Build Healthy Joint Cartilage Naturally

Build Healthy Joint Cartilage Naturally

Debra Murray

 

Swollen, achy joints may occur due to the breakdown of cartilage and joint tissue as we age. This occurs from everyday wear and tear. These effects are often increased by the joints in the body being exposed to excess inflammation over the years. By reducing the effects that inflammation has on the body and encouraging the body to rebuild cartilage, pain and swelling may be reduced naturally. 

 

Reducing the Effects of Inflammation and Pain in the Joints 

 

Antioxidants and other nutrients work in the body to fight off free radicals to help reduce the damaging effects of inflammation in the body. Vitamin C, niacin, and pantothenic acid work to reduce inflammation and thus help the body to reduce pain in the joints. An herb called boswellia can increase blood flow to the joints, helping to reduce inflammation while increasing joint mobility. An ingredient called bromelaid, or bromelain, is found in pineapples and can also reduce inflammation. Ginger is also beneficial at reducing inflammation and the associated pain that often follows inflammation. 

 

Certain nutrients can protect cartilage from degenerating over time. According to results from studies published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine1 and the American Journal of Pathology2, the spice turmeric and quercetin, found in apples, help reduce inflammation while protecting cartilage from being lost. Vitamin C also has a protective benefit to cartilage. Grape seed extract can improve the strength and flexibility of collagen, which is the basis of cartilage. 

 

Rebuilding Cartilage to Reduce Pain and Swelling in Joints 

 

Collagen is used in the body to build cartilage. Chondroitin, glucosamine, and MSM are all components of healthy cartilage. Vitamin C, manganese, and an amino acid known as L-proline are all necessary nutrients to help the body create collagen to work with the other components to build healthy cartilage around joints. 

 

You can get the nutrition you need for healthy cartilage and joints through a healthy, balanced diet and nutritional supplements. When choosing nutritional supplements for your joints, it is important to choose one that contains the beneficial ingredients discussed, such as BLUESPRING Joint Support Formula. These ingredients work together to give maximum support for your body to maintain healthy and active joints. 

 

SOURCES 

  1. Nita Chainani-Wu. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. July 2004, 9(1): 161-168. https://doi.org/10.1089/107555303321223035 
  1. MA Read. The American Journal of Pathology. 1995 Aug; 147(2): 235-237. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1869815/ 

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