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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Arthritis Is …

Arthritis literally means joint inflammation. Arthritis is not a single disease. Arthritis refers to a group of more than 100 rheumatic diseases and other conditions that can cause pain, stiffness and swelling in the joints. Any part of your body can become inflamed or painful from arthritis. Some rheumatic conditions can result in debilitating, even life-threatening complications or may affect other parts of the body including the muscles, bones, and internal organs.
The two most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis can affect anyone at any age, including children. The incidence of arthritis increases with age, but nearly three out of every five sufferers are under age 65. If left undiagnosed and untreated, many types of arthritis can cause irreversible damage to the joints, bones, organs, and skin.
Garlic is another effective remedy for arthritis. It contains an anti-inflammatory property which accounts for its effectiveness in the treatment of this disease.
Since obesity is increasingly viewed by researchers as a chronic state of low-grade inflammation, the inflammation-related benefits of garlic's 1, 2-DT may eventually be extended into the clinical area of obesity.

Garlic, a food rich in sulfur, plays an essential role in collagen production. Collagen is needed to form cartilage tissue, which cushions joints. The problem is that sulfur levels tend to be lower in arthritic joints than in healthy joints, and the body cannot produce sulfur on its own; therefore, sulfur intake must come from dietary sources. The sulfur in garlic helps to repair cartilage and reduce muscle and joint pain by producing an anti-inflammatory analgesic effect on the affected joints.

The TONIC Nutritional Garlic Supplement contains concentrated amounts of organic garlic providing All The power of garlic - Absolutely no garlic breath and odor

Nutritional supplements may react adversely with o-t-c and prescription medications. Consult your doctor about including nutritional supplements in your health-care regime. 

This is not medical advice or medicine. Consult a licensed health care provider for diagnosis and treatment of all medical concerns.

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