Are You Being Framed?

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How much thought do you give to your frame? Your skeletal frame is movable because of joints. Otherwise, you’d be one inflexible bone. When it comes to the point where one bone meets another, you have three main kinds of joints:

1 Fibrous – immovable joints like teeth joined to bone sockets
2 Cartilaginous – partially movable joints like those in the vertebrae of your spine
3 Synovial – freely movable joints including knees, elbows and shoulders

The buffer that covers bone ends making up a joint is mostly cartilage. This smooth, strong, protective tissue can become inflamed or start to deteriorate over the years. A past injury can return as joint pain later on in life. Most commonly, the onset of joint inflammation—osteoarthritis—can occur as the years go by. It is a sad fact of life that the aging process often sends warning signals in the form of joint pain. That’s the time to consider being framed … by Frame Essentials®.

The four effective ingredients in Frame Essentials were chosen to create the finest team of nutrients that combat joint pain and provide building blocks for healthy joints.

Glucosamine is a vital component that the body uses to not only make cartilage but tendons, ligaments and joint (synovial) fluid as well as bone, heart valves and skin. Studies show the longer the use of supplemental glucosamine, the greater the benefits, so Frame Essentials is ideal for long-term use.

Boswellia extract has been used for centuries as treatment for inflammatory conditions. Most of the research focuses on this tree resin’s triterpenoids, including the boswellic acids that reduce swelling and stiffness in the joints.

Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is a natural sulfur compound that the body uses to form connective tissue in muscles and joints. Supplemental MSM helps to reduce inflammation and repair joints as well as provide additional antioxidant protection and immune system support.

Author: The AIM Companies

Nutrition that Works!

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