Joint & Bones
Keeping your bones and joints healthy is integral if you want to remain active, pain free and do the things you love as you age. Our Move supplements have been designed to keep your bones and joints healthy, help maintain mobility and support an active lifestyle.
Joint supplements can help reduce the chance of injury, keeping you strong and flexible even as you age. The best joint supplements also contribute to reducing inflammation which can help relieve joint pain, prevent inflammatory arthritis and reduce stiffness throughout the body.
Benefits of joint and bone supplements:
- Make you less prone to injury
- Keep you strong and flexible for longer
- Reduce inflammation in the joints
- Protect against painful symptoms of arthritis
- Promote bone health
- Available in powder and capsule formats
What is the best joint supplement for knees?
What are probiotics and how do they help the gut?
Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are often called ‘good’ or ‘friendly’ bacteria for the gut. Evidence suggests that probiotics may help ease the symptoms of IBS and help restore the natural balance of your gut after an illness.
Does menopause cause joint pain?
Estrogen helps to reduce inflammation, so going through menopause can affect your joints and even bring up aches and pains caused by old injuries.
Why do joints get stiff?
Cartilage is a spongy cushion that helps protect your joints from impact and reduce friction during movement. As you age, your cartilage begins to dry out and stiffen, while the joint lining produces less synovial fluid which acts as a lubricant for your joints. Some people may experience joint stiffness after sleeping, which is due to the synovial fluid being unable to move easily and loosen you up. Moving around a bit should help relieve the stiffness.
Can supplements reduce joint inflammation?
Studies have shown that supplements such as turmeric, fish oil and glucosamine can help reduce inflammation in the joints.
Can exercise cause joint pain?
Exercise itself isn’t necessarily a cause of joint pain, unless you have a condition such as arthritis. Weakness in the body is a common cause of pain after exercise, as your joints need the support of strong muscles to help stabilise them during impact.
How do supplements help bones?
Numerous vitamins and minerals have been shown to affect bone health. These include Vitamin D, magnesium, calcium and zinc. Your diet plays an integral role in delivering these nutrients to your body, so supplements can help boost your intake and ensure you are getting adequate amounts.
Why do bones get weaker?
Osteoporosis is the process in which your bones get weaker, making them more susceptible to breaking and generally more fragile. The condition affects over 3 million people in the UK and is a normal part of the aging process, though it can happen much quicker than usual. Women going through menopause often experience bone weakening, and other factors such as drinking, smoking and lack of exercise can lead to weak bones.