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Keeping our bones healthy with the right vitamins and nutrients is really important, especially as we age.read moreSee less

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Supplements like turmeric and fish oil are known to have anti-inflammatory properties, which may help to reduce the symptoms of joint pain.

 

There are also components like glucosamine and chondroitin, which are commonly found in multivitamins targeted for joint pain, that may prevent the bones from rubbing against each other, a cause of inflammation and pain.

Vitamin D is an important nutrient to your bone health, and some studies even suggest that having a low level of vitamin D in your body could increase your chances of developing joint and muscle pain.

 

As vitamin D has anti-inflammatory properties, taking a vitamin D supplement may help if your joint pain is caused by inflammation.

While pain killers can provide relief for joint pain, there are some lifestyle changes that you can try to keep your joints healthy and reduce the severity of your pain.

 

If you’re overweight, losing the extra pounds could relieve the pressure on weight-bearing joints like hips and knees.

 

When exercising, choose low-impact activities like walking, swimming or using an elliptical machine.

Calcium helps to build and maintain strong bones and teeth.

 

Most people get enough calcium through their diet, but certain people may benefit from taking a calcium supplement.

 

If you’re elderly, you’re more likely to be at risk for fractures and osteoporosis, so if you’re not getting enough calcium in your diet, you may benefit from taking a supplement.

 

Vegans and those who are lactose-free are also at risk of a deficiency as calcium is typically found in dairy products and fish.

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If your child doesn’t like milk, a supplement may be a good alternative to ensure that they’re developing as they should.