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JOINT PAIN

Basic Science of Body Joints  

 

Joints can handle some heavy pressure. For example, knees handle a force of three to four times a person’s total body weight on average just taking a walk. The force of a deep knee bend during a squat can increase to nine times the body weight. So just imagine multiplying weight of more than 150 pounds times a minimum of three or four, and then even more. That can sure add up to a lot of heavy work on knee joints over time.

Where two bones meet, called the joint, the bone ends are covered with cartilage, also known as gristle. This cartilage is sturdy, elastic and spongy or compressible, and keeps the bones from moving against each other at the joint. The cells of this cartilage, called chondrocytes, are thought to be the longest living cells of the body.

Surrounding the bones and cartilage is strong, fibrous capsule lined with synovium, a thin membrane that lubricates the joint area with fluid. The end result is less friction or smoother rubbing together of the bones. This fluid also feeds the cartilage cells, keeping them healthy, and is “pumped” into them during joint movement. Thus lack of movement (activity / exercise) can be unhealthy.

Other parts of the body features involved with this scenario include muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bursea.  Muscles, attached to bones with tendons and ligaments, move bones by contracting. They also cushion movement, absorbing impact or shock. Throughout the muscle and tendon areas are bursae or sacs filled with fluid. These also help cushion movement. 


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There are two ‘star players’ on this winning team. The first is Glucosamine Sulfate. This is the raw material which aids in the repair of damaged joints and the building of new joint cartilage. 

The second is Chondroitin Sulfate which is a major constituent of cartilage. It provides the structure, helps to hold both water and nutrients, and allows for other molecules to move through the cartilage. 


This comprehensive nutrient combination with a total of 10 special ingredients provides the following benefits: 
Reduces inflammation, which is the underlying cause of pain. 
Reduces joint swelling and morning stiffness 
Enhances the synthesis of joint-lubricating, synovial fluid 
Regenerates joint cartilage
Increases blood circulation to your joints 
Improves and increases your range of motion and your mobility 


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