lubricate your joints

What Can You Take to Lubricate Your Joints?

lubricate your joints

We all know what the best thing to do is to eliminate the sound of a squeaky door or hinge. The squeaky wheel gets the grease is an old saying we all have heard before. And, the same goes for aging painful joints. Even though you might not hear them creak, joints that aren’t oiled with thick, viscous synovial fluid can become as creaky as the rusty hinges on an old door. As you age you make less of the fluid to lubricate your joints. These three steps can help lubricate your joints and keep you moving smoothly.

Move Your Joints –  Physical activity pumps more lubrication into your joints and releases more water into your lubricating fluid so it spreads over the cartilage surfaces more easily. Regularly moving your joints through their full range of motion first thing in the morning covers the cartilage nooks and crannies with pain-reducing lubricating fluid.

Feed Your Joints Healthy Fats. The same omega-3s that curb inflammation in your blood vessels also calm it down in your joints, as well. Make sure to include mackerel, salmon, trout, cod, and herring in your diet. These fish are high in the DHA form of omega-3 fatty acids. Olive oil, walnuts, and avocado also provide these essential nutrients that help lubricate your joints. Caviar, oysters and sardines are rich in omega-3s, too.

Although not as high in omega-3 as the foods listed above, many other foods contain decent amounts. These include free-range pastured eggs, omega-3-enriched eggs, meats and dairy products from grass-fed animals, hemp seeds, and vegetables like spinach and brussels sprouts.

Take a Proven Joint Supplement. Supplements with a combination of glucosamine sulfate potassium and MSM help on two fronts: They increase the fluids that lubricate your joints and decrease inflammation (and pain). With time and taking them consistently, they may even repair some osteoarthritic damage. 

How to Lubricate Your Joints with Flexcin

Flexcin is the supplement we think is the best on the market to lubricate your joints. Since 2000, it has helped people keep their joints lubricated and relieve discomfort. Flexcin contains the important ingredients CM8, glucosamine sulfate potassium, MSM, hydrolyzed collagen type II, bromelain, vitamin C, manganese, zinc, and digestive enzymes. This powerful and comprehensive combination of ingredients works in several ways. It addresses the symptoms of pain, it does not just mask them or cover them up. The ingredients work together to help reduce inflammation and lubricate the joints.

Cetyl Myristoleate (CM8)

Cetyl myristoleate is not as well known of a joint lubricating ingredient like glucosamine or MSM. However, research shows it equals or even surpasses these ingredients in the treatment of joint issues. Studies find it effective in reducing pain and inflammation caused by diseases such as bursitis, gout, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, and sports injuries.

Cetyl Myristoleate (CM8) is a natural compound that was discovered by a National Institute of Health researcher (Dr. Harry Diehl). While he was researching treatments for arthritis, he found that certain mice were immune to arthritis. The compound cetyl myristoleate was responsible for this immunity. Dr. Diehl synthesized a way to recreate the compound. Studies show it has a significant benefit in the treatment of joint pain.

At Flexcin we have been making all-natural joint care supplements since the year 2000, and have helped thousands of people find an alternative relief to their joint issues. We provide US-made supplements with powerful ingredients used as alternatives to decreasing swelling and rebuilding damaged tissue. And, we offer it at a no-risk 90-day trial. If you try Flexcin and are unsatisfied with the results after taking it for three months, simply return the empty bottles for a full refund less shipping and handling.

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