If there is one thing we cannot escape, it is aging, and the effect it has on our body. Let’s face it, it is inevitable, and tons of health conditions will start popping out. For most people, this starts off with a slower metabolism, memory loss, muscle and joint pains, and everything else.
Living a long, healthy and active life will surely leave some wear and tear mark on your joints and tendons, and while some people can live with this pain, others barely complete their daily tasks. The most common thing that people turn to in these dark times are painkillers, but while they provide a temporary relief from the pain and strain, they are not a permanent solution to the problem.
That is why in this article we are going to introduce you to a remedy that will not only numb the pain more effectively than a painkiller, but it will also work its magical properties to help alleviate the pain in the long run and treat the problem.
Ingredients you will need:
- 2 cups of chopped Pineapple
- 1 teaspoon of Cinnamon Powder
- 2 teaspoons of unflavored Gelatin
- 1 cup of Oatmeal
- 8 ounces of crushed Sweet Almonds
- 8 ounces of Water
- 1 teaspoon of Organic Honey
Start off by cooking the oatmeal for 10 minutes, before letting it cool down for a moment. Once done, add the other ingredients in a blender along with the oatmeal, and mix everything together well. After ending up with a smooth consistency, drink 2 glass of the mixture every day for 15 days straight. Drink the first glass in the morning on an empty stomach, and the second one in the afternoon after lunch.
Having healthy muscles and joints in these late years doesn’t mean you have to exercise constantly, but it does mean that you should follow a healthy and balanced diet. That is why, we have made a list of advices and a few things you need to change now, in order to avoid such problems in your late years:
1. Stay Hydrated
Our bodies have synovial fluids which lubricate and reduce friction between the tissues and cartilages. Therefore, staying hydrated synthesizes the synovial fluid.
2. Take Vitamin C
Increasing the intake of vitamin C will prevent the process which causes inflammation to take place in our body in the first place. Consume more broccoli, oranges, strawberries, tomatoes, and other fruits and veggies rich in vitamin C.
3. Eat More Allium Vegetables
Allium vegetables are loaded with sulfur, and this is essential when it comes to forming collagen and other nutrients which our bones, tendons, joints and ligaments need.
4. Take More Protein
The best way to increase the amount of proteins we take is by consuming meat, as they are loaded not only with protein, but with essential nutrients as well. This will provide the body with the required amino acids which will synthesize the cartilage and speed up the recovery time of lesions.
5. Eat Bluefish
In order to prevent inflammation, eat more bluefish. This also prevents negative effects of oxidative processes which take place during exercise on the body’s cell membranes. Bluefish is best when consumed at least twice a week, and the best sources are said to be salmon, sardines and tuna.