Frame Essentials for All-Weather Joints

It’s an unfortunate fact that as temperatures drop and colder, damper weather sets in, people with joint issues can feel increased discomfort and pain. Although there’s no absolute known cause, it is thought that falling barometric pressure and lower temperatures may increase joint swelling and pain.

The 17th-century Welsh poet, George Hebert, may have unwittingly hinted at the distress of cold-weather joints when he wrote, “Every mile is two in winter.” This man of insightful words is also credited with writing: Living well is the best revenge.

The AIM Companies is all about living well with a nutritional boost from the AIM products. The natural choice for joint support in cold weather or any season is Frame Essentials. Its four vegan ingredients supply the building blocks of healthy joints and help alleviate the inflammation associated with joint pain, swelling and stiffness.

Glucosamine sulfate, glucosamine hydrochloride, and methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) are components in the formation and maintenance of connective body tissue, including the cartilage that covers bone ends and creates cushioned joints. Both glucosamine and MSM occur naturally in the body, but supplementation can be beneficial to prevent or manage the onset of joint issues.

MSM and boswellia extract have been shown to work effectively together at lowering inflammation in knee joints and providing functional recovery.¹ Glucosamine also exerts activity that reduces inflammation,² and its effect on chronic inflammation was emphasized in glucosamine research published in Frontiers in Pharmacology (March 2022).³

Having the nutritional boost of Frame Essentials’ ingredients working on the inside to support joint health simply makes supplemental sense.

References:
1 bit.ly/MSM_BE
2 bit.ly/GlucosamineAIA
3 bit.ly/Glucosamine2022

Published by The AIM Companies

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