity also lowers blood pressure, and reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes and some forms of cancer.

New research results revealed that a 20-minute session of moderate exercise can have anti-inflammatory effects and improve the body’s anti-inflammatory response by activating the sympathetic nervous system.

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life dimensions engagement

Why Life Dimensions
Engagement Program?

A review published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience concluded that inflammation is a common pathway of stress-related diseases. “Taking time to be outdoors, in nature, and with other people — the opposite of some of our work-focused, isolated, and sedentary modern lifestyles — works wonders to reduce stress. They create space between our environment and ourselves, so we have some room to respond rather than to react.”

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circadian rhythm

Why Circadian
Rhythm lighting?

New research shows that loss of sleep, even for a few short hours during the night, can cause the immune system to turn against healthy tissue and organs and produce inflammation. Our Ketra lighting system works to improve the sleep patterns and reduce the stress of “sun-downing”.

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“If you don’t make time for your wellness you will be forced to make time for your illness.” – Gray Cook