Do Joint and muscle Pains Restrict your athletic Performance? Fight them Naturally

Do Joint and muscle Pains Restrict your athletic Performance? Fight them Naturally

Do Joint and muscle Pains Restrict your athletic Performance? Fight them Naturally

Whether you are taking part in a sporting challenge this year or planning to participate in Ride London or the World athletics Championship, make sure your body is ready to perform and that you can reach your personal best. A lack of essential nutrients and calories will impair your ability, and training and put you at higher risk of injury prolonging your recovery.

According to NCBI Osteoarthritis is one of the most chronic conditions that usually affect elderly people, athletes and younger individuals. Depending on the population, the aetiology may differ: injuries, occupational activities, and obesity appear to be the most common causes of Osteoarthritis in young and athletic populations. Diagnosing Osteoarthritis in athletes and young individuals is sometimes challenging because of their increased pain tolerance.

However, there are natural and innovative ways to manage osteoarthritis and joint pains with the help of specialised diets, and specific food supplements like the Collagen MSM Plus that contains msn, glucosamine, chondroitin, vitamin D3, vitamin B12, vitamin B6 and vitamin C of the listed supplements and vitamins:

Collagen is the most common structural protein in the body, it plays an important role when it comes to joint health. When collagen is lost as we age, muscles and skin sag, bones lose density, and ligaments become weaker. Replenishing this collagen is key, especially in order to accumulate new cartilage and encourage the production of collagen by the chondrocytes. Hydrolysed collagen type II (Bovine) peptides also stimulates the cells that build bone. Hydrolysed collagen type II (Bovine) peptides naturally contains chondroitin and hyaluronic acid – substances that support joint health. Hyaluronic acid is naturally found in the fluid that lubricates the joints.

MSM is a powerful anti-inflammatory which reduces muscle spasms and relieve pain. Studies on patients with sports related injuries taking MSM, resulted in 40% fewer visits to a chiropractor.

Glucosamine sulfate is thought to help with cartilage formation and repair. Some laboratory tests show that glucosamine sulfate may help protect joint cartilage by limiting breakdown and helping to build up levels of cartilage. Glucosamine hydrochloride, another form of glucosamine, is considered to be equally effective as the sulfate form. It is absorbed more easily by the body and can be taken in lower dosages with the same effectiveness as glucosamine sulfate.

Chondroitin sulfate is part of a protein molecule that helps give cartilage its elastic properties and is thought to have an anti-inflammatory effect, which can help to reduce the painful swelling in the joints that occurs when the exposed bones in the joint rub together. In addition, chondroitin sulfate may also help slow the breakdown of cartilage and help restore cartilage growth to better cushion the joints.

restore the cartilage while Chondroitin may help with joint hydration.

Vitamin D3 is required for the bones as it regulates our body’s ability to absorb calcium.
Vitamin B12 helps the nervous system. Vitamin B6 strengthens the immune system and helps the body break down proteins. Vitamin C contributes to better absorption of the ingredients and the natural production of collagen and elastin.

We will review and detail several parts of the specialised diets, and the food supplements in the next post of this blog series, stay tuned and keep exercising.

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