Treating injuries to your neck, knee and feet as well as bones and joints has been made easy with the use of gelatin.
This recipe has been used to treat a variety of inflammation and bone issues for some time now and by practitioners around the world.
Food gelatin has been used as the major ingredient in this medicine that involves you;
- Mixing one teaspoon of gelatin with yogurt, beverage, juice or a glass of water.
- Stirring the solution until it becomes pretty dense until you can almost eat it.
- Drinking or eating it at night before you go to bed.
- Mixing it with milk or your favourite cereal is also not a bad idea.
For your joints and bones issues you can drink this solution in the daytime as well as at night.
With regular consumption those joint pains should reduce after just 7 days.
This treatment should be done in a 4-6 week duration and it is a great recipe for people with poor mobility and for the elderly.
Gelatin is of animal origin and it occurs as a result of the hydrolysis of protein collagen that is the major component of animal tissue such as the tendons and cartilage.
You may not no this but you actually consume gelatin in a variety of everyday foods such as gummy candy, dairy and meat products and even jellies.
The code of gelatin in these food products is E441.
The older we become the less collagen our body produces, as a result of reduced flexibility the microfibers in our body gets even more interconnected.
What happens is we tend to lose or have painful mobility, we also need more time for our bodies to warm up.
The Gelatin Solution Is Great For:
- It will help with the growth and texture of your nails.
- It will give your skin and body better elasticity thereby slowing down the aging process.
- The solution significantly improves the quality of your sleep.
- It also boosts metabolism, reduces your propensity to seasonal allergies and also encourages cellulite reduction.
It is interesting to note that gelatin is made from a variety of animals, such as cattle and pigs.
Make sure you read the label of the packing to know which animal was used in the production of the gelatin you intend buying, cattle gelatin is great!