Could a vitamin C deficiency be what’s behind your joint pain? Discover.
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0:00 Joint pain and vitamin C
0:10 What does vitamin C do?
1:18 Sugar and vitamin C
2:24 The 2 top signs of a vitamin C deficiency
Let’s speak about joint pain and vitamin C. Could your joint pain be brought on by a vitamin C deficiency?
What it is advisable to learn about vitamin C:
• It’s involved with collagen synthesis
• It may well help lower inflammation
• The necessity for vitamin C increases with stress (resembling infection or surgery)
• Vitamin C is an antioxidant and a cofactor for opioids
• Vitamin C is required for collagen
• Vitamin C cannot be absorbed within the presence of sugar
When you’re consuming sugar, otherwise you’re prediabetic or diabetic, that elevated sugar situation could prevent vitamin C from being absorbed. Vitamin C and glucose have the same chemistry. Within the presence of vitamin C and glucose, your body will at all times absorb glucose before the vitamin C. Insulin resistance could also cause an individual to be deficient in vitamin C.
This might easily show up as joint pain. Fatigue and joint pain are the 2 top indicators that you might have a vitamin C deficiency.
You might just must cut sugar out of the food plan.
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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you higher understand why your joint pain could also be brought on by a vitamin C deficiency.