Sometimes, you feel the pain but continue to ignore it because you are too busy doing your work. After getting home, the pain comes back again until you can no longer sit or walk and have to lie down.
If you suffer from these kinds of pain, here is a recipe that will help you!
HOW TO PREPARE IT
Ingredients that you need:
- 150gr edible gelatin
- cold water
These ingredients will be enough for a month.
Put 5gr of edible gelatin in quarter cup of cold water, stir it for a while and leave the mixture till the morning. Don’t put the mixture in a refrigerator because the gelatin will turn into jelly.
Take the mixture every morning for a month, on an empty stomach. You will see the results and benefits from it after the 1st week. You can repeat the process if you want, but that should be after six months. If it tastes bad, you can add yogurt, juice or honey.
Why It Works?
Many doctors feel that gelatin works to strengthen bones and joints because it contains collagen – one of the materials that naturally make up bone and cartilage.
In 2000, a study reported at a meeting of the American Academy of Family Physicians in Dallas measured the responses of 175 patients with osteoarthritis to a daily supplement of gelatin, calcium and vitamin C, and found that these supplements had a marked improvement on the patients’ pain levels and mobility.
Like many other people you probably ask yourself why this mixture is so effective. That is because people have forgotten or even don’t know that gelatin is gained from a processing a livestock’s connective tissue that includes bones, collagen, cartilage and tendons. Gelatin is composed of proline and hidrosiprolin (amino acids) which can help in the connective tissue recovery.
Gelatin is good not just for your joints but it can also improve your immune system, mental ability and your metabolism. If you consume gelatin in a regular way, it can make your ligaments and tendons stronger and elastic and can strengthen your heart. Gelatin also helps in osteoporosis and osteoarthritis prevention.