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Copper Heeler brings relief from arthritis

By Tuesday, 03 March 2015 10:51 0
HEALING HEELS: Copper shoe inserts change lives. HEALING HEELS: Copper shoe inserts change lives.

MANY people have suffered with arthritis over the years, finding no long-term solutions, turning to strong medication to try and ease the pain, and thus putting up with a lesser quality of life.

Malcom Landsman, who had studied magnetic and copper therapy for years, realised he may have hit on the solution to easing the joint pain that so many people experience. Copper Heelers are a simple accessory placed inside the heel of the shoe that gives arthritis sufferers incredible results within weeks.

This works by means of replacing the copper in the body that arthritis sufferers lack. We all need certain metal elements in order to thrive and one of those key elements is copper, it is an essential part of the minerals within the body. There are 250 sweat glands in the foot alone, and so this is a prime area to absorb copper and utilise its healing properties.

Copper also prevents inflammation around the joints, so there is a feeling of wellbeing all round.

Malcom has been marketing the Copper Heelers in Spain for more than five years now, and he has satisfied customers spreading the word about their change of life since using them. One lady from Las Siesta wrote to Malcom only last week to say: “I have suffered for 10 years with the agony of arthritis, but since I have bought the Copper Heelers and worn them, my arthritis has improved in only five days!”

Another man approached Malcom while he was working on his Sunday market stall in El Zoco recently, who said that since he had been wearing the Copper Heelers, it was the first time he had walked without his stick for years.

This miracle insole has brought joy to many who have been restricted with movement in the past.

For more information on the Copper Heelers, please visit the website at www.copperheeler.es or call Malcom on 966 763 770.

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