Oats, Cinnamon and Pineapple Smoothie to Reinforce Your Knee’s Tendons and Ligaments

The role of the knees is crucial for us, as they enable all our movements, helps us walk, jump, rub, jump, and stand, and ensure a proper body posture. However, they can be damaged due to aging, inflammation, and injuries, and the tendons and ligaments can become less flexible and mobile.

Therefore, we need to strengthen our knees in order to prevent pain and additional complications.  The following natural remedy is among the best ways to strengthen the ligaments and tendons in the knees.

This organic smoothie is high in powerful anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving components since it is rich in vitamin C, magnesium, bromelain, and silicon.

Here is how to make it:

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup of instant oatmeal
  • 1 cup of 100% natural juiced orange
  • 40 g organic honey
  • 2 cups of diced pineapples
  • 40 g crushed almonds
  • 7 g cinnamon
  • 250 ml water

Instructions:

Boil the oats, and juice the pineapple pieces. Then, in the blender, add the orange juice, honey, cinnamon, and almonds, blend well, and then add the oats and the pineapple juice.

Blend once more, and enjoy it! You can consume this healthy smoothie on a daily basis, and in the summer, add a few ice cubes for a more refreshing sensation.  It will quickly strengthen the knee tendons and ligaments and soothe joint pain!

Moreover, note that sprains, strains, tears, and pain can cause falls and thus limit the amount of time you can spend exercising. Yet, if you spend a few minutes daily strengthening the knees, you will drastically alleviate joint pain.

The following knee exercises will be highly beneficial:

-A ball squat boosts the strength of your knees. Put an exercise ball between the thighs, squeeze the ball while lowering the body into a squat position, bend the knees at 90 degrees at the end of the squat, and hold for 10 seconds. Make 10 repetitions.

— A leg lift strengthens the quadriceps, and improves knee strength. Lie on the back with your left leg bent and the foot flat on the ground. With the right leg straight, elevate it 10 to 15 inches off the ground, hold for 5 seconds, and lower it. Repeat on the other side, and make 10 repetitions.

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