Joint Problems - Osteoarthritis
Joints and bones need a constant supply of suitable building and regenerating substances for their proper function. These include, in particular, proteins for the formation of collagen fibers, vitamins and minerals. Collagen, vitamin C and vitamin D, calcium and magnesium are essential for painless movement and for proper nutrition of articular cartilage, which cannot regenerate on its own.
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease that results in limited movement of the joint and subsequent damage. This condition occurs with increasing age and is caused by excessive strain on the joints.