When the seasons change and the weather gets colder and wetter, many people experience stiffer, achier joints. Changes in temperature and barometric pressure may cause the body to react in ways that exacerbate joint discomfort. Here are the top 3 ways the weather can affect your joints.
Omega-3 fatty acids are one of those nutrients that everyone needs, yet few of us get enough of.Your body uses them to build healthy cell membranes, regulate inflammation, and support healthy heart, brain, and eye function. Here are 5 good reasons to make sure you get your omega-3s.
If you’re like most people, you don’t think much about your joints until they start complaining. But your joints deserve attention long before they cause continuous discomfort. Prevention really is the best medicine when it comes to joint health. Check out these 9 tips for healthy joints.
Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body. It makes up 70% of the protein in your skin and 30% of the protein in the rest of the body. It's what gives your skin suppleness and keeps you looking young. It's a glue that keeps your bones and connective tissues strong and flexible. Collagen has many benefits to your body. Here are the top five.