3 Supplements to Add to Your Diet

What Causes Joint Pain?

Sooner or later, almost everyone is going to have to deal with joint pain. As we age, so does the cartilage around our joints, and as our cartilage wears away, our joints start to wear out. At this point, there is not as much cushion in the joint as there once was. One of the most common treatments for this pain is over-the-counter, anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen, and naturally, taking any kind of drug comes with risks.

This is why it’s beneficial to know how you can benefit from supplements in your diet. Take a look at the three supplements below to see how they can help with daily functions.

Fish Oils

Fish in itself is a good source of protein and is not high in saturated fat, unlike other meat products. Fish is also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids which benefit the heart. The American Heart Association recommends eating fist at least 2 times a week; however, some individuals may not get enough omega-3 in their diet alone and may want to take supplements. These also work for people who simply don’t like fish!

Omega-3 Fish oil supplements contain both docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) which are good for your cholesterol and can help manage heart disease. These supplements may help to lower blood pressure, reduce triglycerides, and even slow the development of plaque in the arteries.

In the past 10 years, many Americans have turned to omega-3 fish oil supplements, which have benefits for healthy people and also those with heart disease. –WebMD

Glucosamine + MSM

Glucosamine is a natural chemical compound found in the body, particularly in the fluid that surrounds your joints. Unlike the omega-3s found in fish, glucosamine is not in a natural food source; however, there are glucosamine supplements you can take that are manufactured from the shells of shellfish. These supplements provide nutrients for joint pain by restoring the natural compound of the joint fluid and cartilage, keeping it healthy. This can be beneficial for those with degenerative joints and arthritis.

MSM is also a chemical naturally found in humans, but it is also found in animals and many plants. It is commonly paired with supplements like glucosamine to treat arthritis pains and joint degeneration. MSM can be found in small amount in foods such as fruit, corn, tomatoes, tea and milk.


Are you often tired or fatigued? We all know it when it hits us. You’re sitting at work, lunch was delicious, you’re on the last stretch of the day, and bam! You find yourself suddenly sleeping and dragging yourself along. we’ve all been there and there are a lot of factors that can cause this lack of energy.

B-complex supplements help give your body natural energy. Unlike caffeine, these supplements will not dehydrate you. They convert the carbs, proteins, and fats you eat into cellular energy that fuels your natural body functions. Aside from B supplements, simple easy well and getting exercise can give your body the natural energy it needs.


Source: WebMD, Nature Made

Musculoskeletal Disorders

Musculoskeletal Disorders

Musculoskeletal Disorders, (known as MSDs) are disorders that can affect the muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments, joints, cartilage, blood vessels, or spinal discs.