I am sure you have heard people say they got this pain in the knees, elbow, wrist or back.
Yet they may only be in their 30’s or 40’s.
You might hear a comment like, “I guess it is old age and I’ll have to learn to live with it.”
I can do no other thing but shake my head in disgust.
After all, you may be one of these people, I know I was.
In my 40’s riddled with aches and pains in which I assumed was old age.
Now a couple of decades later, I no longer am limited or crippled with these pains and have all the energy to last me throughout the day.
If you want to know how I did it, let me start by explaining what these swelling joints may really be caused by and not what you may think is just old age.
Inflammation is a normal process that occurs when your body’s white blood cells and chemicals protect you from foreign invaders like bacteria and viruses.
You need some level of inflammation in your body to stay healthy, however it’s increasingly common lately for this response to get out of hand.
If your immune system mistakenly triggers an inflammatory response when no threat is present, it can lead to excess inflammation in your body.
This is a condition that may play a major role in your health and be linked to asthma, allergies, autoimmune disease, heart disease, cancer, arthritis and other diseases, depending on which parts of the body the body’s white blood cells and chemicals are attacking.
What is really sad is chronic inflammation is it usually will not show up until actual loss of function occurs in your body.
This is because chronic inflammation is often silently damaging your tissues over an extended period of time.
This process can go on for years without you noticing and until a disease suddenly sets in.
I first noticed LESS pain in my joints when I went gluten free a few years ago.
What I also found out is that having high insulin levels or insulin sensitivity is a surefire way to speed up your aging process.
According to Dr. Ron Rosedale insulin resistance is the basis of virtually ALL of chronic diseases of aging.
And one of the primary reasons for this is because it promotes chronic inflammation throughout your body.
Unfortunately, many health care practitioners are still in the dark of the profound effects that insulin may have on your health.
So taking out the gluten in my diet reduced my inflammation in my body and the joint pains were reduced tremendously.
Then, through research, I found out over the next few years that a eating healthy may account for about 80% of the health benefits you reap from a proper diet and keeping your inflammation in check. Moving and exercise may be what accounts for the rest.
But taking potentially damaging foods out of my diet was just part of the story.
It’s important to realize that what you have in your diet can either trigger or prevent inflammation from taking root in your body.
For example, trans fats, processed carbs and sugar, particularly fructose, may increase inflammation, eating healthy saturated fats such as animal-based grass fed omega-3 fats will help to reduce them.
That is why I wrote the E-book “3 Step Low Carb High Fat (LCHF) diet.
Now you can complain, like everyone else does as they get old about the aches and pains, or you can easily make a few major tweaks in your diet to reduce inflammation.
What is it going to be for you?
Continue to follow the crowds and advice that may be the source of all your pain and health problems that you have or may be silently creating or just follow the blueprint which research has shown moves you towards optimal health?
It is your call!
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