Sore Hips? Read This Before Reaching For Your Medicine Cabinet...

Let's face the facts: sore joints stink...

When you're sore, it's tough to get around.

And even the simplest tasks can seem like a struggle.

Now, here's the kicker...

If you're affected by this common problem... you may be making things worse without realizing.

Here's why...

When your hip hurts, or your knee is stiff, or your back is throbbing... what's the first thing you want to do?

Pop some Ibuprofen and REST.

You want to take it easy until you're feeling better. Plus, you don't want to risk wearing out your joints, right?

Of course not. But what you may not realize is that this a major mistake.

In fact, The New York Times recently reported that:

"One of the biggest mistakes people make... is to limit movement of the affected joint, which leads to stiffness and weakness that only makes matters worse1."

The bottom line?

If you want quick relief, you MUST keep moving. Now, you might be thinking, "Easy for you to say. How the heck am I supposed to do that when it hurts so bad?" And you know what?

You're 100% right. But here's some news you'll welcome with open arms...

You don't have to take up jogging, weightlifting, yoga, or any other exercise. Sure, all that helps. But the truth is, you can get almost as much relief by doing something much simpler...

A tiny tweak to your everyday routine that can make you feel so MUCH better.

This will all make sense when you watch the video on the next page. In it, you'll discover the 1 thing you should do daily for rapid relief. In fact, this is probably the most overlooked way to soothe sore joints. And the best part?

It takes less than 30 seconds a day, you can do it right at home, and it can give you results in as little as one week*.

Visit the link below now to get the full scoop:

==> Do this ONCE DAILY for better hips and healthier joints...

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1 Jane E. Brody (Sep. 19, 2016). Don't Take OA Lying Down. The New York Times.

2 Bakilan, F., Armagan, O., Ozgen, M., Tascioglu, F., Bolluk, O., & Alatas, O. (2016). Effects of Native Type II Collagen Treatment on Knee OA: A Randomized Controlled Trial. The Eurasian Journal of Medicine, 48(2), 95–101.

3 Di, L., Mannelli, C., Maresca, M., Micheli, L., Martinez-puig, D., & Ghelardini, C. (n.d.). LOW DOSE CHICKEN NATIVE TYPE II COLLAGEN Inflammatory infiltrate. Florence, Italy.

4 Scarpellini, M., Lurati, A., Vignati, G., Marrazza, M. G., Telese, F., Re, K., & Bellistri, A. (2008). Biomarkers, type II collagen, glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate in OA follow-up: The "Magenta OA study." Journal of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, 9(2), 81–87.