Miracle Greens Powder — Arthritis

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Miracle Greens and Arthritis

Miracle Greens powder has a few very interesting ingredients that we haven’t seen in any other green powder to day.  We touched upon them in the original review.  Here are the 3 ingredients:

  • Mangosteen
  • Turmeric
  • Ginger

So why are these three ingredients special?  The reason is because they’re all powerful anti-inflammatory herbs.  For those of you who are unfamiliar with the anti-inflammatory movement, there are whole books and diet plans on the market today that focus on eating as many anti-inflammatory foods as possible and staying away from foods considered pro-inflammatory.  Apart from promoting general wellness, the anti-inflammatory diet is of particular interest to people suffering from arthritis, since anti-inflammatory foods aim to treat the pain and discomfort from arthritis.  Lets go through them one by one.

  • Mangosteen

Mangosteen contains chemicals called xanthones, which research has shown to have potent anti-inflammatory effects.  Apart from being high in antioxidants, mangosteen and its xanthones have been researched in connection with reducing inflammation as well as the pain associated with it.  In the natural realm, there are very few compounds that are more powerful anti-inflammatory agents.

  • Turmeric

Turmeric is another powerful anti-inflammatory that’s often used in cooking, especially Indian foods.  Turmeric is an herb and has been used for its positive health benefits since very early on in the culture of India.  The compound Curcumin, which also gives the spice its golden color, that provides most of the health benefits from Turmeric.  Turmeric has also been used as an topical rub, meaning that some practices use Turmeric as a rub directly on the skin to treat various conditions, including arthritis.

  • Ginger

Ginger is the third anti-inflammatory contained in Miracle Greens powder formula.  Not only is Ginger a powerful anti-inflammatory, it has been widely used for many other ailments like headaches, coughs, fevers, and many more.  Ginger is just an all around beneficial herb, but most notably, it is useful in the fight against arthritis.

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  1. Dear Greenpowder,
    In addition to your post I was wondering, The key to burning fat around your stomach and everywhere else in your body is eating the right ratio of lean protein, healthy fats and unprocessed carbs (as found in green superfood drinks). 
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  2. Totally! Thanks for stopping by. Sorry it took me so long to get back to you.

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