1. Reach and maintain a healthy weight

Additional body fat strains joints, but accumulated fat itself can also cause problems to joints that are already sensitive and partially damaged.

  1. Improve your diet

Consume Omega-3 foods, high sulfur foods, bone broth, high anti–oxidant foods and higher fiber foods while avoiding inflammatory foods.

  1. Stay active

Physical activity is important for joint health and in the long run can actually help treat arthritis.

  1. Chiropractic Care

Chiropractors are often able to alleviate some of the pain associated with osteoarthritis.

  1. Proteolytic Enzymes

Proteolytic Enzymes have been found to have anti – inflammatory effects because they improve overall gut health and immunity.

  1. Ginger and Turmeric

Ginger contains chemicals that may have analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects on the body. Turmeric is considered to be curcumin, which is known to be one of the most powerful natural anti-inflammatories there is.

  1. Boswellia Essential Oil

Combine several drops of pure frankincense oil with a carrier oil like coconut oil and apply to the painful joint area several times daily to reduce pain.

  1. Your daily dose of LifeTime Supplements Resveratrol Gel

Considering the highly beneficial anti-oxidant properties of resveratrol and its ability to bind with nutrients in the body and drive away diseases, a large amount of research is being directed towards its action against arthritis.