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Nutrients for joint problems

Complaints with the joints are becoming more and more frequent.

This makes exercise fun: Natural active ingredients strengthen the joints without side effects.

The causes are manifold. The diagnosis is often the same: Wear and tear in the joints, the spine, cartilage problems, intervertebral disc problems, osteoarthritis... Conventional medicine usually reacts here with painkilling and anti-inflammatory drugs that have a variety of side effects.

Studies prove: Nutrients help the body to "rebuild".

Many years of scientific work were needed to find out that it is very possible to rebuild cartilage by taking in suitable nutrients. Studies with glucosamine and chondroitin prove this.

Another important nutrient in maintaining joint health is hyaluronic acid. It is the main component of synovial fluid, which in turn guarantees smooth joint function. If there is a lack of synovial fluid, the cartilage is worn out - joint problems, pain, arthritis and osteoarthritis occur.

Natural anti-inflammatory efficacies have been demonstrated for the nutrient Boswellia serrata (frankincense). In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study, Boswellia serrata significantly reduced swelling and pain in knee osteoarthritis and improved joint function.

Ideal partners to these nutrients are the essential (cannot be produced by the body) amino acids methionine and cysteine. In addition to their anti-inflammatory effect, these natural substances have a very positive influence on our joints in particular: they not only have a pain-relieving effect, but also stimulate our body cells to produce cartilage tissue.

Prevent and improve naturally.

An intake of joint-supporting nutrients is not only suitable for people who have joint problems. Rather, it also serves to prevent and support them. So that movement is fun at any age!

However, intake is especially important for those with ailments and those who are under a lot of stress. This applies:

in case of arthritis, arthrosis, joint complaints and spinal problems

after accidents, bone, cartilage or soft tissue injuries

for prevention in athletes

in case of inflammations and metabolic disorders (e.g. rheumatism or gout)

in case of lack of exercise, long periods of standing and sitting

in case of long-term overloading or incorrect loading (e.g. overweight)

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