arthritis

STOP Arthritis Pain WITHOUT Drugs

Having arthritis can mean living in absolute agony. 

Your aching knees… painful hips… and throbbing shoulders, wrists, and fingers can take over your life. 

And each day the pain gets a little bit worse. 

But you don’t have to let arthritis get the best of you.

In fact, there’s an all-natural way to STOP joint pain at its SOURCE – and it’ll have you moving and shaking like you’re a kid again!

Even better? You can try it today!

Collagen is protein building block vital to your connective tissues and organs. 

It’s in your bones, blood vessels, muscles, cartilage, hair, nails, skin, and just about every other part of your body. 

Think of it as “the glue” that’s holding your body together.

Unfortunately, as you age, your natural collagen supply begins to dwindle. 

In fact, your body actually produces 1 percent less collagen every year after age 20!

The more your collagen depletes, the more your health suffers. 

And a major symptom of a collagen deficiency is osteoarthritis. 

But there’s hope…

Not only does collagen supplementation relieve symptoms of osteoarthritis but it helps reverse the damage already done to your joints!

Countless studies have shown that supplementing with collagen results in pain relief, reduced stiffness, and improved function. 

Even better? Supplementing with collagen can actually help you GROW NEW CARTILAGE!

Something you can’t say about NSAIDs and prescription pain killers that simply mask your pain. 

And that’s not all!

Collagen also promotes:

  • Improved heart health 
  • Increased “healthy” HDL cholesterol
  • Improved muscle strength and mass – especially for people suffering from sarcopenia
  • Increased bone density and bone health
  • Healthier skin and fewer wrinkles

Collagen supplementation can do wonders to make up for your body’s decreased supply.

Try it in powdered form (often labeled as collagen peptides or hydrolyzed collagen) mixed into drinks, soups, and smoothies. Or take it as a supplement.

Experts recommend starting at one serving a day and gradually working your way up to 2-3 servings, one with each meal.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health