Millions of people around the world suffer from arthritis, a form of joint disorder that involves inflammation in one or more joints. In fact, eight million people in America alone suffer from the condition…
So what's the main cause? Surprisingly, one the biggest causes of arthritis is overdoing it on high-impact workouts. Think boot camps and CrossFit. According to David T Neuman, founder of... ››› more
All hail the superpower of turmeric!
For if you didn't know, turmeric and its primary component, curcumin, are profoundly healing. As a potent anti-inflammatory, it's wonderful for managing chronic pain. Turmeric can also be helpful in easing depression, protecting the liver from oxidative stress, lowering blood cholesterol, inhibiting cancer cells, acting as an antimicrobial, and supporting br... ››› more
Turmeric grows wild in the forests of South and Southeast Asia. It's one of the key ingredients in many Pakistani, Indian, Persian and Thai dishes and has incredible medicinal value, too.
Here are some of the benefits of using turmeric as a spice, plus how to add more of it to your diet and skincare routine to optimise your health.
Twenty-five health benefits of turmeric
Turmeric is ... ››› more
Do you suffer from arthritis or achy joints? How about muscle spasms and pains? In that case, my advice to you is to stop masking the pain. Instead, I urge you to "cure" it - naturally, intuitively, and straight at the source.
Did you know, that a whole medicine cabinet full of ancient herbs, tonics, rituals, and secrets existed in nature thousands of years before modern medicine came along? Yu... ››› more
Turmeric and ginger are both brilliant anti-inflammatories and will assist with any kind of joint pain. Turmeric in particular has gotten a lot of attention lately. Its active ingredient is something called curcumin, which is a very powerful antioxidant.
In addition, curcumin lowers the levels of 2 enzymes that are responsible for causing inflammation. You can take these in a capsule form, or m... ››› more
Ginger is useful for far more than adding great flavour to different dishes. In actual fact, it's one of the best foods to help with inflammation and joint pain out there! Lots of research suggests that ginger can help alleviate joint pain and stiffness. I'll tell you more.
How you can take ginger to ease joint pain
You can buy ginger fresh, ground, crystallised or in the form of tinctures,... ››› more
Nothing's more relaxing than a warm bath. Except, perhaps, a relaxing warm detox bath that also helps cleanse your body!
If you struggle with toxins or skin issues, taking a natural oxygen detox bath is a simple, inexpensive way to claim your health and clear skin back! Here's how to do it…
Oxygen detox bath recipe
2 cups hydrogen perozide
1 tablespoon drie... ››› more
If you're not into drinking beer and prefer a glass of wine, you'd better ditch the wine and start drinking beer!
This revelation comes form a recent study published in the journal Arthritis and Rheumatology. During the study, researchers from the National Institutes of Health looked into the stats of the Nurses Health Study (NHS) and its follow Up NHS II. They wanted to know what women's rheu... ››› more
Imagine waking up to extreme pain in your joints when you're supposed to be in the prime of your life.
Well for more than 1% of the population, that's a reality. They suffer from debilitating joint pain caused by the type of arthritis that can strike when you're as young as 30 years old.
But there's a way you can protect yourself. And it all has to do with the one vitamin you get in high d... ››› more
Experts are saying coconut oil is coming out as a perfect, all-round natural remedy.
Not only is it good for your brain, a recent study on mice says it's great for joint pain too.
The study posted in the latest journal of International Immunopharmacology says when researchers injected coconut oil extract into the mice's arthritic joints, even the group receiving the smallest amount had sig... ››› more
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