Joints & Bones

When it comes to investigating natural supplements to support bones and  joints, we really are spoilt for choice. Better still, many of these are remedies that science has now been investigating for 30 years which means we can report that research, explain how and why these remedies work and give specific, well-documented information on therapeutic dosages.

Glucosamine & Chondroitin remain the backbone of many supplements that help to provide relief from joint pain and arthritic pain. Joint vitamins, omega 3 fish oils and topical pain relief sprays provide additional support to promote joint health and relieve pain. 

Calcium supplements, often combined with vitamin D, help to support bone health. 

 

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