About your Bones and Cartilage
Do you know that your bones continue to be built and re-built? Yes, they do and you need to have the right kinds of nutrients in the right amount to keep this building process at its best. The ingredients in this dietary supplement helps keep bones strong.
You also need strong joints and cartilage to stay safe from joint injuries. When your joints and connective tissues are weak, you easily end up with knee injury or sprain when you accidentally slip up or get strained from sports activities or even from normal daily routines.
About Arthritis and Joint Health
You need strong bones and cartilage to stay away from arthritis. Arthritis is a painful disease. When you suffer from arthritis, doing the things normal people do such as walking, running, climbing, standing up and holding objects become difficult. When you have arthritis, the quality of your life is diminished.
Supplementing for Strong Bones and Cartilage
Take our joints and cartilage supplement to keep bones and cartilage strong. It is a special blend of food-based and herbal ingredients your knees and joints will surely love.
If you notice that your knees start to experience pain, lack flexibility and has a crackling sound when you walk up the staircase, it is a warning sign that there is something wrong with your cartilage. Take this food supplement to make them more flexible and less painful.
About the Ingredients of this Supplement
for Stronger Bones and Cartilage
Glucosamine HCL: Glucosamine is an essential part of the building material for joints and cartilage that hold the entire body together. Joint cartilage contains the highest concentration of glucosamine. The glucosamine HCL present in this joints-cartilage supplement is in bioavailable food form, easily absorbed and utilized by the body. The glucosamine used here is derived from shellfish.
Montmorency cherry: Montmorency cherries is a superfruit packed with nutrients, antioxidants and flavonoids. They have been used in natural remedies for centuries.
Nettle leaf: Nettles are naturally high in chlorophyll , vitamin C, serotonin, histamine, acetyl-choline and beneficial minerals including iron, calcium and silica.
Ginger and turmeric: The bright yellow pigment of the spice turmeric also contains the active compound curcumin, while ginger is rich in antioxidants.
Celery seed: Celery seed contains apiol and coumarins, as well as the minerals iron, phosphorus, potassium and sodium. As well as having an alkaline reaction on the blood, it supports healthy levels of uric acid in the body.
Panax ginseng: Panax ginseng is the botanical cousin of Siberian ginseng. It is a rich source of phyto-oestrogen and the biologically active ingredients are called eleutherosides, supporting the recuperative power of the body.
Apple cider vinegar: it is a great alkaliser and digestive when taken with meals. The pectin in apple cider vinegar may help to absorb toxins and move them out of the system, while the acids may support detoxification of the body.
Bromelain is an enzyme derived from pineapple juice.
Horsetail is a herb supports calcium absorption and utilization and is rich in silica and mineral salts including potassium, manganese, magnesium, sulphur and calcium to support bones and connective tissues. A deficiency in silica tends to precede calcium loss that causes loss of bone minerals.
Kelp is a seaweed and great source of iodine. It is a powerful detoxifier, infusing the body with alginates that bind with toxic chemicals and allow you to pass them safely through the digestive tract.
Papain is an enzyme derived from the papaya fruit, which assists in the process of digestion.
Rosehip is a fruit that is naturally high in the potent antioxidant, vitamin C.
MSM or Methyl sulfonyl methane is a source of the essential mineral sulphur involved in body tissue building. According to WebMD, early animal research shows some promise for decreasing joint degeneration. Small amounts of MSM can be found in fruit, corn, tomatoes, tea and milk. Higher amounts of this are found in supplements.