A healthy, active person will walk about 115,000 miles in their lifetime—that’s more than four times the circumference of the globe. But for the millions of people who experience joint pain or discomfort, even simple activities such as walking can be a challenge. When your joints hurt it impacts your quality of life and keeps you from doing the things you love.
When you look at some of the solutions for joint pain in terms of medications, you might also be looking at side effects that you don’t want to have. It can be tough to even think about trading pain for some other kind of health challenge or side effect. If you don’t do something, continued stress, overexertion, and normal wear and tear can make your joints continue to deteriorate.
The reason everyday movements would be hard or painful is that your joints serve as links between bones that provide stability and control your body movements. Cartilage is an essential part of your joints and provides cushioning between your bones, helping to absorb shock from physical impact. If that cartilage is damaged, you get pain.
As you age, your cartilage – or protective cushioning – breaks down naturally. Also, physical stress on joints and overexertion can make the cartilage break down faster because these factors trigger the release of chemicals in your body that attack cartilage. All of this leads to joint discomfort and limited mobility.
Over 28 million Americans have some kind of joint-related issue that causes pain. Consider this: for every pound you gain you add four additional pounds of pressure on your knees and six additional pounds of pressure on your hips. These additional pounds can put extra strain on your joints.
What’s the science behind joint health? As a result of using and abusing your joints, your cartilage becomes weak and fragile, and surrounding connective tissue breaks down. Friction occurs between your bones and that signals the release of cartilage-attacking chemicals that result in your joints hurting and limited mobility.
Today more adult men and women who suffer from joint pain are looking for a natural product -without side effects – to help improve their joint health.
Let’s look at how natural nutrition can help give joint pain relief. Find a nutrition solution that improves cushioning – helps maintain cartilage. Let that nutrition help build collagen and other important components of connective tissue that give strength and structure to your joints. Last, allow that nutrition to inhibit the formation of those cartilage-attacking chemicals so your joints start feeling better fast.
Nutrition Alerts: Joint Problems
Joint pain or stiffness
Limited range of joint motion
The aging population
Repetitive physical labor
Repetitive exercise or sport activity
If you are looking for a more natural way to get back to active — fast, that includes better mobility, flexibility, and long-term joint health, check out some natural ingredients.
What is Glucosamine?
Glucosamine is an amino sugar and a key building block for larger glycosaminoglycans (proteoglycans). These large molecules are used to make cartilage and the lubricating fluid in joints. Glucosamine-containing substances also are found in tendons and ligaments. Glucosamine helps improve the cushioning of joints and helps maintain cartilage for long-term joint health.
What is Boswellia
Boswellia, or Indian frankincense, is the gum resin from the Boswellia serrata tree. The principal components of frankincense are thought to be Boswellic acids, which have been shown to improve joint comfort.
New Advanced Joint Health Complex
The proprietary Boswellia extract used in New Advanced Joint Health Complex contains a high concentration of joint comfort-supporting Boswellic acid AKBA and other natural constituents of the Boswellia resin – together they work better than AKBA alone AND have been shown to improve joint comfort better than an extract with higher levels of total AKBA.
Also included in Joint Health Complex is a specially designed combination of key joint health nutrients: zinc, copper, manganese, and vitamin C – that all play a unique and critical role in building healthy connective collagen and cartilage. This formula has been clinically tested to work in as few as 5 days, 28% faster than the leading joint supplement on the market.
The only people who should not take New Advanced Joint Health Complex are pregnant or nursing women and children under age 12. The recommended use is to take two tablets daily, together, and with a meal.
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Sometimes joint pain is due to inflammation from food sensitivities… I discovered that I was getting joint pain from cane sugar. When I cut it out of my diet, all my joint pain disappeared!