I don't know about you, but when it comes to nutrition, I am always wanting to know more. I am a "senior" and we will leave it at that. Lately, each morning has been a challenge. I seem to have more aches and pains and my body is not really up-to-par until I get all the kinks out, which usually is a few hours later. Well, I started to do my own research on what helps with stiffness, joint pain, and what just might generally be helpful but more natural to use. I came across an interesting article: "The potential, do-it-yourself treatment for Alzheimer's you can get at your local pharmacy" by Jonathan V. Wright, M.D. Even though I wasn't looking for a cure or any help with Alzheimer's, Dr. Wright's information lead me to what I was searching for, joint pain relief
Niacinamide (also known as nicotinamide of the vitamin B3) family can help with joint pain. This is a relatively inexpensive food source. I have only started this journey but I am hoping, if research is as indicate, I will find relief in niacinamide. So this is not an endorsement but a "sharing" of discovered information that I thought was important to blog about.
Please got to Dr. Wright's web site and check his research via his newsletters. It will only cost you time and may well put you on a path that provides helpful information for your nutritional needs.