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The Truly Special (Vitamin) K

Chances are, you already know that dark green leafy vegetables are good for you. They’re crammed with fiber, minerals, and vitamins that help your body stay healthy. You might’ve heard that vitamin K is one of those helpful nutrients. But do you know everything vitamin K does? And did you know that it can fend off diabetes?
at least one researcher has evidence that lack of K plays a role in prostate, leukemia and other cancers, and dementia. In recent years, scientists have discovered that vitamin K also fights inflammation.

MSM Rescues Joints From Pain

Most people with arthritis are deficient in naturally-occurring sulfur compounds which the body needs to maintain strong connective tissue and mediate the nerve impulses that transmit pain. MSM is a potent sulfur compound found in vegetables, fruit, animals and grains. It’s also available in higher concentrations as a supplement.

Boswellia Relieves Joint Pain Fast

Imagine taking an extract of this herb for a single week and feeling results–with virtually no side effects!

Your Joints Need D, The Sunshine Vitamin

In a perfect world, we’d all get enough vitamin D from sunshine, the very best source of D. When the sun’s rays shine on our skin, our body synthesizes vitamin D, which it then uses to build for strong bones and healthy joints. If you’re not getting 10 minutes of sunshine daily on most of your skin–or taking a supplement–you easily could be “D-ficient.”

Cartilage Loves Glucosamine

The joint supplement glucosamine has been examined in more than 300 studies–including more than 20 double-blind clinical trials in people with arthritis. Overall, it has shown itself to be exceptionally successful at relieving pain and improving symptoms in up to 95% of people who have used it.

Turmeric Spices Up Arthritis Pain Relief

Turmeric, the spice that gives curry its yellow-orange color, packs a powerful anti-inflammatory punch, making it an important supplement in The Arthritis Healing Diet.

Arnica: A Proven Arthritis Pain-Reliever

When your joints are hurting, it is safe to consider arnica cream a soothing and effective choice.

Take GLA For Flexible Joints

Ever wish you had an oil can to lube your stiff, creaky joints? Gamma-linoleic acid (GLA) does just that.

Good Bugs Fight Arthritis

The beneficial bacteria in yogurt, especially lactobacillus acidophilus, has been proven to dramatically lower inflammation, a big plus for people with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Treat Your Arthritis “Gingerly”

The ability of ginger to quell inflammatory compounds in the body makes it a natural for people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis (RA) or osteoarthritis (OA).

Bromelain: Pineapple’s Painkiller

Bromelain, an enzyme found in the stem of pineapple, works like heavy-duty anti-inflammatory pharmaceutical drugs, but without the side effects.

A Little Fishy Joint Pain-Relief

In addition to eating fish, you can provide your body with a concentrated supply of omega-3 fatty acids via little fish oil capsules.

Do You Need An Arthritis Supplement?

At My Healing Kitchen, we believe in the power of food to relieve and reverse your arthritis. However, sometimes you need an extra boost from a concentrated source of an arthritis healing nutrient.