Today, we can find medications for every health problem we encounter. If we feel some pain in the joints, knees, neck or feet, all we have to do is to go to the pharmacy and get some pills to improve the condition.
But it`s very unreasonable to take synthetic drugs for minor injuries or mild pain when the nature offers as healthy alternatives.
Gelatin is one of them, and it can be used for treating all sorts of issues connected to bones, joints and cartilage.
How to use it: find a high-quality edible gelatin, with or without added sugar or flavors, add a teaspoon of it in a glass of cold water and drink the solution before going to bed.
You can also add some yogurt or juice, or simple dissolve the gelatin in a glass of juice. If you leave it for a while, the liquid will get thicker, so use a spoon if it gets too thick. Another option is to put it in your cereals and consume it for breakfast.
If needed, take 2 doses a day. The pain will go away in 7 days, and the mobility will improve. The whole treatment usually lasts 4-6 weeks, for total recovery and improvement.
Gelatin is an animal product, obtained from animal bones, tendons and cartilage. It can be found in foods like jellies, gummy candies, meat or dairy products, under the name 441.
Older people have more troubles moving because aging lowers the production of collagen- this causes the individual microfibers in the body to become interconnected, leading to reduces flexibility and mobility. Their bodies need more time to warm, and certain physical activities are almost impossible to perform. Gelatin can help with all of this.
Some of the health benefits of gelatin:
- Improves elasticity of the skin and body, removes visible skin aging
- Improves sleeping quality
- Stimulates growth and makes nails stronger
- Boosts metabolism and reduces cellulite appearance
- Relieves certain allergies.
If you have difficulties moving, or you an elderly person, give it a try, there are no side effects, only benefits. It is usually obtained from pigs and cattle, information which can be found on the product`s label.