[Alert] Popular Painkillers Are EATING Your Muscles!
It’s a dangerous cycle that could land you right in a nursing home… or worse!
A terrifying new study proves that some of the top-selling painkillers around could literally cause your muscles to waste away.
No more golf… no more playing catch with the grandkids… no more walking through your home without worrying about taking a nasty fall…
It’s a frightening risk that Big Pharma would do anything to hide.
But I’ll show you EXACTLY how to keep yourself and the people you love safe.
Almost all the news these days about nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)… like ibuprofen, aspirin, and diclofenac… is bad.
And trust me – this new study is no different.
Researchers have just found that long-term use of NSAIDs can eat away your muscles and leave you weak and frail.
For the study, half of participants took 1,200 mg. of ibuprofen a day (which is a pretty normal dose if you’re dealing with chronic pain).
And it was like absolute poison for their muscles.
Even after 8 weeks of weight training, they were weaker and only gained HALF the muscle mass of folks who didn’t take ibuprofen.
Whatever spinach did for Popeye’s muscles, ibuprofen was doing the opposite.
And I haven’t even told you the worst part yet.
The folks in the study were all young and relatively healthy – and ibuprofen still destroyed their muscles.
Just imagine what it could do to seniors who have very little muscle mass to spare!
Even if you’re doing some strength training to try to keep an active lifestyle, your efforts could literally be for nothing.
If you’re taking NSAIDs to manage pain, I’m not suggesting you just quit the meds and suffer in silence.
Instead, remember that there are natural alternatives that can do exactly what NSAIDs do – attack inflammation.
One of the best inflammation-fighters around is curcumin, a compound from the spice turmeric.
You can purchase supplements from Puritan’s Pride and many other reputable sources.
Fighting For Your Health,
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health