The Most Effective Supplements for Easing Your Joint Pain

 

According to the Arthritis Foundation, arthritis is the leading cause of disability for adults living in the U.S. About 54 million people have been diagnosed with arthritis, and nearly 300,000 babies and children live with some form of arthritis or rheumatic condition. As you can see, joint pain impacts a large portion of the country, making it difficult for many individuals to live their healthiest, most fulfilling lives.

But joint pain doesn’t have to be inevitable, and neither does the development of arthritis. By better understanding this chronic condition, what causes joint pain and the best solutions for easing such discomfort, we can reverse these unfortunate statistics and become a healthier country.

You don’t have to let joint pain get in the way of living your best life. In this article, we’ll help you develop a broader understanding of how to ease joint pain, and how you can use certain vitamins and supplements to support a healthier body.

What causes joint pain?
Joint pain is most commonly caused by injury, impacting the ligaments and tendons that surround the joints, but that’s not the only factor. Inflammation, infection or cancer of the joints may be what’s causing the pain and discomfort, but it could also be some of your current lifestyle that’s making it more difficult to manage pain and live comfortably.

For instance, consider your day job. Are you constantly on your feet? Or, do you sit at a desk from 9 to 5, five days a week? Both of these positions can put more pressure on your joints and make your body lock up.

Your current weight may be causing discomfort as well. Excess pounds put additional stress on your weight-bearing joints like the knees and hips. If you’re overweight or obese, you’re more likely to deal with inflammation that makes your joints hurt or feel uncomfortable over time.

Some of the signs and symptoms often associated with joint pain include joint redness, swelling, stiffness, tenderness and warmth, along with limping, lost range of motion and weakness. If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s in your best interest to make adjustments to your lifestyle.

Knee, jointJoint pain can be caused by injury, inflammation, infection or cancer of the joints.

How can I ease my joint pain?
Remember: Not all joint pain is the result of an injury. Some say joint pain is a natural part of aging, but that shouldn’t necessarily be the case when you take care of your body properly. Consider the following lifestyle tips to help relieve joint pain or reduce its chance of occurring at all:

Use cold and warm compression. If your joints tend to stiffen after your fitness routine or a long day at work, spend time in the evening dedicated to cold and warm compression. Alternating between temperatures can help increase the blood flow and reduce inflammation around the joints.

Try low-impact exercise. Contrary to popular belief, exercising when your joints are stiff and uncomfortable can actually provide pain relief. It’s critical, however, that you don’t overdo it with certain types of physical activity. High-impact exercises, such as running and jumping, can indeed make pain worse and put you at greater risk for injury. Low-impact options, like swimming, water aerobics and walking, are much more ideal forms of exercise for those experiencing joint pain.

Maintain your weight. As stated previously, carrying excess weight puts too much stress on the joints and can ultimately lead to arthritis. Give your joints a break by maintaining a healthy weight based on your height and body mass index. A Hallelujah Diet Health Minister can help you get your diet back on track and introduce you to the best exercises for losing weight.

Follow a healthy diet. The processed starches, fatty meats and refined sugars you’re consuming on a daily basis are contributing to your waistline, thus constricting your joints. By contrast, a plant-based diet that’s loaded with raw fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and seeds can regulate your system and help you shed the pounds that are straining your joints.

What vitamins are good for your bones and joints?
With the right blend of vitamins and minerals, you can properly address inflammation and suppress joint pain to keep it from surfacing in the future.

According to the Arthritis Foundation, fish oil is loaded with the omega-3 fatty acids that help prevent certain enzymes from damaging the joints. It also has a reputation for reducing inflammation throughout the body. Beyond a fish oil supplement, you can also get essential omega-3 fatty acids from walnut oil, as well as chia, flax and hemp seeds.

You know that calcium is essential to the overall wellness of your bones. But did you know it’s great for optimal bone health as well? It helps release essential hormones and enzymes that keep the body in top shape. You can get calcium from greens, chia seeds and almonds.

In order for the body to regulate calcium and phosphorus, it needs an adequate amount of vitamin D. A deficiency of this essential vitamin can make the bones weak, and can ultimately impact the health of your joints as well. Spending enough time outside in the sun can ensure you get your daily dose of vitamin D, or taking a dietary supplement during the fall, winter and spring months in northern climates.

Glucosamine is a natural chemical compound found in the body that helps maintain the health of your cartilage, so you joints are cushioned and protected. If glucosamine levels drop, your joints are more likely to break down. A glucosamine supplement can ensure you sustain healthy levels of this nutrient.

Chondroitin is another naturally occurring substance that helps support the joints. Those experiencing a dip in chondroitin levels can benefit from supplementation.

Joints, kneesKeep your joints in top shape with valuable vitamins and supplements.

What are the best supplements for joint health?
We can all agree that it’s difficult to go about an everyday routine when you’re dealing with chronic joint pain. Beyond making lifestyle adjustments to your everyday habits, there are a number of Hallelujah Diet supplemental options that can make gaining your comfort back simple and effective.

Our Joint Health supplement is designed with a unique, dual-action formula that reduces inflammation from acute injuries that causes pain and supports your body’s efforts to rebuild cartilage with all natural, plant-based ingredients like curcumin, boswellia, grape seed extract, astaxanthin and avocado-soy-unsaponifiables.

The Arthritis Support System is valuable set of essential supplements that can provide your body with the resources it needs to rebuild and restore over time. The kit includes BarleyMax, FiberCleanse, Serrapeptase and the Joint Health supplement.

Another beneficial supplement for reducing acute inflammation in the body is Hallelujah Diet Bio-Curcumin. The active extract of the turmeric spice, curcumin, is one of the most beneficial ingredients for counteracting acute inflammation. This supplement can supply the body with free radical–fighting nutrients to protect against cancers and block off dozens of genetic pathways to inflammation throughout the body.

Our levels of silica in the body decreases as we age.  Silica, when supplemented in the right form boosts the production of collagen and helps to rebuild cartilage in joints to support natural pain-free joint function. Try Hallelujah Diet Orgono Silica.

Beyond considering our valuable supplements, you can benefit from following a plant-based eating regimen like the Hallelujah Diet. With an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables that are nutrient-dense, you can reduce inflammation in the body and help rebuild your bones and cartilage. Not only will this help reduce pain overtime, but it’ll contribute to your overall wellness and healthy aging.

Join us on the path to better health today and rebuild and restore your joints with a combination of helpful supplements and our plant-based diet.

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7 comments

  1. I get such conflicting news on “good” carbs versus “bad” carbs. I know the plant kingdom is healthy, but are there some plant foods that are considered unhealthy high carb? Ex. Potatoes. Also, are all raw nuts and seeds healthy or should I avoid some of these? Beans and legumes are another food group, not sure which is best. Does HA endorse organic whole grains and if so, how much? I juice carrots and drink along with barley green. Don’t carrots have a high amount of sugar? I know it’s natural, but so is fruit and you say to limit fruit to 15% of your diet. Just trying to “manage” carbs and sugars in my diet. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!

    • Hi Angie,
      You are wise to be conscientious with your carbohydrate intake! Carbohydrates break down into sugar (excluding the fiber). Excess sugar is detrimental to health. The Hallelujah Diet warns people of consuming too much sweet fruit. Even beans, peas and some vegetables can be high in carbs. And even though the Hallelujah Diet approves things like honey and maple syrup (unless a person is fighting something very serious) those items are to be eaten rarely and sparsely. The Hallelujah Diet has never taken a stance on exact amounts of foods to consume. It is a concept of 85% raw and 15% cooked and Olin Idol has stated that everyone must monitor their own blood sugar.
      I am a person who is highly sensitive to sugar…(carbs) in ANY form. When I first started on the Hallelujah Diet, I drank carrot juice and immediately got a full-blown yeast infection. (That is a whole story in itself.) Straight carrot juice has too much sugar for me to drink on a regular basis. In their beginning, the HD recommended straight carrot juice. They have changed that to 2/3 carrot and 1/3 greens. It appears that some people can tolerate carrot juice while others cannot.
      HD does not recommend peanuts or soy. They do allow potatoes and sweet potatoes.
      There are two recipe books by Kim Wilson currently on Sale at HD. I highly recommend them both. One is for mainly cooked foods and the other raw.

  2. Thank you for this great article. I know so many people with joint pain. Such a great resource to share with them.

  3. It makes sense that low-impact exercising is helpful, but high impact exercise can be harmful to the joints.

    I’m glad Hallelujah Diet offers natural supplements that help support joint health and eliminate pain.

    • Angie, Good questions, it can be confusing.

      Hallelujah Diet has a recipe book called Less Is Enough and a webinar by the same name. The recipe book is excellent for making blended salads and smoothies with foods that are low in natural sugar. The links for those are: https://shop.myhdiet.com/less-enough.html and https://shop.myhdiet.com/less-is-enough-webinar/.

      The Hallelujah Diet does teach whole grain bread is better than refined grains. I would study the ingredients in the bread to be sure it doesn’t include sugar or bad oils if you are purchasing the bread. However, many people are sensitive to gluten. I personally would limit my bread to 2 slices daily, but if I had gluten sensitivity, I wouldn’t eat bread.

      Some people eat too much fruit, beans, pasta bread or nuts and seeds. It is good to have variety and balance in your diet.

  4. Thanks for all the great information. The use of Joint Health, Biocurcumen and Silica have helped tremendously in easing the joint discomfort I have. And we have to use wisdom with our diet and exercise routine. It all works together!

  5. Great Blog. I started water aerobics this summer and ithelps with my joints and I like the excerising. Doing portions of the HD diet has helped us too, we eliminated the sugars and not eating any red meat and we have seen some good results. We take the different supplements and it has helped us too. Thanks again.

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