Cod Liver Oil – the Answer to Arthritis Problems
Modern research shows that consuming 1-2 tablespoons of cod liver oil on a daily basis could help to prevent the onset of serious diseases such as cancer, diabetes, high cholesterol and kidney problems. However yet another of cod liver oil’s amazing healing benefits have been uncovered in the past few years – its ability to nurse back problematic joints and restore them to good condition. Many medical practitioners believe that in due course of time, cod liver oil may well even replace well known joint supplements such as Glucosamine and Chondroitin. In this article, we explore why cod liver oil is fast becoming the medication for nursing painful joints.
Osteoarthritis is one of hundred kinds of arthritis that causes breakdown of the cartilage that cushions the joints in turn causing pain and stiffness. Millions of people as they grow older begin to suffer from osteoarthritis symptoms. Cod liver oil which is rich in omega-3 fats in recent studies is believed to counter inflammation which is why medical researchers are now exploring if rheumatoid arthritis could be cured by taking fish oil supplements. Fish oil supplements essentially contain cod liver oil which is why it has been suggested by medical practitioners for joint problems.
So in case you have arthritis and want to see if fish oil really help, then try cod liver oil and see if it consuming it. Even if it turns out that fish oil doesn't help, there are other known benefits it can provide.
The main distinction between cod liver oil and fish oil is that cod liver oil is very high in vitamin D. In warm weather, the sunshine produces high and usually sufficient levels of vitamin D without any supplementation necessary. Consequently, consuming cod liver oil in the warm weather months or climates in not recommended as this can result in an excess of vitamin D in your system and consequential complications. Conversely, in cool weather, your body needs more vitamin D, and so it is recommended that you take cod liver oil versus other types of fish oil in cool weather months or climates.
However before taking any of such medications, it is important that you seek the advice of a medical practitioner because if taken without prescription, these medications could have side effects. So consult your medical practitioner and then only go ahead with medical help.
Published by Frank Windram on February 23rd 2012 | Health
Published by Genezasteroids on November 26th 2011 | Health
Published by Maryam Keon on December 26th 2011 | Health
Published by Vikas Purohit on March 18th 2012 | Fitness
Published by Tedd Woods on August 2nd 2012 | Health
Published by James Blee on December 21st 2011 | Health
Published by Mitchell Davis on March 28th 2012 | Health
Published by Laura on February 23rd 2012 | Health
Published by Dave Hussy on February 6th 2012 | Health
Published by Tedd Woods on July 3rd 2012 | Health
Published by Mark Millan on August 18th 2012 | Fitness
Published by Nathan Jone on April 6th 2012 | Health
Published by Shene Nursing on December 15th 2011 | Health
Published by Adam Stive on June 27th 2012 | Health
Published by Madison Carter on March 28th 2012 | Health
Published by Walterabish on April 19th 2012 | Health
Published by Wills Loren on February 24th 2012 | Health
Published by Jenny Decosta on July 20th 2012 | Health
Published by Nathan Jone on December 16th 2011 | Fitness
Published by Roger Lopez on March 22nd 2012 | Health