Vitamin C and Arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that leads to inflammation of the lining of the joints, resulting in destruction and deformity of the affected joints.
It was recently reported in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases that eating foods high in Vitamin C seems to offer significant protection against the disease.
Good News: Magnesium Fights Inflammation
In another study of more than 3700 postmenopausal women, magnesium was found to have dramatic anti-inflammatory properties. Researchers also noticed that inflammation on the artery walls was minimized in patients who increased their magnesium intake. This is good news in the fight against painful inflammation.
Collagen: Critical for Joint Health
Collagen is what keeps it all together. Your body manufactures this critical tissue at all times, restoring it where needed. As you age your collagen supplies are depleted, causing problems with deteriorating joints and muscle. In various forms of arthritis, most pain is found in the joints. Collagen deficiency allows loss of lubrication and cushion in cartilage in your joints, causing inflammation and pain.
JointFlex Pro Brings it All Together for Joint Health
You can’t reap the many joint health benefits of these essential vitamins and minerals without consuming them. Unfortunately, the modern American diet with all of its processed food is greatly lacking. JointFlex Pro can provide the nutrients essential for joint comfort and health, containing:
Magnesium to reduce inflammation
Vitamin C to promote joint health
Collagen to support joint tissue