As our joints age, some amount of inflammation and pain may be inevitable. Currently, 50 million U.S. adults have doctor-diagnosed arthritis according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), who also predicts that number to soar to 67 million by 2030. They also anticipate that one-third of those adults will have limited mobility because of the diagnosis.
You do have some control as to whether or not you’ll suffer from this common pain, by managing factors like weight, the amount of physical activity you get and enlisting the help of your doctor. In addition, there are many nutraceuticals that can be added to your health regime, weather you’ve been diagnosed with arthritis, or you just feel occasional joint-related aches and pains. Read on for two of the latest nutraceuticals making headway in joint health. If you decide you’d like to try these supplements, discuss them with your medical doctor first.
According to TriVita, the manufacturer of Nopalea, the wellness drink is sourced from the fruit of the Nopal cactus, which grows in Mexico. Its anti-inflammatory properties have been used by native peoples and have been effective in easing joint-related inflammation, as well as respiratory, arterial, digestive tract and other body inflammation.
I’ve experienced Nopalea results firsthand and recommend drinking it daily to help your body
neutralize inner toxins and reduce inflammation. Visit the Nopalea website to learn more about the amazing results people are having, with their joint pain and beyond.
In my experience, Krill Oil can be extremely helpful in the elimination of joint inflammation and pain. It’s making headlines these days as a more effective and safer alternative to traditional fish oil, with claims that it’s 48 times more powerful in neutralizing free radicals, cells that are known to play a central role in many diseases. The benefits of Krill Oil are numerous, but for joint pain sufferers, it can be a potent aid in the elimination of discomfort. Discuss the head-to-toe benefits of a Krill Oil supplement with your doctor and look for future posts with more information on easing your joint-related pain.
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