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Tips for Healthy Joints

Let's face it…

Those nagging reminders of growing older are no fun, whether it's that aching back, those creaky knees, those stiff and painful fingers, or that "hitch in your git-along"…

All that "wear and tear" endured by your body's 230 joints over the years often starts catching up with you by the age of 40 or 50.

How Many Americans are Affected by Joint Pain?

A staggering 21 million American adults suffer from these common but painful joint concerns. Even worse than that, the number of sufferers is expected to grow by 33% by the year 2030.

These joint pains can make it difficult to perform everyday activities like climbing stairs, cleaning house, even opening a jar… or put a stop to enjoyable pastimes like golfing, traveling, or playing with the grandkids.

Does Joint Pain Have to be Inevitable Part of Aging?

If you suffer from joint-pain related issues, you're not alone.

"For many people, age-related joint pain is not just an annoyance, but a truly serious matter that affects their day-to day life," says David Brownstein, M.D., one of the nation's foremost medical physicians who use predominantly natural strategies.

Yet Dr. Brownstein would argue that age-related joint pain do NOT have to be a natural part of the aging process.

What are Some Natural Tips for Reducing Joint Pain?

Joint pain is a common issue amongst people when they get older. But, just because you are aging does not mean that you have to have suffer with joint pain problems forever. You can age without pain in your joints.

Dr. Brownstein has released 5 holistic tips for reducing the effect of aching joints on your life.

Tip 1: Stay Active

You need to move and you need to exercise. This does not mean you have to go to a gym or do anything strenuous. Exercise can be as simple as walking. If you just keep movement going in your life, the joints will function much better.

Tip 2: Eat a Healthy Diet

Eating a healthy diet comes down to two things:
  1. Drinking Plenty of Water
  2. Avoiding Refined Foods (such as refined sugar, salt, flour and oil)
It also helps to eat a whole foods diet. A whole foods diet consists of a lot of natural fruits & vegetables and lean meats. Eating a whole foods diet supplies both the body and the joints with the right nutrients to maintain optimal health.

Editor's Note: For a Limited Time, Dr. Brownstein is Sharing All of His Joint Health Tips in His New Video. Go Here to View It Now.



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