Celadrin and Inflammation
Inflammation is a natural process by which our body protects itself from harmful substances such as bacteria and viruses and is the body's first defence against infection and injury. Inflammation is often accompanied by heat, redness, swelling and pain and can occur in various parts of the body. Sometimes our immune system triggers this inflammatory response in error and this can then lead to cumulative damage and disease later on.
One option for reducing inflammation and promoting joint health is Celadrin. Celadrin is medically and clinically proven to alleviate pain and was developed through a proprietary process of esterifying fatty acids, making them stable so they do not react with oxygen. Both humans and animals have shown reduction in pain and swelling and increased range of motion with Celadrin. Celadrin is particularly beneficial when used alongside glucosamine.
Benefits of Celadrin
Joint and muscle pain
- a double blind, multi-centred, placebo-controlled trial that was published in the respected journal of Rheumatology found that Celadrin, when used orally, improved joint mobility and joint problems. The participants in the trial had more flexibility, fewer aches, less pain and were able to walk longer distances than the placebo group.
Strains, bruises and sprains
- these have all shown improvement when Celadrin has been used.
- Celadrin is currently being researched for the treatment of gingivitis, another common inflammatory disorder.
How does Celadrin work?
Celadrin decreases inflammation and lubricates cell membranes throughout the body, restoring fluids that cushion bones and joints to promote flexibility and mobility. Over time, because of the reduction of inflammation delivered by using Celadrin, the joints and surrounding tissue have an opportunity to promote healthy joints.
Celadrin works similar to, but much more dramatically than the essential fatty acids EPA and DHA from fish oils. Celadrin’s complex blend of esterified fatty acids; provide many vital and beneficial effects for the inflammatory responses in the body. Celadrin induces changes at the cellular level, in the cell membranes which positively affect the responsiveness of the cell membranes. This aids in the reduction of cartilage breakdown in the joints.
- it has been shown that the fatty acids in Celadrin inhibit inflammation in the cells that line the inside of the various body cavities (endothelial cells). Celadrin inhibits the pro-inflammatory omega-6 fatty acid arachidonic acid. Celadrin has also been shown to reduce the production of immune factors responsible for inflammation.
- Celadrin may also help lubricate an affected joint, resulting in pain relief and incrased mobility.
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