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Joint Pain

Top 4 ways to reduce muscle and joint pain

Posted February 27, 2014

It seems that nearly everyone is dealing with some sort of muscle or joint pain. We often blame it on getting old, too much physical work or exercise, or other phantom factors that we obviously don’t understand. Regardless of our notion of how it happened, we all really want it to go away. Here are some simple solutions to start.

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‘Exciting implications for knee joints’: Glucosamine plus chondroitin may reduce joint space narrowing

Posted February 20, 2014

Two years of daily supplementation with a combination of glucosamine and a low molecular weight chondroitin sulfate may significantly reduce joint space narrowing in the knee, says a new study from the University of Sydney, Australia.

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Suffer from joint pain? Try collagen

Posted January 6, 2014

According to Medical News Today, collagen is one of the most necessary amino acids in the body. About 30 percent of the body’s proteins are collagen-based. There are 28 forms of collagen, each responsible for various processes in the body. Although collagen is most famous for its skin-healing benefits, collagen is essential for relieving joint pain as well.

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A commercialized dietary supplement alleviates joint pain in community adults: a double-blind, placebo-controlled community trial

Posted November 26, 2013

The purpose of this study was to assess the effect of 8-weeks ingestion of a commercialized joint pain dietary supplement (InstaflexTM Joint Support, Direct Digital, Charlotte, NC) compared to placebo on joint pain, stiffness, and function in adults with self-reported joint pain. InstaflexTM is a joint pain supplement containing glucosamine sulfate, methylsufonlylmethane (MSM), white willow bark extract (15% salicin), ginger root concentrate, boswella serrata extract (65% boswellic acid), turmeric root extract, cayenne, and hyaluronic acid.

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Novel keratin ingredient may relieve joint pain and stiffness: RCT data

Posted September 17, 2013

Daily intake of a keratin-based dietary supplement may provide relief for the symptoms of knee osteoarthritis, suggest results of a clinical trial published in the Journal of Dietary Supplements.

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Two Best-Kept Secrets to End Joint Pain For Life

Posted August 13, 2013

To relieve nagging joint pain, people will try everything from swimming in the Dead Sea to taking a whole host of pharmaceutical and OTC drugs. And while these remedies are sometimes known to produce temporary results, they don’t solve the underlying problem. The truth is, there are only two things you need to know to end your joint pain for life. These two tips go hand-in-hand, and are the two best-kept secrets for healing joint pain from the inside out.

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Arthritis 101: 3 Tips That Can Save Your Joints

Posted May 10, 2013

Arthritis and inflammation of the joints causes real pain — and nearly 30 million Americans have to deal with it daily. 27 million of us deal with pain and stiffness from the wear-and-tear of osteoarthritis, where the cartilage that covers and cushions the ends of your bones becomes thin or disappears, and your bones rub together and hurt.

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Black bean broth: Treatment for arthritis, gout and joint pain

Posted May 10, 2013

Treatments for arthritis and gout, such as home remedies like black bean broth, offer antioxidant protection, lower uric acid levels, reduce pain and inflammation, and should be made part of your home remedy arsenal.

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Beyond Arthritis Pills Other Therapies That Work

Posted May 4, 2013

I’ve talked with you in the past about using supplements like glucosamine sulfate and chondroitin sulfate for the pain of osteoarthritis instead of taking traditional pain killers or anti-inflammatory drugs. But if you have arthritis there are other therapies you can, and should, use as well – no matter which form of medication you take.

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3 Easy Dietary Ways to Ease Joint Pain

Posted January 17, 2013

Dietary changes really can help to ease arthritis pain, whether you have osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis, by reducing inflammation in your body. You might not feel the benefits for 6 weeks or more but you may continue to improve for many months. So be patient!

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