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This is the perfect time to come out to play. Don’t let joint pain keep you from enjoying your life. If you are suffering with joint pain, here is how you can regain mobility, end the pain, and strengthen your bones, joints and muscles, at the same time.
Joint pain is a reality for millions of persons, and the traditional drugs’ side effects have caused clients to ask about alternative, safer and more effective solutions.
As I often tell people I speak with, starting with a change of diet is foremost in any health restoration plan. You can’t continue to poison – while detoxing at the same time. What we eat is vitally important for restoring health; there is just no way around getting the diet right. If you are looking for a quick fix, and don’t want to change, save your energy and money. Change is a must. Whether you’re suffering from osteoarthritis or Restless Legs eating the right foods, and avoiding the wrong ones is the first step to easing the pain. Eating to augment the rebuilding of collagen goes to the root of the problem.
Start by adding more whole grains to the diet, while eliminating refined carbohydrates, such as sugar and white bread which causes the oxidation and inflammation responses to become activated. Then add more brightly colored fruits veggies, berries, tomatoes carrots and lots of green leafy vegetables, which bring the important antioxidants into play. This antioxidant program is the body’s’ lifeline to health restoration.
Make sure you are getting the right fats in your diet to decrease the inflammatory response and increase cytokines with omega-3’s from a good cod liver oil, and by eating sufficient amounts of wild caught deep water fish.
Getting sufficient exercise as soon as possible helps tremendously to strengthen, repair and heal stiff, painful joints and muscles. As soon as you can start with stretching and range of motion exercises, maybe in a pool, and a healthy diet you will start to rebuild cartilage cells.
Some of the best Supplements include: Scullcap –This a herbal COX-2 inhibitor which works well with the Boswellia which is also a COX-2 inhibitor, and also helps to ease pain. Chondroitin – is a natural lubricant helping to maintain the natural elasticity of cartilage, and often paired with Glucosamine which reduces inflammation and helps prevent the deterioration of joints. Fish oils – This is the Cod Liver oil. Lots of folk talk about fish oil, but in my opinion Cod Liver oil is the best of the fish oils. Get the best quality you can find, and take it daily. SAM-e – is equivalent to pain relief of the NSAID’s. ASU – Helps with pain relief and improves joint function.
None of these supplements are going to work overnight. They take time. ( Joint problems progress over time, the healing takes time also). Some as long as 6 months. Start with 2, and add a third according to your comfort level, and continue until you are so improved you can go onto a maintenance routine.
Remember, you’ll need to commit to the entire plan to see the quickest results and maintain relief and flexibility for the long term. Get the guidance you need for selecting the right combination of supplements for you.
If you are interested in becoming a client with Health Restoration Consulting, we can get started today and guarantee your success. Call today. Remember, Health is a Choice.!
Carolyn Guilford is a former Critical Care Nurse, certified in Cardiology and Hematology. She consults on Diabetes and Cancer Nutrition, having matriculated the NBCCF’s Project LEAD, AASU, GSU, University of Kansas, NIH, and has earned National Certification in Nutrition consulting and wellness. Carolyn can be contacted via her website at: www.
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