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Dru Roosevelt at 63: Baby Boomers, Chronic Pain & Hyaluronic Acid

“Baby Boomers are at the stage of life when it’s common to develop long-term pain. That puts them at greater risk for dependence, depression, addiction and possible overdose from prescription opioids.” “As with Prince, baby boomers’ chronic pain means risk of opioid abuse.” www.charlotteobserver.com/news/nation-world/national/article85026407 Living with chronic pain is a way of life for many…
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Fight Workout Pain: Replenish Your Lost Hyaluronic Acid

Every New Year’s resolution is the same. You make fitness goals in January. You go to the gym and start a new exercise program. And then, the pain starts. Your muscles ache, your joints flare up. Your workouts get harder, and it’s so easy to stay in bed and hit the snooze alarm. Or to…
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Recovery and HA: More Important Than Ever

Everyone who seriously trains knows that recovery can make or break an athlete in competition. Hyaluronic acid (HA) – the high-molecular-weight, naturally-occurring gel that saturates every tissue in your body – is the key to recovery as we age, and after muscle, tendon, ligament, tendon and connective tissue overuse or trauma. Lifetime fitness and competitive…
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MSM: The Other Half of Our One-Two Punch

The Play Again Now team invested a lot of time – and has commissioned independent research – to prove the safety and efficacy of one of our two key ingredients: Oral, liquid hyaluronic acid. Our second active ingredient, methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) has an equally impressive and longtime positive clinical track record. In the November 2008 edition of…
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Riding Backward: Shawn VanGassen, Masters Competitive Cyclist

When you’re on the cusp of never being able to race again, a lot of things change. I’ve been on my bike since 1987 – so I just took for granted I would always have that ability. The course of my life was altered In February 2015 – the beginning of the season here in…
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Hyaluronic acid: How the “Recovery Revolution” Works

Hyaluronic acid (HA) – the high-molecular-weight, naturally-occurring gel that saturates every tissue in your body – is the key to recovery after muscle, tendon, ligament, tendon and connective overuse or trauma. Oral HA was long thought to be ineffective – many scientists believed that the molecule was too large to be absorbed by the body…
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Hyaluronic acid (HA): History and Ultimate Whole Body Recovery

 If you think hyaluronic acid (HA) is just a joint supplement, you are missing the recovery boat. Sure – there are a lot of joint supplement pills out there with HA powder. And yes, HA has been in the joint supplement aisle both online and in stores for a long time. But oral, liquid high-molecular-weight…
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#1 Fitness Trend 2016: Why Recovery Matters So Much

“Increasingly, doctors are diagnosing overuse injuries – stress fractures, bone separations and strained tendons – in young athletes. The injuries have become common enough for researchers to be studying their occurrence, and they suspect more happen than get reported. Sports and medical experts don’t see the trend reversing anytime soon.” “Too much, too soon: Doctors say young athletes are…
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The role of Hyaluronic acid (HA) in treating myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) By Jesse Branham, BA Exercise Science

Myofascial pain syndrome is a chronic pain disorder. In MPS, points in your muscles (trigger points) causes pain in seemingly unrelated parts of your body – called referred pain. MPS often occurs in active people and athletes, after repetitive muscle contractions. Research indicates that the muscle is covered with fibrous sheaths (fascia) that help keep…
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What is MSM?

Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is an organic, bioavailable form of sulfur, appearing in all living organisms, and was first identified by modern research in 1940. Since then, MSM became one of the most-studied of all natural compounds – thousands of research papers have been published documenting its therapeutic properties. Following calcium and phosphorus, organic MSM is the…
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