Soup up joints
Cecilia Tan | On 31, Jan 2015
You probably take a glucosamine-chondroitin supplement if your knees hurt. It’s not all in your mind. There’s good reason to believe it works despite reports surfacing now and then suggesting otherwise. In 2006, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) conducted the largest study  ever on glucosamine-chondroitin and found that the majority of study subjects with moderate to severe arthritis pain experienced significant pain reduction with this supplement.
But you don’t like taking pills? Non vegetarians can simply boil a glucosamine-chondroitin stock with marrow bones and prawn shells. Use a pressure cooker or simmer for two or three hours. Cool and refrigerate for soup over a couple of days, and drink copious amounts. Your joints will thank you.