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Have you tried self massage

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The New York Times reported that:

"One of the biggest mistakes people make with [joint pain] is to limit movement of the affected joint, which leads to stiffness and weakness that only makes matters worse1."

The bottom line?

If you want to beat joint pain, you MUST keep moving.

But when you're suffering from aches, pains, and stiffness - movement is the last thing on your mind.

So, what's the solution?

What you need is a safe way to soothe pain - without drugs (or even OTC meds) that are hard on your stomach, kidneys, and liver

And while easier said than done, a new twist on an old discovery is making that possible (and without the dangers and side effects of commonly prescribed treatments).

In fact, it's been shown in more than a DOZEN research studies2,3,4 to help stop stiffness and improve mobility.

The best part?

It takes just 30 seconds per day and can give you results in as little as one weekDo this ONCE DAILY for better knees and pain-free joints…

References:

1 Jane E. Brody (Sep. 19, 2016). Don't Take OA Lying Down. The New York Times.

2 Bakilan, F., Armagan, O., Ozgen, M., Tascioglu, F., Bolluk, O., & Alatas, O. (2016). Effects of Native Type II Collagen Treatment on Knee OA: A Randomized Controlled Trial. The Eurasian Journal of Medicine, 48(2), 95–101.

3 Di, L., Mannelli, C., Maresca, M., Micheli, L., Martinez-puig, D., & Ghelardini, C. (n.d.). LOW DOSE CHICKEN NATIVE TYPE II COLLAGEN Inflammatory infiltrate. Florence, Italy.

4 Scarpellini, M., Lurati, A., Vignati, G., Marrazza, M. G., Telese, F., Re, K., & Bellistri, A. (2008). Biomarkers, type II collagen, glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate in OA follow-up: The "Magenta OA study." Journal of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, 9(2), 81–87.

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