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Deflame.com was started by Dr. David Seaman, the first person to author a paper that specifically hypothesized that diets can be pro-inflammatory or anti-inflammatory. He has been focussed on diet and inflammation since 1987, which is long before anyone else and has led to the development of the DeFlaming Guidelines.
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Click here to read Dr. Seaman’s 2002 article, the diet-induced pro-inflammatory state. Since 2002, thousands of papers and numerous books have been published on the topic of diet and inflammation, which is now accepted as mainstream.
The focus of DeFlame.com is to provide resources and information about inflammation reduction with diet and nutritional supplements. A substantial amount of information is embedded into the website and you can be kept up-to-date via our e-newsletter.
Regarding supplements, the goal of the company is to provide the highest quality products, which have been produced in a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant. This is highly unique situation in that pharmaceutical controls are applied to nutritional supplement manufacturing. Read about the very rare and Unique Anabolic Manufacturing Standards.
Dr. Seaman is a Professor of Clinical Sciences at the National University of Health Sciences‘ Florida campus in Pinellas Park, FL. He has been studying the relationship between inflammation and disease expression since 1987 and has multiple publications related to this topic:
Seaman DR. Clinical nutrition for pain, inflammation and tissue healing. Self published and available at DeFlame.com. 1998
Gala TR, Seaman DR. Lifestyle modifications and the resolution of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome: a case report. J Chiro Med. 2011;10:118-25.
Seaman D. Health care for our bones: A practical nutritional approach to preventing osteoporosis. J Manip Physiol Ther. 2004; 27:591-95.
Seaman DR. The diet-induced pro-inflammatory state: A cause of chronic pain and other degenerative diseases? J Manip Physiol Ther. 2002; 25: 168-79.
Seaman DR, Cleveland C. Spinal pain syndromes: nociceptive, neuropathic, and psychologic mechanisms. J Manip Physio Ther. 1999; 22:458-72.
Seaman DR. A sports nutrition: a biochemical view of injury care and prevention. In Hyde TE, Gengenbach MS. Eds. Conservative management of sports injuries. 2nd ed. Boston: Jones and Bartlett; 2007: p.1067-1092.
Seaman DR. Nutritional considerations in the treatment of soft tissue injuries. In Hammer WI. Editor. Functional soft-tissue examination and treatment by manual methods. Boston: Jones & Bartlett; 2007: p.717-734.
Seaman DR. Nutritional considerations for pain and inflammation. In Liebenson CL. Ed. Rehabilitation of the spine: a practitioner’s manual. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins; 2006: p.728-740.