The bones cartilage and all parts associated with the joints would be repaired and strengthened through proper nutrition for. What it takes is to increase the nutritional concentration on a daily basis. The key factor is getting the ALL important enzymes that are only mostly found in vine ripened produce.
Yesterday as I was riding my bike I came across a woman running using a device on her shoes or perhaps it was part of her shoes, that was a kind of a bow spring, I slowed down on my bike to ask her about it. I felt it was to increase the strengthening of her calves, but actually it was to relieve the impact to her ankles and knees, I said ah, ok cool. I said that on the out side, but on the inside I said bad idea. You may ask why a bad idea, isn’t that good to be able to get the running exercise in without stress to the ankles and knees since running is known to cause issues there? And the answer is……. No, I don’t agree!!!
The reality is that common injuries or wear and tear on certain joints etc associated with some sporting or exercise activities are “known” to occur and some accept those as facts. The reality is they are misconceptions. Do these injuries and wear and tear not occur? Of course they do but it is not due to the activity, it is due to inadequate nutrition one gets in the dietary intake that is the problem. Not the activity itself. If we needed a contraption like that woman was wearing don’t you realize we would have been suited with something like that in our anatomy to prevent problems. No, if we take in sufficient amounts of nutrients on a regular basis these injuries or “wearing out” would not occur, those areas of the body would repair and get stronger according to what is needed for the body to protect itself. Just as body builders take nutrition to help their muscles adapt to handling the workout, there fore building muscle mass. The bones cartilage and all parts associated with the joints would be repaired and strengthened through proper nutrition for. What it takes is to increase the nutritional concentration on a daily basis. The key factor is getting the ALL important enzymes that are only mostly found in vine ripened produce. Increasing your nutritional intake starts with consuming lots of raw, vine ripened fruits and veggies on a daily basis. Problem is your local grocery store does not have vine ripened produce. And no organic isn’t necessarily vine ripened either, Vine ripened means the produce was picked at it’s peak of being ripe. That’s when the. They only get in in the last couple weeks of becoming ripe occur and what is at the store shelves are picked way before that.
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I will say that this information is not just about what I’ve read, or heard about but what I’ve experienced for myself. I, about 10 or more years ago decided to start running regularly since I wanted to get rid of abs fat that I always had trouble with and I learned running was the best way to get rid of it. So I did so for a couple months but found my ankles and knees were bothering me from the “impact” from running. So I stopped, and did different exercise. Then when I learned of the way to increase my nutritional density I did so and had been at it for maybe two years when I began learning about how others were benefiting. So I decided to start running again and found that not only could I run 3 miles daily without any problem, I got up to 6 and as much as 8 miles in a day with only some minor discomfort. That’s when I realized how important nutrition plays. Another part of nutrition which I’ve mentioned before which is key which is hydration. Hydration is really important for so many areas, so if you combine good hydration with concentrated nutrition it’s a very good combo. Though seeing me to get some Reiki is very helpful as wellJJ As I said in a blog post from a coupe days ago. Getting some life force/spiritual energy in the mix makes for an unbeatable combo when it comes to good health.
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