Support Your Joints

Support Your Joints

Support joint health with a balanced diet, exercise and focused nutrition to help maintain a healthy inflammatory response. Protect those joints with a healthy lifestyle, beneficial exercise and products that promote a healthy inflammatory response, support strong cartilage tissue and encourage comfortable joint function.

General Joint Health

Healthy exercise and focused nutrition can support joint health, helping to maintain joint function.

Joint Health Information & Research

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How can you promote joint health?

Regular movement is important for joint health. For exercise that is gentle on joints, choose low-impact activities, such as swimming, biking or walking. To avoid putting excess strain on joints, it is important to maintain a healthy weight and to choose supportive shoes that provide cushion and comfort. The nutrient glucosamine serves as a building block of joint cartilage and can help to support joint structure. Inhibiting inflammation to support healthy joints is also important.

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What eases joint discomfort?

Inhibiting inflammatory factors is important to maintain joint health. The botanical combination of Chinese skullcap, white mulberry and cutch tree has been shown to promote a healthy inflammatory response. If the discomfort persists, a medical specialist can help address your concerns.

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Do some foods make joint discomfort better?

Many people find that when they switch to a healthy diet, they experience greater joint comfort. Certain foods are known to be inflammatory, such as fried foods, processed foods, refined sugar, refined carbohydrates and saturated fats. Other foods, such as omega-3-containing fatty fish, fruits, vegetables and spices, such as ginger and turmeric, can promote a healthy inflammatory response, and eating them may assist with maintaining joint comfort.

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