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As any active athlete, dancer or runner can tell you, you’re only as young as your knees feel. The knees are one of the largest joints in the body, and according to Harvard Health, they bear the force of 1½ times your body weight with each step walked on level ground.
The benefits of dietary fiber are manifold. Foods that are high in fiber – such as whole grains, nuts, beans, and fresh produce – contain ample protein, vitamins, and minerals.
Over 40% of Americans resolve to make changes every year, especially for those suffering from knee pain, most of them involve making health and lifestyle improvements. Often, these New Year’s Resolutions involve taking things away from your lifestyle, and the process of letting go of bad habits can make a challenging commitment that much harder.
Baby Boomers nationally are starting to approach a milestone they never thought they would: Old Age. Millions of people born between 1946 and 1964 are not only able to receive discounts at department stores on Wednesdays, many have grandchildren, and even more have sore, sensitive joints. According to the National Institutes of Health, Baby Boomers are at the center of an epidemic;