joint health

Glucosamine supplement for joint

Glucosamine supplement for joint

nutritionist 25/11/2016 0
Glucosamine is a compound that is found naturally in the cartilage and fluid around the joints. It acts as a natural shock-absorber and joint lubricant to accommodate movement...
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Move Your Body To Improve Joint Flexibility

Move Your Body To Improve Joint Flexibility

nutritionist 20/10/2015 0
Arthritis is characteristically associated with limited range of motion. To preserve your current range of motion, you should routinely put each joint through its full range o...
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Spice Up Your Joint!

Spice Up Your Joint!

nutritionist 09/07/2014 0
Turmeric, the yellow spice are commonly used in Indian dishes, contains a phytochemical called Curcumin that may be able to reduce arthritis pain. Studies suggest that Curcumi...
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Healthy Weight For Healthy Joint

Healthy Weight For Healthy Joint

nutritionist 26/06/2014 0
Being overweight increases the load that you put on your joints especially knees, hips and ankles with every step you take. Study found that heavy adults with knee osteoarthri...
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Exercise Strengthens Joint Functions

Exercise Strengthens Joint Functions

nutritionist 22/10/2013 0
Joint pain can be caused by many different factors, include wear and tear, injury and osteoarthritis.  Will exercise aggravate joint pain? No. Exercise such as brisk walking c...
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Natural Joint Pain Relief

Natural Joint Pain Relief

nutritionist 22/10/2013 0
Shark cartilage is an excellent source of nutrients vital for optimum joint health. Shark cartilage contains the purest form of Mucopolysaccharides, the essential component fo...
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Joint Food.

Joint Food.

nutritionist 13/08/2010 0
Foods high in antioxidants such as fruits and vegetables can help to fight off free radicals which may damage our joints. Omega-3 fatty acids have natural anti-inflammation pr...
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Stretch and Flex.

Stretch and Flex.

nutritionist 13/08/2010 0
Regular stretching helps keep muscles and joints strong and reduce the incidence of injury. To increase your joint’s current range of motion, the surrounding muscles have to b...
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