There’s not a whole lot you can do anymore in less than 10 minutes. Last week, I spent 20 minutes at the post office just returning an Amazon package.
What a waste!
Well, friend, if you’re sick to death of wasting time on nonsense, I’ve got some news for you today.
I’ve got a little extra motivation for you to take back your lost time.
Because if you reclaim just a little bit… only eight minutes a day… you can accomplish something far more important than sending a busted coffeepot back to Amazon.
You can EASE pain, REVERSE arthritis, and PREVENT disability.
This isn’t a trick. It really IS that easy. And I’m going to prove it to you today.
I’ll share the new research that proves it. And show you exactly how to get it done.
The “Easy Street” answer to beating arthritis
You’ve probably heard the old advice about exercising 30 minutes a day or more a million times.
And while it’s not bad advice, let’s be honest. That was tough to pull off even when you were young and healthy.
When you’ve got arthritis? Forget about it.
But new research shows you don’t even have to come close to that number to hit the sweet spot. Because you can get REAL and LASTING benefits in just a fraction of the time.
According to the study, just eight measly minutes a day will make a BIG impact. Talk about taking a stroll on Easy Street!
And if your battling achy joints you’ll want to get started right away. Because the new study finds a remarkable benefit for arthritis patients.
Just 56 minutes a week of activity will cut your risk of mobility disability by 86 percent. In other words, it can help you avoid ever having to struggle to get around.
But there’s another form of disability, one that’s often worse. It makes it difficult to carry out normal daily activities, like dressing yourself and taking a bath.
And once again, those magical eight minutes a day will protect you, cutting your risk of this form of disability by an impressive 45 percent.
REBUILD your joints with this powerful protein
That’s terrific news. But as good as it is, I want to make it even better.
See, keeping active is excellent for PREVENTING your arthritis from getting worse and advancing toward disability.
But it won’t do much about the damage that’s ALREADY there.
So along with getting your eight minutes a day, you can give your joints what they need to repair, restore, and refresh themselves with collagen. This powerful protein can help rebuild the damaged “cushion” inside your knees, reducing pain and increasing mobility.
But not every form works equally well. Look for a knee formula built around UC-II collagen. UC-II is so powerful that it’s up to two and a half times more effective than the glucosamine and chondroitin so many people rely on to repair their joints