This one specific protein calms down chronic inflammation in the body

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It reveals groundbreaking new research for fighting chronic inflammation — the root cause of almost all diseases.

Scientists have been searching for a way to stop and slow down inflammation for so long now…

And finally, at long last, they have found one very specific natural protein to get excited about…

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This one specific protein calms down chronic inflammation in the body

Chronic inflammation is the cause of many diseases — most of which people think are just a result of “getting older.”

I get why people think that.

You are more likely to get things like diabetes, cancer, dementia, high blood pressure, and heart problems as you age.

But all of these have a single underlying cause — excessive chronic internal inflammation.

“Excessive inflammation is a prominent feature of many diseases such as multiple sclerosis, arthritis and inflammatory bowel diseases,” commented senior author on the paper, Dr Claire McCoy, Senior Lecturer in Immunology at RCSI. 

Inflammation is important. It’s part of our immune response and helps us fight off infections of every kind. 

But it can also get out of control and that’s when the disease starts. 

When immune cells (white blood cells) in our body called macrophages are exposed to potent infectious agents, powerful inflammatory proteins known as cytokines are produced to fight the invading infection. However, if these cytokine levels get out of control, significant tissue damage can occur.

If you can keep your body from kicking into inflammation overdrive or calm it down when it happens then you are likely to be much, much healthier overall. 

You’ll give yourself a good chance at more years of better quality life.

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Unfortunately, because of the way the profit system works in modern healthcare you aren’t likely to hear about treating chronic inflammation from your doctor. 

It’s simply more profitable for Big Pharma to give you tablet after tablet.

This happens even if those tablets put you at further health risk — which taking too many can do.

This isn’t your doctor’s fault, it’s just the way they are trained.

They are trained to give treatments for symptoms, not to help patients eliminate the CAUSE of illness.

That’s why it’s so important to educate yourself, so that you know the root cause of most of these illnesses.

That way you can help to prevent them from happening in the first place.

One of the emerging areas of research is how to calm down inflammation in the body and some of it is pretty amazing stuff.

Researchers at the RSCI University of Medicine and Health Sciences discovered that a specific protein can regulate the inflammatory response so that it doesn’t get out of control. 

This protein is called arginase-2

The researchers have found that a protein called arginase-2 works through the energy source of macrophage cells, known as mitochondria, to limit inflammation. Specifically, they have shown for the first time that arginase-2 is critical for decreasing a potent inflammatory cytokine called IL-1.

This is exciting research!

Because decreasing the cytokine response when it gets out of control is a huge key.

Not only to chronic inflammatory disease… but also to acute viral infections like C-19 which cause severe illness due to a cytokine storm.

This works by a process called down regulation — which makes the cells that cause the inflammatory response calm down.

Moreover, Arg2 is essential for IL-10-mediated downregulation of the inflammatory mediators succinate, hypoxia inducible factor 1α (HIF-1α) and IL-1β in vitro. 

Knowing that this particular protein can down regulate the cytokine response to healthy levels is a very big deal. 

It also has the potential to help people dramatically increase their level of health over the course of their lifetimes.

For me, preventing and healing the root cause of illness is a better idea than taking a big handful of tablets every day — which normally only mask symptoms. 

Knowing about this particular protein — arginase-2 — can help me do that.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the to ensure accuracy.