Supercharge Your Water with Hyaluronic Acid
Supercharge your water with Hyaluronic Acid. It enhances the potential benefits of both the water and hyaluronic acid. When you add this amazing supplement, also known as the molecule of youth, you are benefiting your body’s lubrication system. So go ahead and grab a water, while you read further to see how this will be a game-changer in the way you feel.
Since I’m easily bored with scientific mumbo-jumbo, I’m going to spare you the parts about the molecular structure of hyaluronic acid. Feel free to read more about that here. (Thank you Indeed Labs) Moving on, I’ve seen beauty products everywhere touting that their product contains vitamins, minerals, and hyaluronic acid.
Hyaluronic Acid is Best Friends with Water
You can also take Hyaluronic Acid orally. This brings me to my next point, Hyaluronic is best friends with water. Now, I personally like to jazz mine up with a calorie-free flavor addition to a 16-20 ounce reusable bottle. My favorite flavors are non-carbonated pour in powders. I love the Crush flavors Pineapple, orange, grape and more. I feel good about recommending this product to you because I have personally used these with my hyaluronic acid caplets.
Here’s where the fun begins, I fill my bottle with water, add the flavor(I prefer pineapple 0- calories) or adding it to my protein shake after a vigorous workout. and then the hyaluronic acid. Yep, I pull the caplets apart as shown here.
Supercharging my Water with Hyaluronic Acid
Supercharging my water allows me to get the hyaluronic acid into my system faster. By taking advantage of Hyaluronic acids water solubility, I’m counting on this water to be rejuvenating in a more efficient way. and hopefully, stay in the connective tissue longer. Just so you know, there are several types of connective tissue in the body. It appears as though this method of putting the contents of the gel caplet directly into the water will give smarter results. If you prefer to keep your water all-natural, try adding the Hyarulonic acid to cucumber water or fresh fruit-flavored water.
Committing to a Routine
Committing to a routine of drinking the water, exercising and focusing on a healthy clean diet, may allow me to get the results I’m looking for sooner than later. I’m hoping to improve: Skin tone, firmness, and elasticity, better eyesight, (just so you know, our eyes are comprised mostly of hyaluronic acid) and reduced joint pain and inflammation.
When it comes to joint pain and inflammation, I have found that going gluten-free is the fastest method for reducing joint pain and inflammation, feel free to read more on the subject here.
However, I have cheat meals. I love Italian food pasta, garlic bread pizza, alfredo sauce, so I’m not always as good about being gluten-free. Of course, the American diet is also full of gluten with tacos and noodles and dumplings and Oh!!! I’m just making myself hungry. I’m looking for a way to make gluten sensitivity more manageable. You should know Apple cider vinegar helps, and I believe using Hyaluronic acid also helps.
Certain Foods Contain High Amounts of Hyaluronic Acid
Certain foods contain high amounts of Hyaluronic acid such as organ meats and chicken/turkey legs and thighs. My granddaughter showed me a recipe to try called Mexican drumstick soup. It was delicious and full of vitamins and hyaluronic acid.
Just as important as getting your Hyaluronic acid from a supplement, add in the goodness of foods containing high amounts of hyaluronic acid. Here (Thank you to Nutrition You Can Use) is a generous list of foods you can add to help with creating a more youthful feel to skin and joints.
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I’m Karen with Embracing Aging,
Reminding you to embrace your age
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