Arthritis Relief Through Proper Nutritional Support

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Arthritis Relief Through Proper Nutritional Support

Arthritis is a type of joint disease that affects the body’s joints. It can cause various complications, such as muscle weakness and skeletal abnormalities.

Joint Anatomy

The joints are composed of bones and cartilage. They are enclosed in a capsule that’s made up of connective tissue. Joints support and stabilize the bones within it.

The capsule is lined with a membrane that’s filled with a substance known as synovial fluid. This fluid helps nourish the cartilage that covers the bones within the joint.

Joint Motion

In addition, a comprehensive exercise program can help improve the quality of life for people with arthritis and other joint conditions.

For people with arthritis, a comprehensive exercise program can help improve their joint health and function. It can be performed at home or in the office.

The goal of the exercise program is to help people maintain their health and function. It can be performed at home or in the office.

Joint Irritants

The fluid that comes from the surrounding synovium is very sensitive, and it must be removed from the bloodstream to prevent it from reaching the joint.  irritants can also slow down the recovery process of people with arthritis. There are a variety of common irritants that can affect the joint.

Allergies: Allergic-reaction by-products are deposited in the joint and cause inflammation. The most common allergens are the following:

  • Eggs
  • Dairy Products
  • Grain (Primarily Wheat)
  • Peanuts
  • Sugar
  • Chocolate
  • Citrus
  • Nitrate Group (Tobacco, Potato, Tomato, Eggplant)
  • Mold

High-Fat-Diet: This particularly includes red meat, dairy products, and fried foods. They tend to increase pain and inflammation.
Leaky Gut: A gut with larger pores allows absorption of substances that are normally excreted. This will cause irritation to the joints as well as other complications.

Joint Pain Relief

Pain is relieved by improving the joint’s motion and by removing irritants. It can also be helped by the nutrients found in certain nutrients, such as magnesium and iron. These nutrients can help promote cartilage and bone healing.

Niacinamide (Vitamin B3): This nutrient is very effective for pain relief and improving joint mobility. One tablet of Relief is taken six separate times per day.

Turmeric and Inflavanoid: This is a natural herbal supplement that has provided pain relief due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic properties.

Vitamin E and E-Selenium: This fights inflammation and reduces the pain of osteoarthritis as effectively as the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs indomethacin and phenylbutazone. Vitamin E also helps to fight cartilage destruction.Fish Oils (EPA-DHA) and fatty acids (GLA): They are able to selectively block inflammatory destructive agents and allow the good anti-inflammatory agents to continue working.
This is very important when a patient has rheumatoid arthritis or any other inflammatory arthritis. The proper ratio is three EPA-DHA for every GLA capsule.

Vitamin B6 (Relief and Cortico B5-6): A B6 deficiency symptom is swelling of the synovial tissue in the joints and tendons. B6 reduces pain, swelling, tenderness, and numbness.

Vitamin B5 (Relief and Cortico B5-6) and Vitamin C (Ultra Potent-C): These give the support of the adrenal glands to produce their own cortisone, which offers anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin C (Ultra Potent C) protects the joint against erosion and acts as a lubricant for the joint.

Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite Concentrate (Cal Apatite): It has been found to increase bone density and restore bone whereas calcium alone can only slow, or at best, stop the process of bone loss. In order to absorb Ca2+ (Calcium), active vitamin D is needed in the colon. Active vitamin D is made when the skin is exposed to sunlight, or if it is taken orally in the active form. Cod liver and evening primrose oils have an active form. Typically, vitamin supplements contain inactive Vitamin D.

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