Everyone wants to move freely without stiffness and discomfort – though that seems to be an inevitable consequence of growing older.
But what if you could do something natural that would help preserve your joints? Especially if it was simple and life-enhancing in other ways?
That simple solution can be found in a specific combination of herbs and other natural ingredients found in Joint Care.
The ingredients found in Joint Care optimize repair mechanisms in joint tissues and provide optimal cushioning and lubrication.* This translates into fast-acting joint comfort, flexibility and mobility.
Tips for Supporting Joint Health
- Cut back on (or better yet, eliminate) grain-derived processed foods and sugar. If you eat like most Americans, processed food products, meat, and dairy derived from these sources makes up most of your food. For a multitude of reasons, these types of foods are really bad for your joints.
- Get plenty of sleep! Sleep is when the body repairs itself. At least 7-8 hours of restful sleep is necessary for optimal maintenance of body parts.
- De-stress. The modern world is saturated with stress. Continually “running from the tiger” inhibits normal repair functions in the body and allows tissues to breaks down.
- Stay active, but not excessively active. Regular physical activity stimulates repair functions in the body and helps maintain healthy joints. Excessive physical stress, however, accelerates wear-and-tear.
- Practice yoga. Yoga stretches ligaments and enhances joint support without increasing wear & tear. Many top athletes now include yoga as an important part of their regular workout routine.
- Balance your essential fatty acids by eating plenty of fish. Use supplemental omega-3 fatty acids.
- Support your joints with natural substances like turmeric, boswellia, and glucosamine (as found in Joint Care).
Joint Care is best complemented by Krill Oil Plus.
Getting enough omega-3 fatty acids is important to keep a balanced ratio against the omega-6 fatty acids in your body. Maintaining a healthy omega-3 ratio can help reduce cartilage erosion and help thicken the synovial membrane.
Both krill oil and fish oil are great sources of omega-3 fatty acids, but krill oil has the advantage of providing the omega-3 fatty acids in easily absorbed phospholipid form, as opposed to the triglyceride form found in fish oil. In addition, krill provides astaxanthin – one of the most potent antioxidants on earth. Astaxanthin is what gives shrimp a pink color.