The Best Way To Recover From An Injury? Prevention

The Best Way To Recover From An Injury? Prevention

The Body's Response To Injury

The body’s natural response to an injury is inflammation. Not all inflammation is bad.
Inflammation is a key factor in the body’s ability to recover and heal from injuries; however, too much inflammation can be bad and lead to other problems.

Inflammation is your immune system’s answer to fighting off infection and the initial healing from injury; however, sometimes the white blood cells causing the good inflammation might get confused and attack healthy tissue and organs. 

This is when acute inflammation can become bothersome chronic inflammation.

Relieving Acute Inflammation

Acute inflammation is the typical and appropriate response your body makes when you have an injury or bacterial infection for example. 

Acute inflammation is short-term and will go away once the injury is healed. Over-the-counter anti-inflammatories and cold compresses can be enough to manage acute inflammation. Of course, if there is an actual bacterial infection, you will want to reach out to your physician to determine if antibiotics are necessary.

Acute inflammation isn’t always something that can be avoided, but proper care of the injury and inflammation management will help it clear up faster.

Preventing Chronic Inflammation

Chronic inflammation is a trickier beast to deal with. You might not even realize you have chronic inflammation. 

Sometimes it can be hard to see or feel the symptoms. Going to a physician for testing can help you determine if you do. The doctor will evaluate your symptoms and may even check your blood for signs of inflammation. 

A blood test measures a protein produced by the liver, C-reactive protein (CRP), which rises in response to inflammation. A CRP level between 1 and 3 milligrams per liter of blood often signals a low, yet chronic, level of inflammation. The erythrocyte sedimentation rate is another blood test for inflammation. It is used for people with inflammatory conditions, like rheumatoid arthritis.”

These are basic labs that are generally drawn to look for obvious inflammation; there are a slew of other cytokines and markers that can be checked in the serum to assess for more insidious chronic inflammation.

Some common factors may increase your risk of developing chronic inflammation:

  • Cholesterol – Higher levels of LDL (bad) cholesterol can restrict blood flow in the arteries.
  • Smoking – Toxins in cigarettes have been linked to chronic inflammation.
  • Overweight – Excess visceral fat in the body can become an easy target for white blood cells responding to an injury making the inflammatory episode last longer. Adipose tissue itself also produces inflammatory cytokines.
  • Poor Sleep – Studies have shown that extended periods of sleep loss (insomnia and sleep apnea) can negatively affect the body’s ability to regulate inflammatory responses.

Daily Anti-Inflammatory Support: CBD Multivitamin

Dr. Meredith Warner, a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon, formulated her CBD Multivitamin to support the body’s ability to reduce inflammation for better workouts and recovery from surgeries. 

The Full Spectrum CBD, Magnesium Oxide, Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, Zinc Gluconate, and Calcium Citrate are ideal for those looking to build a healthy immune system, reduce inflammation, and stress. 

There are receptors for CBD on white blood cells and it is a well-known plant-based product that improves the function of the immune system.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr. Meredith Warner is the creator of Well Theory and The Healing Sole. She is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon and Air Force Veteran.

She is on a mission to disrupt traditional medicine practices and promote betterment physically, spiritually and mentally to many more people. She advocates for wellness and functional health over big pharma so more people can age vibrantly with more function and less pain.

At Well Theory, Our surgeon-designed products are FDA Registered and formulated to help people:

  • Manage the symptoms of musculoskeletal pain
  • Recover vibrantly from orthopedic related surgeries
  • Fill the gaps in our daily diets
  • Manage pain associated with inflammation

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The Mental Benefits Of Regular Exercise

The Mental Benefits Of Regular Exercise

Getting regular exercise is one of the best things you can do to boost your health, enhance your mental clarity, and more. 

But one of the main, yet often-overlooked benefits is that it can also have a huge impact on your mental health as well.

Exercise Can Lessen Depression

Getting regular exercise isn’t just great for your physical fitness – it can also decrease feelings of depression. Physical activity increases endorphin levels – which can produce feelings of happiness and euphoria.

Only 20% of physicians will even think to tell a patient with anxiety to exercise; 100% will prescribe chemical pharmaceuticals that are FDA-approved. To our knowledge, exercise is not FDA-approved for anxiety. That being said, there are reams of research results that support the concept of a health mind-healthy body duo.

For instance, in a group of persons that regularly exercise vs a group of sedentary persons, the exercisers reported 12-23% lower levels of mental health disorders. In addition, when compared to powerful psychoactive drug regimens, exercise has been found to be possibly more effective and at least as effective as these expensive pharmaceuticals.

Studies have shown that it can decrease stress levels as well. Exercise increases your heart rate, which can actually reverse stress-induced brain damage by stimulating the production of hormones like norepinphrine – which improves cognition and mood but also boosts mental clarity.

Exercise also makes your body’s central and sympathetic nervous systems communicate with each other, improving your body’s stress response overall. Exercise also increases your levels of endorphins and endocannabinoids; both groups of molecules reduce pain and perception of pain. 

Regular exercise can lower reactions to stress; this will reduce the noxious effects of too much cortisol on the brain.

Increased Confidence

As you get healthier and stronger, you’ll start being able to hit goals in your exercise routine. If you run, set goals to increase your distance or improve your pace. If you lift weights, increase the amount you lift. If you do aerobic exercise, like swimming or cycling, increase your distance and time.

As you reach these goals, you’ll feel a sense of accomplishment and feel more capable and confident in yourself. 

Read More: Why Tart Cherry Should Be Your Post-Workout Supplement

Exercise Improves Your Sleep

If you have trouble getting a good night’s rest, exercise can help you with that as well. Exercise increases your body temperature, which can have a calming effect on your mind.

It can help you regulate your circadian rhythms so that you get tired during the “right” time of day.

However, exercise can also increase your energy – so it’s important to not exercise too close to bedtime. If you can, it’s best to exercise first thing in the morning, as it’ll naturally help you wake up.

This also helps boost your mood. Exercise increases levels of important neurotransmitters responsible for feelings of ‘well-being’ and ‘happiness’.

Some studies have indicated that cardiovascular exercise can create new brain cells (a process known as neurogenesis) which helps improve overall brain performance and prevents deterioration. Exercise is known to increase levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor.

Our CBD Softgels are a great option for both post-workout recovery and provide an added anti-anxiety boost. CBD engages your body’s endocannabinoid system to soothe anxiety and reduce inflammation – so you can recover more quickly from exercise and not lose momentum in your new exercise regimen.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr. Meredith Warner is the creator of Well Theory and The Healing Sole. She is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon and Air Force Veteran.

She is on a mission to disrupt traditional medicine practices and promote betterment physically, spiritually and mentally to many more people. She advocates for wellness and functional health over big pharma so more people can age vibrantly with more function and less pain.

At Well Theory, Our surgeon-designed products are FDA Registered and formulated to help people:

  • Manage the symptoms of musculoskeletal pain
  • Recover vibrantly from orthopedic related surgeries
  • Fill the gaps in our daily diets
  • Manage pain associated with inflammation

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[Webinar] Bunion Care Basics & Natural Solutions

[Webinar] Bunion Care Basics & Natural Solutions

In this webinar, orthopedic surgeon and founder of Well Theory, Dr. Meredith Warner, discusses the basics of bunions. Here’s what you can learn from this webinar hosted by Dr. Warner’s clinic, Warner Orthopedics & Wellness: 

  • What causes bunion formation?
  • What causes bunion pain?
  • What are your treatment options?

At-Home Solutions

for foot & bunion pain

Dr. Meredith Warner founded her independent practice to better serve her patients. Her private practice gives her the autonomy to treat each patient with treatment methods catered to their specific needs and recovery goals.

This methodology is what inspired her to found Well Theory. She makes it her goal to not only help restore better health and function in her patients’ lives – but give them the tools they need to continue to better themselves and avoid future illness, disease, and injury. 

Dr. Warner carefully curated our Foot Cream’s formula to help those suffering from foot pain find safe, natural relief at home.

This plant-based complex is ideal for natural recovery and soothing common foot pains – including bunion pain.

Our Well Theory family of products, videos, resources, and more are all designed to help you find holistic + lasting relief from pain, and better overall wellness to carry with you into your day-to-day life.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr. Meredith Warner is the creator of Well Theory and The Healing Sole. She is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon and Air Force Veteran.

She is on a mission to disrupt traditional medicine practices and promote betterment physically, spiritually and mentally to many more people. She advocates for wellness and functional health over big pharma so more people can age vibrantly with more function and less pain.

At Well Theory, Our surgeon-designed products are FDA Registered and formulated to help people:

  • Manage the symptoms of musculoskeletal pain
  • Recover vibrantly from orthopedic related surgeries
  • Fill the gaps in our daily diets
  • Manage pain associated with inflammation

Surgeon Formulated
For Your Peace of Mind

Natural Ingredients + Cutting-Edge Medical Breakthroughs.

100% NATURAL PAIN RELIEF FOR PEOPLE WORLDWIDE

Why Running Gait Matters: How To Avoid Injury

Why Running Gait Matters: How To Avoid Injury

You Running Gait Matters

here's why:


Forefoot and midfoot strike runners tend to have increased cadence in running, which means that their feet strike the ground more often. They also have shorter stride lengths, more knee flexion and less ankle dorsiflexion.

The benefits of forefoot and midfoot striking:

  • A short stride length puts the center of gravity closer to the body, giving you greater balance and stability.
  • A faster cadence reduces overall loading, meaning that your feet don’t bear too much weight, decreasing injury.
  • Together, these biomechanical changes should result in less impact damage. Also, with forefoot strike, the calf muscles work harder and this can reduce overall impact load; however, it can put a lot of strain on the Achilles and that is sometimes a problem.

Knee strain is also reduced with a non-heel strike pattern of running. Because more muscles are engaged with a forefoot strike, the leg has more shock absorption with a forefoot strike than with a heel strike. Because the actions of the leg are more efficient with a midfoot or forefoot strike, the metabolic demands of running are diminished, and the runner becomes more efficient – faster, with more endurance. A running pattern that involves a mid or forefoot strike also takes advantage of the inherent capacity of the arch to store energy, which can also improve your time.

Choose Structure Over Cushion

when picking new footwear

It has been shown that using arch supports weakens the foot over time and can actually lead to injury. Minimalist shoes usually do not have much in terms of arch support, which encourages your arch to self-support, making your arch stronger and bettering your overall foot health.

It has also been found that the cushioning found in the heels of most traditional running shoes do not reduce the risk of heel injury. In other words, no amount of heel cushioning seems to make a difference when it comes to tibial stress fractures and plantar fasciitis.

Paradoxically, cushioning in a shoe can lead to problems like plantar fasciitis. Too much cushioning in the heel during impact can lead to excessive eversion of the heel and then to excessive pronation of the midfoot. This strains the plantar fascia.

Cushioned shoes also require more work from the knee and hip, both because they tend to be heavier than minimalist shoes, but also because the added cushion creates a larger shoe that must be lifted higher to clear the ground during a running stride. This creates the possibility of a greater risk of injury to the knee with highly cushioned traditional running shoes.

Most of the benefits of minimalist running are compelling but still theoretical as not enough studies have been done. Also, enterprising attorneys recently settled a class action lawsuit against Vibram for claims they made about the benefits of the FiveFingers shoe they made, so it is important to do your research and trust your own lived experience when choosing new running wear. It’s also not a bad idea to ask your physician or physical therapist for running shoe recommendations.

Some would say that minimalist running doesn’t eliminate injuries, but simply changes the type of injuries. Nonetheless, a lot of studies are showing significant benefits to simply changing the position of the foot during impact with running. New “minimalist” running shoes simply accommodate a movement already afoot.

Recover Quickly And Fully

Recovery after exercise is just as important as what you do during your run. If you aren’t fully recovered and are fatigued during your next run, you’re more likely to step out of the right running gait and overuse muscles, injuring  yourself.

Our products here at Well Theory are designed to help you heal and recover naturally – and are developed to seamlessly fit into your routine. Our new Tart Cherry Extract supplement is ideal for soothing away pain from sore muscles and provides support for a healthier cardiovascular system – so you can run longer and more efficiently. 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr. Meredith Warner is the creator of Well Theory and The Healing Sole. She is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon and Air Force Veteran.

She is on a mission to disrupt traditional medicine practices and promote betterment physically, spiritually and mentally to many more people. She advocates for wellness and functional health over big pharma so more people can age vibrantly with more function and less pain.

At Well Theory, Our surgeon-designed products are FDA Registered and formulated to help people:

  • Manage the symptoms of musculoskeletal pain
  • Recover vibrantly from orthopedic related surgeries
  • Fill the gaps in our daily diets
  • Manage pain associated with inflammation

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How To Reduce Inflammation After Exercise

How To Reduce Inflammation After Exercise

Post-Exercise Habits

to reduce inflammation and promote recovery

At Well Theory, our products, recipes, resources, and more are all geared towards helping you live a life with less pain, less inflammation, and better overall wellness. We know that the root cause of many lifestyle diseases is inflammation, and taking small, daily steps towards reducing inflammation can have a big impact on the improvement of your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

That being said, we also know that inflammation plays a key part in many of your body’s natural processes. When you bump into the corner of a coffee table, the swelling that occurs afterwards protects the site of injury so it can heal quickly and easily. And when you exercise, your muscles undergo micro-tearing and strain – healing these micro-injuries is a critical part of building better, stronger muscle fibers, improving your athletic performance, endurance, and overall physical health.

Inflammation is a normal part of this process, but if you overdo it, you may experience soreness that lasts a few days and can prevent you from continuing to exercise. Generally, even after a difficult workout, you should be able to walk normally the next day. You may experience soreness, but if your movement is inhibited, chances are you’ve overdone it.

Here are some tips you can use to reduce inflammation, so you can build a daily exercise you can stick to.

How To Reduce Muscle Inflammation

recover faster, get healthier

Tip #1: Stretch. It’s imperative that you fully stretch before any intense exercise. We recommend starting a short, daily yoga routine to ensure that you get a good 20-minute stretch session in. Flexibility, like strength, is built over time. If you’re new to exercise, a yoga routine alone may be completely sufficient.

Read More: Why Yoga Is Beneficial At Any Age & Ability

Stretching helps lengthen your muscles, making you less susceptible to injury. It also strengthens your joints and protects them from injury as well. Yoga can improve your core strength, which protects your balance, spine, and more.

Yoga itself can also have anti-inflammatory results. A weak core can put strain on your spine and other bones, injuring them and creating inflammation. Strengthening your core helps prevent inflammation in that sense.

Tip #2: Don’t overdo it. Again, if you are so sore you cannot move the next day, you’ve overdone it. Don’t start a new exercise routine every week – start with just yoga, add in some weights and cardio, and slowly build up your routine. Additionally, high-intensity workouts shouldn’t be done back-to-back. If you attend a fitness class that you find challenging, give your body a break the next day and only go for a walk instead of going for a run, doing an intense yoga routine, etc. Listen to your body and make sure it’s recovered completely before challenging it again.

Tip #3: Strengthen all muscles, big and small. You want to prevent muscle imbalance. If your core is weak, then muscles in your back will struggle to compensate. If your gluteus muscles are weak, then your hamstrings can get overworked. It’s always a good idea to visit with a physical therapist or personal trainer to get an accurate assessment of your overall physical health – they can tell you where your weak points are, and tell you which muscle groups to focus on.

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Tip #4: Get anti-inflammatory nutrients in your diet. Our Herbal Kitchen is filled with recipes that use anti-inflammatory and antioxidant ingredients. Most of our products also contain CBD, which is known to be pain-relieving and inflammation-reducing. Start with our CBD Multivitamin to boost your nutrition, and add in our CBD Oil Tincture and CBD Softgels for an added anti-inflammatory kick.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr. Meredith Warner is the creator of Well Theory and The Healing Sole. She is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon and Air Force Veteran.

She is on a mission to disrupt traditional medicine practices and promote betterment physically, spiritually and mentally to many more people. She advocates for wellness and functional health over big pharma so more people can age vibrantly with more function and less pain.

At Well Theory, Our surgeon-designed products are FDA Registered and formulated to help people:

  • Manage the symptoms of musculoskeletal pain
  • Recover vibrantly from orthopedic related surgeries
  • Fill the gaps in our daily diets
  • Manage pain associated with inflammation

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For Your Peace of Mind

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The Benefits Of Barefoot Running

The Benefits Of Barefoot Running

Barefoot Running

what is is & its benefits

Running is one of the most natural forms of exercise available to us. Human beings have evolved to be efficient runners from the hunter-gatherer days – long distance running was necessary for survival and led to the continued success and evolution of our species. We literally evolved to run, as distance running enabled our ancestors to gather and hunt the food needed to grow our brains to their current size and give us the intelligence our species has today.

Today, running is more recreational and generally not needed for survival. Endurance running is part of this recreational activity, carrying on a tradition our species has utilized for thousands of years. Running is extremely healthy and provides countless benefits, both cognitively and physically, but is not without risk of minor injury.

How You Can Avoid Running Injuries

with a new style of running shoe

Despite the running shoe industry and advances in sports medicine and prevention science, the overall amount of injuries to the legs, ankle and feet of runners has never really changed. About three out of four runners will sustain some sort of injury each year. These injuries include stress fractures, patellofemoral pain, iliotibial band syndrome, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, patellar tendinitis and more.

Once the book Born To Run, by Christopher McDougall was published in 2009, minimalist running has gained popularity in the running community. This running style has been thought to be more natural and to result in fewer injuries.

The basic theory of minimalist running is that when a runner is barefoot, he or she naturally avoids heel strike at impact and transitions instead to a midfoot or forefoot strike point. The simple movement of bodyweight at impact from the heel to the front parts of the foot is thought to make running more efficient and less injurious.

Minimalist (Barefoot) Running Shoes

the theory behind their design

Minimalist running uses shoes but they are different than the usual running shoe. Traditional running shoes (on the market since the 1970s) have a high heel offset of at least 8-degrees and often up to 12-degrees or more. This puts the heel higher than the forefoot. The traditional running shoe is designed that way to allow for more cushioning with a heel strike impact, and the way that it is designed appears to encourage heel striking. Traditional running shoes are less flexible, have stiffer heel counters and more arch support than minimalist shoes.

Minimalist shoes have lower offsets. Often, the heel to toe offset is 4–degrees or less.

Zero drop shoes have a heel that is at the same level as the forefoot. In addition, these shoes are usually lighter and more flexible than traditional running shoes. Some zero-drop and minimalist brands do offer various cushioning levels, but none approach the amount of cushioning found in a traditional running shoe. This may seem like a bad thing, but this lack of cushioning is intentional.

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The theory of a minimalist shoe is that the shoe should bring us as close to natural running (barefoot) as possible.

At Well Theory, we believe that working with the body, and not against it, is often the best way to heal yourself – body, mind, and spirit. Our products, resources, and more are all designed to holistically support you through your wellness journey, so you are in complete control of your overall well-being.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr. Meredith Warner is the creator of Well Theory and The Healing Sole. She is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon and Air Force Veteran.

She is on a mission to disrupt traditional medicine practices and promote betterment physically, spiritually and mentally to many more people. She advocates for wellness and functional health over big pharma so more people can age vibrantly with more function and less pain.

At Well Theory, Our surgeon-designed products are FDA Registered and formulated to help people:

  • Manage the symptoms of musculoskeletal pain
  • Recover vibrantly from orthopedic related surgeries
  • Fill the gaps in our daily diets
  • Manage pain associated with inflammation

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Why Tart Cherry Should Be Your Post-Workout Supplement

Why Tart Cherry Should Be Your Post-Workout Supplement

Whether you are a professional athlete or a casual runner, it is important to provide your muscles with the necessary nutrients needed to replenish themselves after physical activity. If you are looking for a fantastic supplement for sports nutrition, look no further than tart cherries. Here’s why.

Tart Cherries And Muscle Pain

Consuming tart cherries is steadily becoming a popular means of managing inflammation. This is one of the very reasons that make tart cherries a fantastic post-exercise supplement!

It is not uncommon to have muscle aches and tension following a workout. This can be caused by a number of reasons:

· You didn’t stretch before and/or after exercising. (Shame on you.)
· You over-exercised and strained your muscles. (Shame on you again.)
· You are experiencing the general tension and inflammation that comes after finishing a workout.
· Your body has too much chronic inflammation to properly recover on its own.

If you are training, working on maintaining a healthy weight, trying to build muscle, or simply keeping up with a fast-paced lifestyle, the last thing you want is to be slowed down by muscle pain. That’s where tart cherry supplementation comes in.

Muscle pain is generally due to increased acute inflammation. The microscopic structure of the muscle fiber is damaged, and this causes inflammation. Inflammation, of course, is necessary to start the healing process for that muscle. However, if left unchecked and not balanced, this inflammatory response can become painful and damaging.

For example, neutrophils that come to the site to eradicate the damaged muscle fibers can produce a lot of free radicals. These radicals cause oxidative stress and further damage. Cherries can help to promote the proper balance of healthy inflammation and damaging chronic inflammation.

How Do Tart Cherries Help To Reduce Muscle Pain?

Tart cherries work within the body to block oxidative stress and also decrease inflammation levels. Consuming at least 45 cherries each day is able to reduce circulating inflammatory cytokines in healthy people. For those participating in athletic endeavors, more might be needed.

Oxidative stress causes damage to the tissue itself and also promotes pain signals to form. 

These stress signals create pain responses and the free radicals may further inhibit the body’s ability to repair itself. 

Reducing these free radicals and relieving oxidative stress is a surefire way to soothe away muscle pain and help you recover faster from exercise.

Tart cherries are high in polyphenols, flavonoids, and anthocyanins which are plant-based compounds that help to fight inflammation and deliver antioxidants into your system. Even eating sweet cherries can help. Markers of inflammation, even CRP (C-reactive protein) decreased 25% in those that ate sweet cherries for a month.

Tart cherries and other dark-colored fruits with high levels of these healing compounds – including blackberries, blueberries, concord grapes, black currants, and more – also affect the microglial cells within the body, reducing inflammation and oxidative stress to control swelling and pain. Microglials cells are supportive cells for the nervous system, and they play a large role in pain production.

For healthy runners and athletes, it is thought that consuming about 11-120 cherries (or the equivalent) daily can reduce the pain and strength loss associated with delayed-onset-muscle-soreness (DOMS). Tart cherries simply hold more of the powerful phytochemicals than sweet ones. One scientific study looked at a group of endurance runners that took cherry juice for a week before and after a 24-hour racing event. The cherry was found to significantly reduce muscle pain after the event.

Rather than reaching for ibuprofen to relax muscle pain after a workout, trade your medication for the natural benefits of tart cherries instead. They naturally provide pain relief and inflammation control without the negative side effects of chemical-based pain medicine.

How To Use Tart Cherries Post-Workout

There are many ways to get the healthy benefits of tart cherry into your daily routine. The first is to consume fresh cherries. Make sure that you are choosing tart cherries and not traditional sweet cherries. Montmorency cherries contain higher amounts of the phytochemicals needed to provide your system with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory results than do Bing cherries.

You can also find tart cherry juice at your local grocery store, but be aware of the sugar content of these juices. Many varieties of these juices are packed with excess sugar for sweetness which counteracts the healthy effects of tart cherries. If you opt for juice as your source of supplementation, look for unsweetened varieties.

Tart cherry supplements are also a great way to add antioxidants into your day without the hassle of hunting through the juice aisle at the grocery store or pitting cherries at home. Also, cherry extract has little to no caloric content.

No matter how you choose to incorporate it into your day, make sure to keep tart cherries in mind as a natural method of health and recovery to strengthen your active lifestyle.

Add Our New Tart Cherry Extract Into Your Routine

If you are interested in adding the power of tart cherries into your daily supplement regimen, Well Theory is here to help with our new Tart Cherry Extract supplements. This daily capsule provides you with a high dose of antioxidants to help fight joint and muscle pain, lower inflammation, and promote high-quality rest.

Order our surgeon-formulated supplements today!

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr. Meredith Warner is the creator of Well Theory and The Healing Sole. She is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon and Air Force Veteran.

She is on a mission to disrupt traditional medicine practices and promote betterment physically, spiritually and mentally to many more people. She advocates for wellness and functional health over big pharma so more people can age vibrantly with more function and less pain.

At Well Theory, Our surgeon-designed products are FDA Registered and formulated to help people:

  • Manage the symptoms of musculoskeletal pain
  • Recover vibrantly from orthopedic related surgeries
  • Fill the gaps in our daily diets
  • Manage pain associated with inflammation

Surgeon Formulated
For Your Peace of Mind

Natural Ingredients + Cutting-Edge Medical Breakthroughs.

100% NATURAL PAIN RELIEF FOR PEOPLE WORLDWIDE