Inflammation is useful generally only in acute circumstances but can tend be become chronic and can really affect you physically, emotionally and pathologically. Above is a link that discusses different ways that inflammation can be connected to free radicals and the effect of free radicals on the body.We all know about how bad free radicals are. I was just introduced to Serrapeptase recently to aid with reducing inflammation. Interestingly enough, this is a substance that was offered to my dad 30 years ago, that aided with his recovery from cancer, by a German doctor named Hans Nieper. There is well documented research from Europe and Japan as to the effectiveness of Serrapeptase.
Wikipedia has some good information on Serrapeptase at
I think there will always be an argument about whether or not the research is good or bad and whether is may work or not with different opinions from people with different areas of specialties. I have adopted that if it doesn’t hurt, it is worth trying. If you are starting something new, always check with your doctor that it may not interrupt or worsen any condition that you may currently have. It has been described as an effective alternative to NSAIDS and other pain relievers for conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and similar.