A Chart on Carbohydrates – Which are Healthiest?

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Here is a great educational chart about carbohydrates including which ones are the healthiest, those that are not as healthy, and why. It’s almost a complete overview of carbohydrates contained in a picture.

One might think that carbohydrates are just things like cookies, cakes and bread.  Actually the healthiest carbs come from vegetables, fruits, and whole grains.  The plant chemicals found in veggies and fruits are natures best remedies for many parts of the body including the eyes, brain, heart, glands and bones.  See some more interesting facts about carbs below.

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Chart: Top Natural Painkillers and Remedies

Chart of Top Natural Pain Killers and Remedies from Foods

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It’s Jobee Knight from Nutrition Breakthroughs.  I’ve included a chart for you below on the top natural painkilling foods.  Certain foods are known to have innate natural properties that can help to relieve aches and pains and several are supported by research studies.

For example, a recent study from the Arthritis Foundation found that a standardized ginger extract is as effective as an anti-inflammatory drug for arthritis, but without the side effects the drug is known for.  They said: “The ginger reduced pain and stiffness in knee joints by 40 percent over the placebo.”

Enjoy the chart of natural remedies for pain below.  This news is provided to you by Nutrition Breakthroughs, maker of  Sleep Minerals II, the effective natural sleep aid, and Joints and More, the remedy for arthritis, allergies, hair and nail growth and more energy.

Here’s to your good health,

Jobee Knight
Nutrition Breakthroughs

natural remedies for pain

Study Shows Ginger Effective Against Pain and Arthritis

An estimated 50 million U.S. adults (about 1 out of 5) report having doctor-diagnosed arthritis.  Arthritis is the nation’s most common cause of disability and is defined as painful inflammation, aching, stiffness, and swelling in or around the joints.  Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis.  It causes pain, swelling, and reduced motion in joints. It can occur in any joint, but usually it affects hands, knees, hips or spine.

Osteoarthritis breaks down the cartilage in the joints. Cartilage is the slippery tissue that covers the ends of bones in a joint. Healthy cartilage absorbs the shock of movement. When cartilage is lost, the bones rub together, which can damage the joint.

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease, which means the arthritis results from the immune system attacking the body’s own tissues.  It can affect body parts besides the joints, such as the eyes, mouth and lungs.

A recent study published in the journal “Arthritis” has found that a standardized ginger extract is as effective as the anti-inflammatory drug betamethasone for arthritis, but without the long list of side effects the drug is known for.

This test tube study used cells from joint fluid in people with rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and healthy joints.  The cells were exposed to special inflammatory triggers in the presence of either betamethasone (an anti-inflammatory drug), ibuprofen (an over the counter pain relief drug such as Advil), or a standardized herbal ginger extract.

The researchers discovered that Ginger extract was an equally effective anti-inflammatory agent as the drug betamethasone in this test.  This makes it a good natural arthritis remedy, as according to Drugs .com, side effects of betamethasone can include fluid accumulation, glucose intolerance (a pre-diabetic state), nausea, vomiting, eye diseases, adrenal gland suppression, insomnia, nervousness and depression.

Ginger extract is available in capsules, tablets and tea, and fresh ginger root is often available in grocery stores and can be added to cooked dishes.

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