Body on Fire




Jyothi Rao

Monica Aggarwal

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88 pages

How Inflammation Triggers Chronic Illness and the Tools We Have to Fight It

Numerous lifestyle factors can lead to inflammation, which in turn can trigger a number of illnesses. Two physicians draw on their personal and professional experiences and present an in-depth evaluation of the impact inflammation has on chronic disease, along with a revolutionary approach for restoring balance.

Monica Aggarwal and Jyothi Rao help readers take an honest assessment of their energy, lifestyle, dietary habits, and mental state and provide a series of interventions for reclaiming health. In-depth explanations of the dangers of stress and the benefits of microbiomes on not only digestive health but also general well-being show how common dietary and lifestyle changes can make a dynamic difference. The authors also bring a broader understanding of how our bodies work and what they require to be healthy. The specific plant-based foods that reduce harmful inflammation and nurture healthy digestive organisms are identified.

Further guidance is provided on quality sleep? especially in today?s digital age? adequate hydration, mind-body techniques to recharge and activate our bodies, the role of exercise, and the benefits of intermittent fasting. Each chapter includes recommendations and action steps.

Jyothi Rao

JYOTHI RAO, MD, has worked in clinical practice since 1997. She is board certified in internal medicine as well as anti-aging and regenerative medicine. She is the medical director of Shakthi Health and Wellness Center in Maryland.

Monica Aggarwal

MONICA AGGARWAL, MD, is board certified in cardiology, echocardiography, and nuclear cardiology. She is focused on educating people about the importance of plant-based nutrition and its benefits in treating and potentially reversing chronic illness.
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