3 Ingredient Smoothie Recipe to Prevent Chronic Knee and Joint Pain


What would you do without your knees?

The pain in your knees is a result of many things. Sometimes your sneakers or shoes can cause major problems.

I have a friend who always walked around in her flip-flops. After a while, she complained that her tendon felt pressured and sour.

I always said to her to stretch and rest for a little bit. I had no idea she was walking around everywhere like that.

She refused to listen and the pain went up to her knees.

Walking with flip-flops is just like walking barefoot.


This is only one bizarre situation how your tendons and ligaments feel pain out of nowhere.

Overweight people also feel pain in their knees. I call this one major alarm your body is giving you that you need to lose weight.

I won’t get into describing all those injuries that require a special recovery process and unfortunately, a surgery.

This natural recipe will prevent that unexpected and unexplained pain in your knees.

All of the ingredients here have strong anti-inflammatory features that react on strengthening up your tendons and ligaments.

They are full with magnesium, silicon, vitamin C, and bromelain. They will provide your body with the necessary energy and strength.

Just wait and see the ingredients. It contains your favorite fruit and mine, too!

Ingredients:

  •      1 cup of oatmeal
  •      1 cup of water (250ml)
  •      2 cups of pineapple chunks (sliced)
  •      40 g of raw honey
  •      40 g of crushed almonds
  •      7gr of cinnamon
  •      1 cup of raw natural orange juice

Instructions:

  •      Cook the oatmeal (put it in a pot with boiling water for a few minutes)
  •      Squeeze the juice from the pineapple chunks in the oatmeal
  •      Blend the almonds, honey, orange, and cinnamon
  •      Add the oatmeal and pineapple mixture into the blender
  •      Blend until smooth
  •      Add some ice cubes and enjoy!

You can make this recipe by putting all of the ingredients in your blender.

This recipe contains cooked oatmeal because it’s softer.

It’s your choice.

source: mamabee.com