We all know that it’s better for you to get your vitamins naturally from your diet.

Society is starting to snub drug and pill industry and you are probably not a fan of washing down handfuls of pills each day just to maintain a strong and healthy body.

But when it comes to injuries such as tennis elbow, should you consider supplements and vitamins to help speed up the repair of your damaged tendons and muscles?

Is this considered a more natural way of treating tennis elbow?

Tennis elbow is an injury that cause pain on the outside of your elbow.

You can develop it from doing anything that is repetitive using your dominant arm.

You don’t have to play tennis elbow to get it.

Short of removing yourself from activities and actions that aggravate and cause your elbow pain to increase, there are vitamins and supplements that you can take to help speed up your recovery.

Vitamin A

vitamin A for tennis elbow

The reason vitamin helps in the repair of your tennis elbow is because it helps speed up collagen production.

This helps the repair process of your torn connective tissues and extensor tendon.

You can take up to 900mg of Vitamin A per day as a supplement.

Besides it’s promotion of collagen, Vitamin A is also an antioxidant.

This means that it helps protect your cells from damage and aging.

If you would rather get Vitamin A from your diet, you will want to eat lots of dark green veggies, carrots and dairy products.

Read: Best Vitamins for Overall General Health

Vitamin C

vitamin C for tennis elbow

This vitamin is important for cell repair and cell growth.

When you suffer from tennis elbow, your extensor tendon suffers small tears.

Vitamin C can be synthesized by the body and help promote the repair of these tissues and cells.

The best way to avoid taking pills everyday is to eat foods that are rich in Vitamin C are kiwis, tomatoes, peppers, citrus fruits, berries, broccoli and dark leafy greens.

Beyond these 2 vitamins and supplements, you are pretty much wasting your time and money.

There is no arguing that when you increase your intake of these supplements your tendon will repair faster but

You also need to implement a strengthening program for your elbow tendons as well.

What If You Are Against Taking Vitamins/Supplements for Tennis Elbow and Your Diet Sucks?

Your diet and what you put in your mouth can dramatically play a role in your recovery from not just tennis elbow but for other common ailments as well.

We all no someone who has a perfect diet.

They get their 5 fruits and 5 veggies per day and are a lot less sick than you are, right?

Not just that but when they do get sick, their sickness is gone much faster than yours is.

If your daily diet includes processed foods and are loaded with sugar, salt, trans fats, MSG, alcohol, or Gluten.

They all makes your body’s natural defence mechanisms to deal with injuries and illness pretty much useless and weak.

The first change you can make you is to avoid anything that is fried.

Secondly, throw away the salt shaker.

In summary, no amount of vitamins and supplements can truly help you get rid of tennis elbow for good.

They are not a magic potion or pill to cure your condition.

If I am honest with you, I’m sorry to tell you that there is no real quick fix for tennis elbow.

But there is a combination of things that work quite well and really don’t take that much time to learn and implement.

It has to include exercises that help strengthen your outer elbow muscle extensors and tendons.

Surprisingly, it only takes 3 minutes every other day to follow and implement them.

What exercises am I talking about?

Ones that are shown in this instructional video and tutorial.

I must warn you that these proven techniques are for individuals who are dead serious about overcoming their tennis elbow and are sick and tired of throwing money out the window on things that simply don’t work.

Supplements and vitamins alone are simply not enough to kickstart the healing process on your injured tissues.

While they will promote faster repair, unless you put in a little effort, you will continue to suffer from tennis elbow and will always use your injured elbow as an excuse to avoid participating in things you truly enjoy and love.

Make the commitment today and start a home treatment program for tennis elbow that works and is Doctor approved!



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