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Overcome joint problems

Joint pain is an increasingly common problem of the modern man as we are increasingly exposed to stress.

 

Joint pain causes

We know several joint pain causes. Inflammation or pain can occur in one or more joints. The structure of the joints in our body is very complex. They are made up of bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and other tissues. Any of these parts can be involved in a joint injury, so it is sometimes difficult to pinpoint the exact cause of the pain. Often all parts of the joint become inflamed.

Pain in one or more joints can is caused by a variety of relatively common medical conditions. Joint pain, although usually associated with aging, doesn’t only affect the elderly. An injury in sports, such as sprained ankle, can result in severe joint pain accompanied by swelling and restricted movement.

 

Collagen and joints

Collagen is the most abundant structural protein in human’s body. It is found in cartilage as an important structural tissue. After the age of 25, collagen begins to break down faster from year to year, which leads to more fragile cartilage and less flexible joints, thus greater chances of injury. Then, knee pain occurs, which makes it impossible for us to run around so easily, thus we are in a bad mood, and due to the reduced mobility, we can also start gaining weight.

 

How can we overcome the problems?

Dietary supplements can stimulate the production of collagen in the body, thus compensate for its deficiency.

Nature’s finest Collagen JointCare with the patented Fortigel collagen peptides formula, MSM and superfoods for optimal collagen synthesis. With a pleasant orange flavour and 5 g of Fortigel, contributes to the synthesis of collagen, which is an important component of the cartilage.

MSM (methyl sulfonyl methane) is a source of sulphur. Sulphur is an important element in the human body as it is a building block of protein and an important component of the connective tissue.

Camu camu powder is extremely rich in vitamin C. Vitamin C is important for stimulating collagen synthesis.

Rosehip is an herb that supports joint health and mobility. Pomegranate is also rich in vitamin C.

Fortigel collagen peptides are small type 2 collagen particles that are easily absorbed into the body. Type 2 collagen is a very important part of cartilage. Over the years, cartilage regeneration is slower, which is reflected in movement limitations. Therefore, it is important to add some type 2 collagen to the daily diet to stimulate collagen synthesis in the cartilage tissue.

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