Contrary to what your mom told you when you were a kid, cracking your joints doesn’t cause arthritis, nor is it an early sign of arthritis But what exactly causes this sound? Is it dangerous at all, and how can you look after your joints to keep them as healthy as possible? Read on to find out.
Crepitus is the technical term for the cracking sound your neck makes when you move your head too quickly. It also applies to any other joint noise just as grinding, popping, or snapping and is usually harmless. However, that doesn’t mean you should cause your neck to crack. Read on for information about neck cracking and find out why its best to leave joint manipulation to the professionals.
Did you know that in your 20s and 30s your own natural collagen production declines? So, what does that mean exactly? In simple terms: loose skin, wrinkles, joint pain and slower metabolism—and that’s not all. [Read more…]
Radishes aren’t talked about all that often when superfoods are mentioned, but whether they’re red, white, purple or black, cooked, raw or pickled, they offer a ton when it comes to nutrition, along with a wide range of health benefits. A root crop, they’re juicy and have either a sweet or pungent taste that makes them ideal tossed into a salad, as part of a side dish or even as a main course. [Read more…]