10 Tips To Reduce Joint Inflammation, Promote Joint Recovery, and Support Long-term Joint Health

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www.joint-mender.com 1) Reversing Damage – Years of stressful living caused damage to your body. To help reverse this, JointMender releases hundreds of phytonutrients that act at the molecular level to heal joint injuries and restore suppleness by delivering targeted nutrition, reducing pain and inflammation, stimulating circulation and metabolic heat, lubricating joints, promoting cellular regeneration, and preventing auto-immune response. 2) Maintaining a Healthy Weight — By maintaining a healthy and reasonable weight, you will decrease the load on your joints. This reduces further wear and tear of your cartilage. Weight loss reduces joint pain and helps prevent the progression of Osteoarthritis. Weight loss of only 15 pounds can cut knee pain in half for overweight individuals with Arthritis. Losing as few as 11 pounds can cut the risk of developing knee Osteoarthritis by 50 percent in women. 3) Avoiding Food High in Purines – Uric Acid is found in high-purine food. High levels of Uric Acid triggers joint pain and aggravates Gout and Arthritis. You should avoid eating internal organs such as heart, liver, and kidneys. Refrain from using sea salt and replace it with regular iodized salt in your daily diet because sea salt increases Uric Acid levels. You should also avoid excessive intake of chicken, beef, pork, seafood, fish, beans, oatmeal, wheat germ, asparagus, peas, spinach, and mushrooms. These food items have purine content, though not in high levels. 4) Avoiding

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  1. auggiedoggy says:

    Also for calcium, I drink almond milk. One cup provides 30% of the RDA.

  2. auggiedoggy says:

    Low-purine diet = BORING!!! Too many healthy foods are eliminated. What is left to eat? :o(

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