Ocean Avenue Review: How Empower Helped Ryan NinowRyan Ninow is an Ambassador with Ocean Avenue and one of the lucky few who have had access to Ocean Avenue products pre-launch. He had the opportunity to try Empower, the anti-inflammatory supplement that helped Franco Cavaleri avoid surgery. Ryan was injured while snowboarding a few years ago and Ocean Avenue's Empower has allowed him to regain the mobility and strength in his knee. Empower and WheyBeyond are both powerful anti-inflammatory supplements and can help athletes with results and recovery. As Ryan stated, it has helped him with his workouts and he has been able to lift more and have greater strength. Since Ryan is an avid weight lifter, having a supplement that would help him train better is a dream come true for him.
There are two types of inflammation - Acute and Chronic.
Acute inflammation - starts rapidly (rapid onset) and quickly becomes severe.
Examples of diseases, conditions, and situations which can result in acute inflammation include: acute bronchitis, infected ingrown toenail, sore throat from a cold or flu, a scratch/cut on the skin, exercise (especially intense training), acute appendicitis, acute dermatitis, acute tonsillitis, acute infective meningitis, acute sinusitis, or an injury.
Chronic inflammation - this means long-term inflammation, which can last for several months and even years. Chronic inflammation comes from the following:
- Failure to eliminate whatever was causing an acute inflammation
- An autoimmune response to a self antigen - the immune system attacks healthy tissue, mistaking it (them) for harmful pathogens.
- A chronic irritant of low intensity that persists
Inflammation is the Body's Attempt to Protect Itself"When something harmful or irritating affects a part of our body, there is a biological response to try to remove it, the signs and symptoms of inflammation, specifically acute inflammation, show that the body is trying to heal itself. Inflammation does not mean infection, even when an infection causes inflammation. Infection is caused by a bacterium, virus or fungus, while inflammation is the body's response to it. The word inflammation comes from the Latin "inflammo", meaning "I set alight, I ignite". Inflammation is part of the body's immune response. Initially, it is beneficial when, for example, your knee sustains a blow and tissues need care and protection. However, sometimes inflammation can cause further inflammation; it can become self-perpetuating. More inflammation is created in response to the existing inflammation." - From Medical News Today
If you are dealing with Chronic Inflammation, Ocean Avenue's Empower may help.
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