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There are two types of inflammation. One is acute inflammation and the other is chronic inflammation. Acute inflammation causes the chemical reaction to the wounded area with a substance called histamine. In the process, pus forms as the wound area become swollen red which is the reaction of the white blood cells fighting against bacteria and viruses from invading our body. It can be regarded as the acne on puberty, a good inflammation. Chronic inflammation is a bad inflammation that creates a nasty environment in the blood vessels leading to various diseases. Acidic wastes stack around the blood vessel blocking the blood circulation can lead to metabolic depression and even diabetes. Myocardial infarction occurs when cardiovascular inflammation occurs, and dementia occurs when the brain is inflamed. When the skin is inflamed, it causes atopy, and when the lungs are inflamed, asthma occurs. Chronic inflammation attacks normal cells and promotes the activity of cancer genes and senescent cells.
One of the major sources of bad inflammation is the active oxygen which affects inflammatory diseases. Kim Myung-Hee research team at Korea Bio-Technology Research Institute, Bio-Protection System Research Center said that active oxygen separates antioxidant enzyme, thioredoxin, and inflammatory regulator. Thioredoxin-interaction protein plays a pivotal role in various cancers and metabolic syndromes. Separated thioredoxin-interacting protein stimulates interleukin-1 beta affecting inflammatory diseases.
Modern people suffer various inflammatory pains due to environmental pollution, westernized acidic diets, residual chlorine from the tap water, chemical detergents, and shampoo, accumulating active oxygen in the body. In order to prevent and eliminate the accumulation of toxins in the body, it is necessary to consume alkaline foods, drink BIOCERA Antioxidant Hydrogen Alkaline water, do laundry with non-detergent BIOCERA Green Balls and Biocera Atozerp Happy Shower Plus showerhead from toxic residual chlorine.