Don’t be rigid
We often forget about the protection of our joints, although without them we would hardly be able to move. They are very sensitive: one wrong movement is enough for the joint capsules, holding their structure together and filled with synovial fluid, to get injured. That’s when the cartilage-covered bone ends scrape each other, giving a crackling sound and causing great pains. Of course, it’s not only injuries that put the loadability of your joints to the test, but also excess weight or intensive physical exercise itself. And all that only gets worse with age.
Wear away your training shoes, not your joints
The joy of physical activity gets lost when your days start creakily. In order to work as well-oiled parts of your body’s mechanism, joints need the right nutrients. In the rush of everyday life you don’t always have time for a well-balanced diet.
When creating Arthro Guard:
We typically focused on active ingredients which nourish bones, connective tissues and the tissue types joints are made up of.
Bones and connective tissue:
We also added calcium to the product to contribute to the maintenance of normal bones. It also contains manganese, which contributes to the maintenance of normal bones as well as to the normal production of connective tissues.
Besides its mineral content, Arthro Guard contains an optimum dose of glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM and collagen. Often also used for arthritic pain, these are compounds partly found in the human body and partly taken in with our food. Vitamin C is also an essential component of Arthro Guard which contributes to the body’s normal collagen synthesis and normal conditions of bones and cartilages. We also added plant essences to the product. Asian ginseng, Indian frankincense, cranberry and alfalfa extracts, as well as bromelain enzyme extracted from pineapple, are also important elements of the complex composition. To all that we have also added curcuma and ginger extract, although not because of their taste. These herbs are traditionally used as anti-inflammatories in Asia.