Do you know why our body needs sufficient joint nourishment? Our energy, stability and ability to move all depend on joints. Keeping them in good shape therefore requires “the right nourishment”. The right joint nourishment can help with:
- ligament renewal
- cartilage regeneration
- improved mobility
- supplying joints with substances that are already naturally part of their composition
Which joint nourishment to choose?
If you are looking for supplements that can help you maintain strong bones and joints, choose vitamin complex Glucosamine, MSM, Chondroitin. It contains three natural cartilage building materials that, in a unique combination, help the joints function properly, relieve pain and inflammation.
Looking for a complex treatment? Take a look at Vitago. This vitamin supplement helps support joints, back, musculoskeletal system, rheumatism, arthrosis, osteoporosis, gout and others.
30-day nutritional cure contains vitamins and other nutritious components that supply the joints with everything they need. This way you can continue to pursue an active lifestyle without limitations.
Joint nutrition - why do we need it?
Everyone knows that doing sports regularly puts pressure on joints which leads to their wear and tear. This is true for every sport. If you are someone that prefers a healthy lifestyle, you shouldn’t forget about joint nutrition!
It’s important then to include in your routine joint nutrition in the form of various supplements including:
Glucosamine is the most basic substance extracted from molluscs and crustaceans. People with allergies should take this into account. Glucosamine nourishes the joint and prevents joint tissue from decay. On top of that, glucosamine
- has analgesic effects
- slows down various joint diseases such as osteoarthrosis.
Glucosamine should be taken with solid food and not on an empty stomach.
Another very important substance in the joint nutrition. We get chondroitin from animal cartilage. In a combination with glucosamine, chondroitin helps slow down osteoarthritis and stifle joint pain. It also binds water and can improve cartilage flexibility.
MSM stands for methylsulfonylmethane. As you can see from the name, MSM contains sulfur. It has strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and it positively affects the creation of collagen.
With joint nutrition, don’t forget about the vitamin C which helps with collagen creation. It also acts as an antioxidant, helps prevent possible cartilage damage and even supports cartilage growth.
If you want to prevent pain and other problems, don’t forget to make space in your active lifestyle for the right joint nutrition.
For the support of the musculoskeletal system (muscles, joints, bones, or tendons), we introduce you to Tea Go. Its unique formula was designed for those looking for the possibility to optimize the musculoskeletal system.
Apart from vitamin supplements for joints, you can help your joints from the outside as well - with a natural Master balsam. Master is popular with customers who recommend it to all those that are trying to decide on the right pain relief.