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Joint Mobility and Joint Support


Joint Mobility & Joint Support Evergreen.ieMuch importance is often placed on bone strength and calcium intake, but we often forget that our joints are just as important! Here are a few top tips on how you could help keep joints supple:

  • Try to avoid too much refined sugar
  •  Keep intake of saturated fats to a minimum
  • Increase intake of essential fatty acids through seeds, nuts and vegetables
    o Increase overall intake of vitamins and minerals with a good multivitamin
  • Avoid excessive protein intake
  • Check out and eliminate food allergies

Nutritional Supplements Which Can help Ease Joint Stiffness and Joint Pain:

Glucosamine Sulphate

Is an amino acid which is formed in our tissues from glucose and glutamic acid. It is the starting point for the making of many important tissue structures such as cartilage, tendons and ligaments. Age, injury and disease all deplete the body's level of glucosamine. By supplementing our diet, we could increase our body's ability to supply vital building materials for replacing worn out cells and tissues. Our joints, ligaments, tendons and bones are dependent on glucosamine for repair and regeneration.

Chondroitin Sulphate

Is a mucoplysaccharide, a major compenent of connective tissues such as cartilage, tendons, ligaments and bones. In order to maintain the optimum functionality of these tissues, adequate levels of chondroitin are essential. It is also helpful to lubricate the joints and act as a shock absorber by attracting fluid into the cartilage molecules. As with glucosamine, age or injury can impair the body's ability to produce chondroitin.


Is an enzyme derived from pineapple and is thought to inhibit inflammation. It is also believed to help break down immune complexesd which may otherwise trigger athritic symptoms. It has also been shown to speed up the healing time of injuries to tissues.


Such as Vitamins A.C & E and Seleneium may help to protect cartilage from being destroyed by free radicals. They may also help with the production of new cartilage. Deficiencies in various antioxidant nutrients are often observed in cases of arthritis. Quercetin is a bioflavonoid which has been found to display a powerful anti-inflammatory effect by inhibiting the production of leukotrienes and the release of histamines. Quercetin is also an effective antioxidant and may also help to stabilise collagen, which is needed for proper integriy of joint tissue.



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