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The Crimes We Make Against Our Joints

According to the Center for Disease Control, over 54 million adults in America suffer from achy joints. Drinking cherry juice for older adults. This means 1 in 4 adults experience joint pain daily. But there are simple things you can do to protect your joints and reduce pain naturally.

Check out these 10 simple things you can do that will make a big difference.  

#1: Carrying Extra Weight

Losing weight not only helps you to look and feel better but will reduce strain on your joints. Every extra of pound you have above your ideal weight, puts four times the stress on your knees.

Losing just a few of those extra pounds will give your knees relief. In fact, research suggests that reducing your weight by 11 pounds decreases your risk of osteoarthritis by 50 percent.

#2: Too Much Standing or Sitting

Neither standing all day nor sitting all day is good for your joints. When possible, alternative between the two. By alternating between sitting and standing throughout the day helps to keep your joints flexible.

#3: Not Seek Out Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Did you know certain foods help to reduce inflammation naturally? For example, research reveals drinking tart cherry juice daily helps to reduce inflammation and soothes joint pain due to arthritis naturally. Drink a glass of tart cherry juice daily to enjoy pain-free days.

#4: Wearing High Heals

Unless you’re a fashion model, skip the high heels. The higher the heels of the shoes you wear, the more your thigh muscles have to strain to keep your knees straight. This causes your knees to twist and over can wear down the cartilage in your knees, leading to arthritis pain.

#5: Cracking Your Knuckles

While cracking your knuckles may not lead to arthritis in your hands or knuckles, it does cause your hands to swell. The popping noise you hear when you crack your knuckles is can be due to the bubbles in your joint fluid bursting. In addition, to the swelling of your hands, cracking knuckles may lead to a decrease in the strength of your grip over time.

#6: Carrying a Heavy Bag

Whether it is a purse or gym bag, constantly carrying a heavy bag on one shoulder can throw off your balance. When you carry a heavy load on only one side of your body, it tends to twist and pull on your muscles and joints. This may lead to a painful future.

#7: Smoking and Tobacco

Did you know smoking and chewing tobacco reduces blood flow? Tobacco users may experience reduced bone mass. This is due to the fact tobacco breaks down estrogen, a vital hormone needed for healthy bones. Healthy bones and joints are vital to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

#8: Not Getting Enough Sleep

A recent study revealed individuals who don’t get enough sleep tend to feel more pain. During sleep is when you body tends to repair and rejuvenate itself. If you don't get enough sleep, your body tends to trigger inflammation to help repair itself. Excess inflammation can lead to joint pain and even arthritis over time.

#9: Not Stretching

Range of motion for your muscles and joints is vital to staying active. Stretching several times during the day is an excellent way to keep your body flexible and strong. Movement and stretching are key to healthy joints and strong muscles.

#10: Too Much Texting

Spending too much time on your mobile may be harmful to your health. Constantly looking down at your phone causes additional stain on your neck and shoulder muscles.

In addition to straining your neck, you may also experience hand and finger pain from texting too much. Finally, some people have even experienced “Texting Thumb”. Yes, this is a real thing. It is when your thumb locks into a curled position along with redness and swelling.  

In Closing:

If you want to learn more about cherry juice, check out the information below:

How much tart cherry juice should you drink?

While there is no daily recommended serving size from the United States government for drinking cherry juice, you may want to use the dosage amounts used in the published studies.

Since 2001, when we first started offering tart cherry juice concentrate and the studies above suggest two daily servings of the juice. This is two 8-ounce glasses drank daily. This is the dosage for tart cherry juice.

How Much Cherry Juice Should You Drink

How to make tart cherry juice

To make the best cherry juice, simply mix one ounce of the concentrate with 7 ounces of water to make a 100% pure glass of the cherry juice.

It takes the juice of 100 cherries to make a single ounce of the concentrate. So drinking two glasses of the tart cherry juice daily means you would be consuming the equivalent of 200 cherries daily.

See how to make a glass of tart cherry juice and see an example of sediment-free cherry juice concentrate.


Learn What are Cherries Good For?, here.