Can These Nutrients Replace Your Pain Pills? Part 6 — Benefits of MSM

This Got Me Thinking…

Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)

The World of MSM Recap

  1. MSM is an organic form of sulfur.
  2. It is key in forming the connective tissues of your body along with collagen, cartilage, and keratin.
  3. Helps keep all of the connective tissue healthy, elastic, and flexible in the body. This in turn keeps these tissues from degenerating.
  4. Helps with energy production and the metabolism of your body cells.
  5. It even helps insulin be more effective

Benefits of MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane)

  • Shown to reduce chronic pain in a 1999 study.
  • Researchers found that in more than 18,000 patients they were studying who suffered from chronic pain, 70% of them found their pain was diminished or disappeared altogether when taking MSM.

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Mike Uhrlaub

I am a Physical Therapist and CEO/Owner of Flex Physical Therapy.

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