Natural Joint Health as You Age

Our ability to move freely depends on healthy joints. When we’re young and active, it’s easy to take our joints for granted. But as we get older, it’s common for our joints to wear down, creating discomfort and inhibiting our movement. Attention to movement and exercise, appropriate diet, and joint supplements often forecast joint health. In fact, joint relief supplements often come with ingredients such as glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM, and herbs like turmeric. Lubrication of the inner workings of joints accompanies a unique supplement made of esterified fatty acids.

Here are three natural ways you can support your joint health and target joint relief as you age.

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Get Out for a Walk Every Day

It seems counterintuitive: if your joints are uncomfortable, get moving. But staying active helps keep your joints lubricated and increases circulation, helping deliver oxygen and nutrients to the joints while removing cellular waste. It also strengthens your muscles, tendons, and ligaments, which support the joints and take pressure off them during movement. Be intentional with joint relief in sight. Start slow if you have to, with just ten minutes of walking a day, and work up to 30 minutes.

Walking outside in the sunshine will also help you get your vitamin D. Not only is vitamin D essential for healthy bones, but emerging research suggests it may also be important for joint health. Several studies have found that those with joint health issues also tend to be low in vitamin D. Consider taking a supplement, like Natural Factors Vitamin D3, to cover your bases. Combine this with a glucosamine chondroitin supplement, if you like.

 

Follow a Joint-Healthy Diet

What’s the best diet for joints? Research points to the Mediterranean diet.

This diet is full of fruits, veggies, herbs, and spices that are naturally rich in antioxidants and polyphenols, which help reduce oxidative stress and support a healthy inflammatory response. It also favors fish, nuts, and olive oil, which are high in healthy fats, such as omega-3 fatty acids. Studies also show people who eat more fish are more likely to enjoy joint health than those who eat less.

Of course, following a Mediterranean diet also means avoiding problem foods, such as refined carbs, fried foods, vegetable oils, and red and processed meats. Can you really expect joint relief without the effort?

 

Supplements for Healthy Joints

Looking for extra support? Consider joint support supplements.

One of the most well-known combinations is glucosamine and chondroitin — components of normal joint cartilage that tend to naturally decline with age. Taking them provides the body with the building blocks for new cartilage tissue. They are sometimes combined with MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), a sulfur compound naturally found in cartilage tissue.

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Other supplements provide support for a healthy inflammatory response, with herbal antioxidants or omega-3 fatty acids. One of the best herbs for joints is turmeric, a spice that has been well-studied for supporting joint health.

For a comprehensive approach that includes all of these try OsteoMove®. This synergistic relief formula combines structure-supporting ingredients like glucosamine, chondroitin, and MSM with antioxidant support from plant-based polyphenols, turmeric, and boswellia to support healthy joint structure, function, and mobility. Happily, it gives you the desired improvement of flexibility with just 2 tablets per day. After all, when your frame gets all this care, joint relief must be just around the corner.

Celadrin®, a clinically tested joint supplement made from esterified fatty acids, is a “cellular lubricant” that has been clinically shown to support joint flexibility and mobility. Need more slippery knee, elbow, and back joints?

Remember: walk, eat right, supplement for your joints.

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