Joint Support

Intense working out can go hand in hand with muscle and joint pains. Read more

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Do you often suffer from painful joints?

Intensive sports can be accompanied by symptoms in your muscles and joints. Just to give you an example: a runner is more likely to have knee problems than someone who does cycling. This is due to the enormous strain on the muscles and joints. This is often due to the activity, but did you know that nutrition can also play a role in this? 

Vitamins and minerals for muscles and joints

There are many vitamins and minerals that have a positive effect on bones and muscles. For example, vitamin C, manganese and vitamin D contribute to the maintenance of strong bones and cartilage. Copper is a mineral that is good for the connective tissue in the skin. If you are deficient in these vitamins and minerals, you are more likely to experience pain in the joints or even inflammation in the joints.

In addition to these vitamins and minerals, a combination of glucosamine, chondroitin and MSM is often used. Green-lipped mussel has also gained in popularity in recent years.