Some simple tips to reduce inflammation and joint pain when you age.

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shoulder_pain_reduced Some simple tips to reduce inflammation and joint pain when you age. Part of getting older is how we feel. For most of us, aging brings additional joint and other aches that seem to just come with the aging process. Not only do we look older, our bodies are just not as flexible or tolerant of the things we want to do. There is some science behind why we feel like we do as we age, and inflammation and the bio markers behind it are shown to be the real reason behind heart attacks and many other problems we experience as we age. Once we get past the cholesterol myth, and the statins that more of us seem to be taking lately which by the way also cause your muscle to ache, the real science suggests that reducing inflammation is the key to feeling better. Of course, chiropractic helps many people, however, there may be other sources of why you hurt including vitamin D3 deficiency, lack of calcium or magnesium and of course, dietary foods that are generally white and cause inflammation. I found a great article that puts this into perspective. Check it out here

Brad Hoppmann | April 11, 2015 at 8:30 am

As we grow older, we notice body aches and pains we never used to never have ... in places we never knew could hurt! This pain may come either early or later in life. For the lucky few, it might not come at all. The body is made up of joints, and this interlocking system within us allows us to move the way we do. When we can perform all sorts of physical movements, we can take them for granted. But one day, we might find it difficult to move without the agony of pain. Though there can be numerous reasons for joint pain and body aches,inflammation is the No.1 most-likely candidate. Inflammation is the body's response to infection or injury. Often it goes away once the body has healed and normal tissue function has returned. But if it persists, these "growing" pains can affect us physically and mentally, making us feel helpless. However, in many cases it's possible to ease the suffering. So today, I want to share with you a quick and easy way to prevent and improve joint pain. First, let's meet two molecules that provide healthy cartilage in and around joints. I recently came across a study said to be the first randomized controlled trial to test the effects ofglucosamine and chondroitin on inflammation. Here's how they work ... read more