A deficiency of vitamins can result in many types of health issues, including some types of arthritis. Many general bone and joint issue sufferers may benefit from this information, even if they haven't been diagnosed with arthritis specifically.
These natural nutrients are regularly sourced through our consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables. Due to the following factors, it is not always possible to get our suggested day-to-day allowance (RDA) of vitamins in our typical diet:
1) Poor soil quality
2) Modern processing of foods and additions of artificial flavors and preservatives
3) Appeal of 'Junk' foods
As an alternative to getting your recommended daily allowance through dieting alone, you can join the growing number of people who now also take quality vitamin supplements.
The following list of vitamins are known to be particularly beneficial to arthritis patients and those who suffer in general from bone and joint issues:
Vitamin B5 -- When grouped and taken together, B vitamins operate at their peak. B5 has the benefit lowering the amount of swelling in areas of inflammation.
Vitamin B3 -- This vitamin decreases tissue swelling and dilates small arteries, increasing blood flow.
Note that Vitamin B3 is NOT advised for persons with hypertension, gout or sliver conditions.
Vitamin B6 -- Another B vitamin that decreases tissue swelling.
Vitamin B12 -- This vitamin aids in multiple functions. It assists with cell formation, food digestion, myelin production, and nerve protection.
Vitamin C -- This vitamin acts as an anti-inflammatory, relieving discomfort, and rids the body of free radicals.
Vitamin E -- This is a strong antioxidant that guards joints from free radicals while boosting joint flexibility.
Vitamin K -- This vitamin helps with mineral deposit into the bone matrix.
Vitamins combined with enzymes can help with tissue repair work, cell production and our metabolism.
Many folks are simplifying the approach to gaining better joint health and relief from arthritis by obtaining vitamin packs instead of buying many types of supplements one at a time.
This can help to ease the issues of their condition as well as contributing to overall health, while making it easier to get what is needed for relief.
We go over this subject frequently and want to remind folks that there is hope for relief from grinding bone and joint problems.