Natural Supplement for Knee & Joint Pain
Collagen Type 2 :
Popping knees or a bad back may be considered a normal part of getting old. Although these issues may be typical, their cause is often related to the reduction in the production of the primary building block—Collagen Type 2. Collagen Type 2 makes up 50% of cartilage protein, so it’s easy to understand that when the levels of this type of collagen drop, cartilage is weakened or stops regenerating. The result is often the “creaks and squeaks” experienced in joints. Without adequate amounts of cartilage and the lubrication of hyaluronic acid, joints will eventually rub together and cause a variety of pain and inflammation issues. Natural levels of Collagen Type 2 decrease with age.
Collagen Type 2 supplements can stimulate new and abundant collagen production and improve joint and cartilage health. Collagen Type 2 contains chondroitin, hyaluronic acid, and the antioxidant proteoglycan which makes up the cartilage matrix glycoprotein (CMGP). This crucial protein actually reduces oxidative stress in the joints which is caused by cartilage-attacking enzymes.
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Collagen Type 2 Collagen from Chicken Sternum :
- Has peptides that act as building blocks which trigger natural collagen production.
- Contains chondroitin that may promote a healthy inflammation response, which blocks
the enzyme that breaks down cartilage.
- Contains hyaluronic acid which makes up the synovial fluid necessary to lubricate joints.
- May redirect the immune response which targets cartilage breakdown.
- Is specific to cartilage tissue reproduction, function, and maintenance.
- Has virtually no side-effects and is highly tolerable by most individuals.
Collagen Type 2 Supplements may :
- Assist in the recovery of sports injuries.
- Promote meniscus injury recovery (indicated by painful clicking or popping of the knee).
- Target the cause of a bulging disk.
- Benefit those with autoimmune-related joint issues such as arthritis. support back, jaw, and joint health.
Glucosamine hcl :
Glucosamine is a natural substance made in the body, and makes up compounds called proteoglycans and glycosaminoglycans. Cartilage is made up of these compounds, therefore they are required to cover and protect bones in the joints, providing lubrication and shock absorption. Glucosamine also prevents deterioration of joints and supports other joint structures including tendons, ligaments and discs.
Glucosamine intake therefore may offer protection as we age, as glucosamine production is reduced with age, and needs are also increased during high levels of activity
Calcium Citrate :
Calcium is necessary for many normal functions of the body, especially bone formation and maintenance. Calcium plays a very important role in the body. It is necessary for normal functioning of nerves, cells, muscle, and bone.
Calcium Ascorbate :
Calcium ascorbate is a natural form of vitamin C. Importantly, calcium is coupled with Vitamin C to deliver the benefits of both calcium & Vitamin C. Vitamin C is powerful antioxidant that protects body against oxidative stress.
MSM helps decrease joint inflammation, improves flexibility and restores collagen production. MSM supplements are beneficial for helping the body form new joint and muscle tissue while lowering inflammatory responses that contribute to swelling and stiffness. An MSM supplement is a natural and effective anti-inflammatory because of how sulfur impacts the immune system and facilitates normal cellular activity. Sulfur needs to be present for our cells to release many byproducts and excess fluids that can accumulate and cause swelling/tenderness. MSM can act like a natural analgesic, helping prevent and treat muscle aches and pains, throbbing and swelling while improving range of motion and mobility.
|Calcium Ascorbate||25 mg|
|Calcium citrate||100 mg|
|Collagen type 2||350 mg|
|Glucosamine hcl||250 mg|
What is Nveda Joint Support ?
Nveda Joint Support contains ingredients that promotes recovery and maintenance of joints. Unlike most nutraceutical ingredients, which provide one-dimensional support, Collagen Type 2 is actually a concentrated bioavailable and bioactive matrix of naturally occurring molecules that play a vital role in the body’s ability to maintain healthy connective tissues & flexible joints. Together these elements provide multi-dimensional nutritional support that helps the body more effectively renew connective tissue health in targeted crucial areas such as joints.
Why Collagen Type 2 ?
Let’s start with what happens to our body as we age. In our teen’s and early 20’s there is an abundance of Collagen and this promotes the growth of muscles tendons and ligaments, collagen is used as the building protein for this growth.
However, from about the age of about 25, the amount of collagen produced by our bodies reduces at a rate of between 1 to 1½% per year. This means that by the age of 45 we have approximately 25% less of the collagen in your body that is needed for optimum joint and skin health.
What is the difference between Type I collagen and Type II collagen ?
Collagen types are a biological classification. Type I collagen is found in bones and skin. It accounts for more than 90% of organic mass of bone and is also the major component of skin, tendons and ligaments. Type II collagen is the main collagen of cartilage. Collagen is the most predominant protein in the body. A number of different types of collagen have been discovered among which type I/III and type II are the major types for the skin dermis and for the articular cartilage respectively.
What makes Chicken Cartilage different from gelatin ?
Chicken cartilage is the ONLY currently known source of Type II Collagen. Gelatin or Chondroitin Sulfate provides only Type I Collagen which does not work as effectively with immune-system- related forms of arthritis.
How does Chicken Cartilage work ?
The Type II Collagen in Chicken Cartilage naturally stabilizes the body’s immune system and helps neutralize the production of abnormal molecular structures thought to be a major cause of joint misery and stiffness; especially in rheumatoid arthritis. It also provides the raw materials for human cartilage.