A Closer Look At Heal-n-Soothe: Customer Reviews, Ingredients and Precautions

In this user-oriented Heal n Soothe review, we zoom in on how the key ingredients in the anti-inflammatory supplement can help fight inflammation; what customers have said — both good and bad — about the product; and its possible side effects. We also look at the company behind the supplement, where you can buy it and explore various purchase options available. Nowadays, more people are seeking natural solutions. Perhaps, awareness is increasing as to their health benefits. For example, when it comes to food, there are organic choices available. Also, more attention is being paid to how food producers raise their animals. Even how food is cooked matters. All of which is good news for keeping inflammation in check. Natural Alternatives for Health When it comes to dealing with our health issues, going natural is quite the in-thing as well. This is an important development, as numerous prescription drugs and medical solutions have been found to be harmful to our body. Take for instance, painkillers. Their side effects and health risks can be quite nasty, bad enough to prompt health advisories from the FDA. Fortunately, alternative remedies which use natural ingredients and promote natural healing are available. Heal-n-Soothe — Anti-Inflammatory Supplement That’s All-Natural Heal-n-Soothe is a dietary supplement from Living Well Nutraceuticals. It works primarily as an anti-inflammatory to fight inflammation and relieve pain. Because of its unique formulation with 12 natural ingredients, there is also the added benefit of boosting health. We’ll discuss this in a while… An Alternative to Painkillers Many have discovered that Living Well’s Heal n Soothe works better than painkillers and more importantly, it...

How to Reduce Inflammation — 4 Effective Methods That Work

There are numerous approaches to reducing inflammation in the body. Some methods are more effective than others; in particular, the four ways described here are likely to be the most important methods for dealing effectively with inflammation. 4 Ways to Reduce Inflammation Watch the following video in which Jesse Cannone, co-founder of The Healthy Back Institute and author of the popular “The 7-Day Back Pain Cure” book, discusses his 4 preferred ways to reduce inflammation: Now that you have watched the video, let’s review each method to understand why these are effective ways for reducing inflammation. Use Ice and Heat Correctly Treating inflammation with ice and heat is a method that works. Many people are aware that ice and heat can be applied to the problem area but few actually know how to use them correctly, The proper way to apply ice and heat is as follows: Use ice for massage within the first 48 hours of injury or swelling Follow up with heat treatment While regular heat does help, research has shown that deep penetrating heat works best. Far infrared heat is one such form of heat that the human body absorbs easily — in fact, the infrared waves can penetrate through the skin 2-3 inches deep into muscular tissue and ligaments. The thermal effect caused by deep penetrating far infrared heat within the layers of tissues makes blood vessels dilate, which improves blood circulation and promotes healing and wellness. This is why the Far Infrared Heating Pad (see picture on right) is an excellent solution for treating inflammation. >> Click here to learn more about Far Infrared...

Anti-Inflammatory Foods List — What’s Good For You?

When inflammation in the body gets out of control, that’s when the body’s natural defence starts working against itself, leading to so-called “auto-immune diseases”. The onset of this is preceded by chronic inflammation, in which harmful stimuli continually challenge the body’s mechanism to fight inflammation. As it is, chronic inflammation can be caused by what we eat: those food items that are labeled as pro-inflammatory foods. You can learn about the top 5 foods that cause inflammation from our earlier article. Fortunately, nature has provided for many anti-inflammatory foods that can help us stay healthy. Here, we look at an anti-inflammatory foods list to understand what we should eat that is good for the body. Anti Inflammatory Foods As the name suggests, anti inflammatory foods help the body reduce and fight inflammation. On top of this, most of them actually work to boost our health as they are loaded with essential vitamins and minerals. Best of all, these foods usually taste great too. In each list of anti inflammatory foods that follow, we highlight up to 6 items that rank high in their respective categories. Note that the “limit” is intended to keep this article to a reasonable length. However, more anti-inflammatory food items exist and you can find them by doing an online search for “anti inflammatory foods list”. Vegetables Rich in flavonoids and carotenoids that possess antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, vegetables can be eaten raw or cooked and must be a staple food in your diet. Go organic whenever possible, with these and more: Broccoli Spinach Kale Carrot Sweet potato (actually known as a tuber) Fruits Much...

Top 5 Foods That Cause Inflammation

Do your joints sometimes feel achy after you have just had a meal? Or perhaps when you wake in the morning, you are aching all over — your back, knees, shoulder, neck and joints hurt so bad — that you seem to have lost mobility and can’t get out of bed? Could all this pain even be remotely related to something you ate earlier? Maybe you have heard about it: indeed it’s true that there are foods that cause inflammation. What may not be obvious is chronic inflammation in your body can lead to heart disease, diabetes, some cancers, Alzheimer’s disease and other health problems, as recent research revealed. So, what foods cause inflammation? How can we avoid them? Are there safer alternatives? From the inflammatory foods list, let’s look at the top 5 foods that cause inflammation. Inflammatory Foods Studies have shown that the risk of heart disease and cancer are linked to lifestyle choices, including foods we eat. Our food choices affect the balance of pro and anti inflammatory compounds in the body — too much inflammatory foods tilts this balance the wrong way, increasing the probabilities of the onset of those diseases. To shift the balance in our favor, it is thus important to minimize or even avoid certain foods that tend to promote inflammation. Avoid These 5 Inflammatory Foods There are different ways to classify foods. Our update here on what inflammatory foods to avoid is sorted based on food classes we easily identify with. Sugar-laden Products Soda, chocolate, candy, dessert…the list goes on. You know what they are, and these foods can be hard...

Bromelain — Nature’s Anti-Inflammatory is One Best-Kept Secret

As we learned from the article “Proteolytic Enzymes as Anti-Inflammatory Agents and Pain Relievers“, our body produces proteolytic enzymes to reduce inflammation and relieve pain. But as we grow older, the levels of such enzymes drop so much that we can face increased difficulty in dealing with inflammation and pain. To help restore the body’s proteolytic enzymes to healthy levels, we can consider starting on systemic enzyme therapy. One good and practical method is to take supplements rich in proteolytic enzymes. For example, a suitable remedy is Living Well Nutraceuticals‘ Heal-n-Soothe, which is a natural anti-inflammatory supplement. Also known by the medical terms proteases or peptidases, proteolytic enzymes can be found in nature’s own produce: fruits. Two such sources are the pineapple and papaya. Let’s look at the humble pineapple in this article. Bromelain — Best-Kept Anti Inflammation Secret? Bromelain is the special natural compound extracted from pineapples. It is a mixture of several proteases which have been shown to be able to short-circuit multiple pain pathways in the body. Though Bromelain is present in all parts of the pineapple, the pineapple stem is probably the most readily available commercial source. According to wikipedia.org, the Venezuelan chemist, Vicente Marcano, first isolated bromelain from pineapple in 1891. However, it was only introduced in 1957 as a therapeutic supplement. Research into Bromelain is now widespread — it began in Hawaii but has now reached Europe, Asia and Latin America. Properties of Bromelain Studies into Bromelain have revealed many medical uses and benefits. Known properties of Bromelain include: Reducing inflammation (by effecting prostaglandin synthesis) Reducing and prevent swelling Removing waste and toxins...

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