I just became an affiliate with the Institute for Vibrant Living and I believe it fits well here.
“Institute for Vibrant Living draws upon the extensive research and proven results of our team of advisors: Bill Ruble,Jay White, Dr. Henning Ansorg, Md, and Dr. Devin A. Mikles, MD, MD(H), FACP.
All products and formulations are based on extensive research, clinical trials and case studies. All products are 100% guaranteed. Offering the highest quality line of super foods, joint health, digestion health, eye health, and much more.”
My sister and I are using several of their products with excellent results. Yes, because I am affiliate it means I will likely receive compensation for anything you purchase from here. But, I think it is worth it. AND it is a good way to support my work online.
Here is a glimpse of what it has to offer:
Both my mother and sister have significant arthritis with its joint and mobility problems and pain. I have occasional arthritis flare-ups after a lot of repetitive motion. We have ALL found ALLEVIATE to be very helpful in relieving pain and in restoring ease of motion.
I am ready to buy some of the energy greens to make the most of my summer days of activity. This is a real bargain price too!
This is just one post on the IVL Blog. It is well worth reading and learning from.
Monday, April 9, 2012 by Nancy Maneely
Integrative health guru Dr. Andrew Weil says, “The root of all degenerative diseases just may be inflammation.”
There are many ways to reduce inflammation. One is medication prescribed by your doctor. Another is following a healthy diet. Exercise is important, and so is stress reduction.
You can also try the following natural supplements which have been shown to be effective as complementary and alternative therapies to help eliminate or reduce inflammation and chronic joint pain:
- Avocado Soy Unsaponifiables (ASU) helps rebuild damaged cartilage. ASU is a specially processed form of avocado and soy oils. Eating avocado and soy will not give the same results.
- Omega-3 oils. Fish oil supplements reduce inflammation.
- Vitamin D3 improves muscle strength and physical function in patients with knee osteoarthritis who are low in Vitamin D. Low levels of Vitamin D increase pain.
- Curcumin. Turmeric has strong anti-inflammatory effects and may benefit both osteo and rheumatoid arthritis.
- Ginger reduces pain as well as ibuprofen and helps reduce inflammation.. . .
- See more at: http://healthblog.ivlproducts.com/blog/healthy-living/10-supplements-to-reduce-chronic-joint-pain#sthash.YCs2S32H.dpuf