Joint Support

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Joint support refers to a combination of nutrients that protect a connective tissue and cartilage from constant wear and tear.

Cherries, canned salmon, oatmeal, walnuts, turmeric, and kale can help you strengthen your joints.

Carbs, sugars, dairy products, salt preservatives, corn oil, fried and processed foods trigger pain in joints.

Injury, cartilage breakdown, arthritis, osteoporosis, and sprains may cause pain in joints.

Go for the products derived from natural resources.Choose supplements that have a clear label attached to them.Make sure that the supplement contains glucosamine and chondroitin.Always read the reviews before buying a supplement.Ensure that the supplement addresses the issue of wearing away of cartilage and joints.

No, as long as you know your limitations. Start off with light hand weights and bicep curls. Lift no more than 5 lbs. Slowly, build your endurance levels and reach up to 8-10 pounds. You can also do it under the sea with foam dumbbells. Hold them in your hands and drag them downwards. Increase the weight to work your shoulders, back, arms, and chest.