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Arthritis affects more Canadian adults than cancer, heart disease, respiratory conditions and spinal cord trauma1. Osteoarthritis, the most common of all arthritic conditions, strikes 1 in 10 Canadians and is among the most commonly diagnosed chronic condition in this country today2.
Some say Osteoarthritis is the result of simple wear and tear. The body’s ability to regenerate bone and connective tissue simply cannot keep up with demand and, over time, degeneration occurs. Although this may in part be true, ‘the process contributing to osteoarthritis appears to be able to be stopped and even reversed’3,4. Furthermore, bone and joint degeneration are NOT an inevitable part of aging, and there are measures that can be taken to safeguard your mobility for a lifetime.
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• Why the most common treatment for joint pain is actually doing more harm than good
• Why glucosamine ISN’T the best alternative
• Nature’s answer to the joint pain problem and our experts #1 recommendation to STOP pain and start to HEAL your joints
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL STUDY: Glucosamine is a popular natural health product used for joint pain, but glucosamine only does half the job, half the time. When you have pain, you want to be sure your remedy will work. A recent meta-analysis conducted by the British Medical Journal indicates glucosamine does not offer any relevant relief from pain, and went on to report that in spite of glucosamine’s popularity, the benefits of glucosamine-based products amount to little more than a placebo effect5. Click here to get your copy of this study.
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ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DIET: “Diet and nutrition are now recognized as being fundamental to the prevention and treatment of arthritis” writes Dr. Kelly Upcott, ND, an expert in the natural treatment of joint pain. “There are three nutritional elements to managing arthritis and inflammatory conditions naturally – healing the digestive tract, reducing our bodies pro-inflammatory reactions, and alkalinizing our system.”
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The content and opinions expressed in this article are the professional and/or personal view or opinion of the author only. Opinions expressed should not be construed as medical advice, and the article’s content is not a substitute for direct, personal, professional medical care and diagnosis. Individuals should always consult with their health care provider before beginning or changing any treatment program.
1. Arthritis Society of Canada Statistics, http://www.arthritis.ca/local%20programs/ontario/advocacy/prevalence/default.asp?s=1
2. Arthritis Society of Canada Statistics, http://www.arthritis.ca/local%20programs/ontario/advocacy/prevalence/default.asp?s=1
3. Encyclopaedia of Natural Medicine by Michael Murray, ND and Joseph Pizzorono, ND Published by Three Rivers Press 1998
4. JH Bland and SM Cooper, “Osteoarthritis: A review of the cell biology involved and evidence for reversibility: Management rationally related to known genesis and pathophysiology” Sem Arthr Rheum 14 (1984): 106-33
5. BMJ 2010;341:c4675 doi:10.1136/bmj.c4675
6. Komal Mehta1, Jayesh Gala2, Surendra Bhasale3, et al. Comparison of glucosamine sulfate and a polyherbal supplement for the relief of osteoarthritis of the knee: a randomized controlled trial BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2007, 7:34 doi:10.1186/1472-6882-7-34
7. Journal of the American College of Nutrition May 2007
8. Journal of the American College of Nutrition May 2007
9. Statistics Canada – http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/82-625-x/2010001/article/11137-eng.htm
10. Statistics Canada – http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/82-625-x/2010001/article/11137-eng.htm