Body Aches and Pain…Mangosteen is the answer!

body-achesDo you suffer from body aches or other types of pain?  Do you take an anti-inflammatory medication to help ease those aches and pains?  Do you know the truth about those medications?  Well, it’s about time that you are made aware of just exactly what you are putting inside your body.  I’m talking about acetaminophen.  According to about.com, acetaminophen is a very common medication that is used to treat mild to moderate pain and reduce fever.  It’s an over-the-counter pain reliever sold in joint-paina huge variety of brands – such as Tylenol.

The problem with acetaminophen is that it can cause serious liver damage which can be fatal.  The sad thing regarding acetaminophen is that it is in all kinds of medications for example: cough, cold, flu remedies and even those for headaches (like Tylenol and Excedrin).  I always suggest reading the label to make sure you are aware of what is in your medication.  If you don’t, you might take both a flu/cold medicine AND acetaminophen, aspirin, or ibuprofen and not realize that you are taking too much.

Then there is aspirin, which can cause internal bleeding if you take too much.   Most of us, including myself, recognize the word aspirin and think of brands like Bayer, but it can also be labeled as acetylsalicylic acid on an over-the-counter drug.

According to the U.S. National Institutes of Health, aspirin among other uses has been used to prevent heart attacks and strokes. Aspirin, however, can also cause damage to the stomach and/or intestinal lining leading to the development of erosions (“small sores”) and/or ulcers (“large sores”). Erosions may cause bleeding (“bleeding ulcers”) and/or perforations (“holes in the stomach”). Acetaminophen, often referred by the brand name, Tylenol, is also used to treat minor pains but is not commonly recognized to cause damage to the stomach lining.  Brands like Ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) can cause severe stomach pain. Ibuprofen causes liver damage.

So, what can we take to help with our inflammatory problems?  Well, let me introduce you to mangosteen.NP-Mangosteen Fruit  Mangosteen is a tropical fruit native to Southeast Asia that is touted for its antioxidants, especially xanthones, a type of chemical in certain plants. Its rind may be dried and made into a powder, and substances are also extracted from its bark. Mangosteen products are also available in capsule and tablet form.  Mangosteen can be found in our product Alpha.

Despite the name, mangosteen is not related to the mango.

Although there is no reliable evidence that mangosteen is effective as an anti-inflammatory product, its fruit has been shown to be rich in anti-oxidants.

Therefore, if you would like to have Whole Body Nutrition that packs a powerful Immune system Punch! alpha Than Alpha is the product that I suggest you try!  Alpha is an amazing cell level product loaded with Mangosteen which have Xanthones which may inhibit production of inflammatory compounds and may be useful to treat acute inflammation.*  Mangosteen supplements increase levels of antioxidant Xanthones in the blood and may protect against oxidation damage.  Alpha is a powerful natural supplement, feel the difference and start taking Alpha today.

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* Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. No claim or opinion on these pages is intended to be, nor should be construed to be, medical advice. Please consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet or exercise program. No claims found here or any of our related pages have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

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