Tens of millions of Americans (more than 50 million at last count)
have experienced something like this scenario, and maybe you’re one of them…
You go to see the doctor because you have a stiff, painful joint that just won’t quit—and he says the exact words you don’t want to hear.
He tells you that your poor joint is now BONE ON BONE.
Here’s what that means…
In a healthy joint—a knee, elbow, hip, shoulder or any other spot where two bones meet—the ends of the bones are covered by cartilage. This smooth, white “connective tissue”—a kind of cross between soft muscle and hard bone—literally cushions every joint
, making effortless movement possible.
But time isn’t kind to our joints. As the years pass, cartilage can erode. Cell by cell, it just wears away. Until there’s so little left that the two bones constantly bump into each other. Ouch! Nagging pain replaces pain-free living. Stiffness replaces flexibility.
And those achy joints often have a strange soundtrack—the creepy “bone music” doctors call crepitus. These grating, grinding, crunchy, creaky sounds are produced when--you guessed it--one bone rubs against another.
Now, maybe you’re feeling pretty hopeless about this “bone on bone” situation.
If there’s no cartilage left, what chance do you have of relieving pain and stiffness? Not to mention being able to do the things you love, like going for a pain-free walk or happily playing with your rambunctious grandchildren.
Short of a joint replacement, it seems like a joint that’s “bone on bone” is a lost cause.
I’m here to tell you that even in cases of bone on bone joint pain, there’s hope for relief.
I’m talking 30 seconds! You can’t get much more “instant” than that.
In fact, this one-step approach is SO simple and SO powerful that the doctor who created it is called “The Joint Whisperer”
—because the therapy he’s describing literally “talks” to your bones so that they behave.
Or you can think of the therapy as an-all natural “cushion” that quietly slips into the space between your joints, providing a way to stop bone rubbing on bone.
This unique therapy can restore range of motion. Reduce scarring. Relieve muscle tension and pain. And—most importantly—it douses the chronic inflammation that is THE main cause of vanishing cartilage.
And since chronic inflammation is the culprit behind so many health problems, this “bone on bone” therapy affects other organs too.
- Vitalize your heart, restoring good circulation.
- Energize your brain, improving mood and granting deeper sleep.
- De-age your skin, restoring youthful shine.
- Not bad for 30 seconds of your time!
So what is this “one-step” approach that provides relief in less than 30 seconds per day?
The doctor behind it put together a short video that explains exactly what it is and how to do it every day to start feeling relief from pain once and for all.
But I must warn you… this video is a bit controversial. And it’s ruffled more than a few feathers in the medical industry because of just how effective this natural solution is for destroying pain.
Because of that, this video is constantly under attack and I can’t guarantee it will be available to watch for much longer.
So please… don’t put this off...
Click Here to Watch this Video Presentation and Discover the Simple Pain Relief Protocol that Can Grease Your Stiff and Creaky Joints--Erase Your WORST DISCOMFORT--and Even Protect Your Heart and Lungs.
Yours for pain-free living,
ist of awards and nominations received by Katrina Kaif From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Katrina Kaif is looking away from camera. Kaif at a promotional event for Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara in 2011 Katrina Kaif (born 16 July 1983) is a British film actress and model who predominantly works in the Bollywood film industry. She has also appeared in Telugu and Malayalam films. She has received 3 Stardust Awards, 4 Zee Cine Awards, 4 Screen Awards, 1 IIFA Award, 2 Star Guild Award, and 4 Filmfare Award nominations. Kaif has also topped various listings of India's most attractive people, being named "World's Sexiest Woman" by FHM 5 times, Eastern Eye's "Sexiest Asian Woman" 4 times, The Times of India's "Most Desirable Woman" in 2010 and People's "Most Beautiful Woman" (India) in 2011. Kaif's feature film debut was in Kaizad Gustad's box office
flop Boom (2003), after which Kaif was written off due to her poor Hindi and thick British accent. She then starred as the titular character in the successful Telugu film Malliswari. After a small role in Sarkar (2005), Kaif found commercial success in Bollywood with the romantic comedy Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya? (2005), in which Kaif received her first acting award — the Stardust Award for Breakthrough Performance – Female; this proved to be her breakthrough in Hindi cinema. In 2007, Kaif received critical praise for her performance in Namastey London (2007). This was followed by a string of box office hits in which Kaif was often cast in glamorous roles. In 2009, Kaif appeared in New York, earning her first nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress. The same year she appeared in Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani. Both films earned her the Entertainer of the Year Award at Screen and the Best Actress - Popular Award at Stardust. In 2010, Kaif featured in Raajneeti and Tees
Maar Khan, receiving the Screen Award for Best Actress (Popular Choice). In 2011, Kaif's performance as a free-spirited bride in Mere Brother Ki Dulhan earned her a second Filmfare nomination in the Best Actress category. She also received her second Screen Award for Best Actress (Popular Choice) for her roles in Jab Tak Hai Jaan (2012) and Ek Tha Tiger (2012). Her films Ek Tha Tiger, its 2017 sequel Tiger Zinda Hai, and Dhoom 3 (2013) rank among the highest-grossing Bollywood films of all time. Her roles in Zero (2018) and the commercially successful drama Bharat (2019) garnered her widespread critical praise; her portrayal of an alcoholic actress Babita Kumari in the former is one of the most acclaimed of her career, earning her a Zee Cine Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Female and a third Filmfare Award nomination. Since Zero, critics have praised Kaif's maturity in her recent acting work, as well as her new creative focus to break the stereotype of onl
y doing glamorous roles. Kaif is one of the mainstream actors in India who have never won some critically acclaimed award or recognition for acting car