You get out of the bed in the morning and your body sounds like a freshly poured bowl of milk and Rice Crispies. For some, the snaps, cracks, and pops that your joints make may seem normal…for others, disconcerting. Could there be something else at play?
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a popular supplement as well as topical cream proposed to positively contribute to joint health and skincare.
Are the rumors true or is just hype around another supplement?
Let’s dive into what it is and how it is used…
Unless you’re super-human, you’ve probably noticed that your body just doesn’t behave and bounce back from setbacks like it used to.
It’s easy to notice the changes that we can feel and see, like the “quick” workout routine that now leaves you sore for days or the amount of extra care and products it takes to keep your hair, skin or nails strong and healthy.
We don’t need to remind you that omega-3 fatty acids are popular nutrients these days due to their benefits not only in joint health, but also immune, cardiovascular, and brain health, too.
Amongst the plethora of omega-3 options, you might have seen omega-6 fatty acids thrown into the mix…but how are they different? Is one better than the other? Should you be consuming the same amount of each?
Let’s dig in and answer those questions…
If you’ve been reaping the benefits of krill oil for a while, your friends and family have probably asked at least one of the following questions:
- Krill? What’s that?
- Is krill oil different than fish oil?
- Why take krill oil?
If you’re new to krill oil, then you’ve probably stumbled upon Artic Flex by doing a Google-search of those questions.
Look no further.
Have you ever wondered whether your back discomfort is originating from somewhere other than your back?
Such is the case for an estimated 15% to 30% of people with chronic low back pain, for whom their primary source of dysfunction is actually the sacroiliac (SI) joint. Often overlooked, this joint can lead to significant impairments if it becomes injured or damaged because we rely on this joint for so much of our day-to-day function.
Do you get confused by the terms tendon and ligament? If so, you are not alone.
These two types of connective tissue tend to be used interchangeably by many because they are, in fact, similar. Yet, they do have different and essential functions. d
Holiday parties and summer BBQs are times when we come together to share great food with coworkers, friends, and family.
For those of us trying to maintain a healthy diet, these gatherings can be a little stressful because while the “great” food present is delicious, it’s often not the most nutritious.
We all want to be on the fast track to better health, joint pain relief, and reduced inflammation!
Making smart food choices is key to managing our symptoms and improving our health especially when our body is experiencing inflammation.
Unfortunately, inflammation is inevitable and unavoidable. We experience it when we’re physically and mentally stressed, injured, and as we age.
Regardless of your activity level, you are a being that moves every day.
We often think of muscles as being the sole movers of the body due to their ability to produce strength and power, but much more goes into the act of moving.
If you’ve been experiencing joint discomfort–whether for a short period or over the long-term–you know all too well that when your joint hurts, you are limited in what you can and can’t do.
After all, joints are a system of bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles, cartilage, and bursae. An entire joint may be affected if even one of those parts is injured or inflamed.