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Hyaluronic Acid: Combat Whole Body Soreness and Stiffness

Hyaluronic acid (HA) could be one the most important compounds in the human body. HA is present in cartilage, ligaments, tendons, bone, in the cornea of the eye, skin, tendons, lungs, blood vessels, and heart valves. The largest concentration of HA is found around the joints, in the vitreous humor of the eye, and in…
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How Do the Pros Deal with Foot Injuries?

Pro athletes are plagued with foot trauma issues. Tight End Jeff Cumberland works daily to keep his Achilles tendon flexible enough to play. And he’s not alone. How do these athletes stay on course? Big pro players are likeliest to suffer from Achilles tendon issues. Achilles tendonitis causes inflammation and degeneration of the Achilles tendon…
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Lubricating Your Joint Engine: Hyaluronic Acid

As early as 1974, studies show that unless the hyaluronic acid (HA) in your body is replenished as you age, the natural lubrication of your cartilage, tendons, muscle and connective tissue degrades. Your body is then exposed to increasing friction in these complex joint systems, and degeneration occurs. Early “joint supplements” took a narrow approach…
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Play Again: More Than Just a Joint Supplement

“Hyaluronic acid is a substance that is present to lubricate and facilitate the movements between the muscle fibers. It permits movement of muscles on fascia and layers of fascia on itself without friction.”“Hyaluronan: A Reason for Soft-Tissue Release,”Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO, dynamicchiropractic.com How do you feel after your workout?  Nearly every hard-working athlete, not…
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Prevention: Protecting Your Fitness Future

Chances are, if you are in your teens or twenties, you don’t believe you need a supplement that addresses joint, tendon, ligament and connective tissue pain and stiffness.  You probably think that those issues only arise with age.  But in fact, “a growing epidemic of preventable sports injuries is dismantling the hopes and dreams of young…
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