The best drink for your knees and ligaments!


As people grow older their ligaments and bones become weaker especially the knees. There are many medicines on the market that guarantee stronger bones and muscles but not all of them are effective.

So, today we are going to present you a beverage that will improve the state of your joints, muscles, and bones.


  • Water (8 oz.)
  • Smashed sweet walnuts (8 oz.)
  • Sliced pineapple (2 cups)
  • Organic orange juice (1 mug)
  • Oatmeal (1 mug)
  • Cinnamon (1 tsp.)
  • Natural hone (1 tsp.)


Cook the oatmeal for 10 minutes and wait until it cools down. Now, add all the ingredients in a blender and blend them well. Drink two glasses of this amazing mixture during the day for 15 days. One before breakfast and the other whenever you want.

5 other foods that will help you if you have pain in your ligaments and joints

  • Water

The joints and the knees are full of synovial fluid therefore water is very important for their health. It will provide the adequate moisture in your joints.

It is very important to drink enough water during the day, 2 liters per day will be enough for a proper function of your ligaments and joints.

  • Onion

The onions and the other vegetables of this family are rich in Sulphur and this ingredient is very important for in the creation of collagen in the body.

Other vegetables that contain Sulphur are cabbage and asparagus.

  • Bluefish

These fish are rich in omega 3 acids and are also powerful anti-inflammatory agents. They protect the walls of the cells during physical activities. You should eat this kind of food at least two times per week.

  • Foods rich in vitamin C

Broccoli, parsley, uncooked peppers, oranges, tomatoes, etc. are all rich in vitamin C. This vitamin has the ability to preserve the collagen in the joints and bones.

The pineapple and the papaya also contain bromelain which is also very beneficial for the joints. Eat at least plenty of raw fruits and vegetables to protect your bones and joints.

  • Meats

They have the ability to help the bones to recuperate more easily and they also contain a protein that helps in synthesizing the collagenous cartilage.

They contain zinc and iron and you should consume 100 g. of red meat every week.  Eat also foods rich in phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, and take some supplements of vitamin D.


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