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Omega-3 Fats And Glucosamine Believed To Be Stronger Arthritis Powerhouses

Orlando, FL– July 17, 2015 – Omega-3 fatty acids and glucosamine are two different natural ingredients that are widely used for health purposes. The use of these two natural ingredients is associated with a variety of therapeutic benefits, and when taken together, they can offer surprising health effects.

Omega-3 fats and glucosamine are believed to be stronger arthritis powerhouses. Many people are using these two natural compounds separately or together to improve their protection against various diseases. Glucosamine is widely used for joint pain and omega-3 fatty acids are widely used for heart and joint health.

New research reveals that glucosamine and omega-3 fats provide some more benefits for individuals who are suffering from osteoarthritis. In the study, the participants received 1500 milligrams of glucosamine and others received 200 milligrams of omega-3 fats. It was found that both groups who received the natural ingredients experienced a reduction in pain by 20 percent or less.

Dr. Christine Northup, women’s health expert, states that individuals who experienced 80 percent pain reduction and who took the combination of glucosamine and omega-3s reported a reduction of pain in the hips and knees. They also experience a reduction in morning stiffness by between 48.5 and 55.6 percent. New research has also revealed that the benefits of glucosamine could potentially be increased by combining its use with fish oil.

“Many people are using omega-3 fatty acids because of their anti-inflammatory properties. Glucosamine, on the other hand, is widely used due to its capacity to avoid cartilage degeneration, which happens with osteoarthritis,” said VitaBreeze Supplements spokesperson, Michelle O’Sullivan.

Inflammation is common in both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, and the body often needs the essential component omega-3s to reduce it. According to some experts, adding glucosamine to omega-3 fatty acids is an excellent option for individuals who are suffering from osteoarthritis. The body already has the capacity to rebuild cartilage, but it needs essential building blocks to do it properly.

Deficiencies in nutrients such as glucosamine can be remedied with the use of a high quality supplement. It can even be more advantageous if the supplement is used together with omega-3 fatty acids, which have anti-inflammatory properties. The use of both ingredients is associated with pain reduction and improved mobility.

One researcher, Joerg Gruenwald, Ph.D., states that fish oil, which contains omega-3s, can potentially inhibit the inflammation process that often takes place with osteoarthritis. Glucosamine, on the other hand, works by supporting the restoration of damaged or lost cartilage (amazon.com/Omega-Fish-Oil-Supplement-Softgels/dp/B00O8NS20K/).

About VitaBreeze

VitaBreeze is a nutraceutical brand that manufactures high-quality natural supplements to help people live a healthy, enjoyable and longer life. All of the company’s products are manufactured in the United States using the finest quality ingredients that have been carefully selected, tested and crafted into the firm’s winning formulas. Visit http://www.VitaBreeze.com to learn more.


MEDIA CONTACT INFORMATION
Benjamin Lasance
(407) 545-2239
media@vitabreeze.com
Website: www.VitaBreeze.com

 


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