People are interested in foods that can decrease inflammation. According to consumer insights from The Hartman Group, Bellevue, Wash., contemporary diets are personalized and all about balance, wellness and energy. This includes a consumer desire for diets that reduce inflammation.
While the desire to reduce inflammation may be a consumer trend, clinicians are also starting to look at markers of chronic inflammation as signs of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. And, there’s growing evidence that certain dairy foods are linked to reduced chronic inflammation.