The correlating factors behind systemic inflammatory dynamics and various lifestyle behaviors such as physical activity and diet are presently a topic of significant interest to scientists and health experts. This interest has spilled over to the general public as evident by an increase in anti-inflammatory products like omega-3 fatty acid supplements. Most individuals are familiar with the classic signs of injury-related inflammation including; redness, swelling, pain, loss of function, and heat at the site of a given wound. In modern research, significant focus has shifted from acute inflammatory response to chronic low grade inflammation associated with android obesity, physical inactivity, and poor dietary sources. Chronic systemic inflammation is now associated with premature aging, autoimmune disorders and several epidemiological ailments including diabetes, heart disease, and kidney disease. Systemic inflammation is heavily affected by behaviors and may be promoted or diminished through intricate dynamics related to body composition, nutritional choices, physical activity levels, hormonal balance, and stress.
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