Nurture your musculoskeletal system naturally.

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A look at the skeleton

The skeleton is the bony skeleton of our body and has a dual function. On the one hand it keeps our body straight and flexible, and on the other hand the skeleton protects our organs.

The bones

A bone is a living organ. It is constantly renewed and stores minerals which are essential for a good functioning of the body, like Calcium and Phosphor. The nerves that run through the bone make it sensitive.

The joints

The joints connect the bones. They are classified according to their structure or mobility. In the highly mobile joints, both ends are covered with smooth and firm cartilage, so that they can move in relation to each other. The ligaments ensure the stability of the joint and prevent excessive movement. The whole is surrounded by the joint capsule.

The muscles

The muscles account for almost half of the body weight. They consist of fibres which can contract to make movements or adopt a posture. The muscles consist of bundles of muscle fibres, criss-crossed by numerous blood vessels that supply the necessary oxygen and glucose for muscle contraction.

Our musculoskeletal system and ageing.

As our bodies age, the ability to produce and maintain connective tissue such as muscle and cartilage decreases. This in turn can lead to the development of degenerative diseases, including arthritis and osteoarthritis. It is a universal problem, but one that can easily be remedied with the right supplementation of vital nutrients. It has even been established in clinical studies that the intake of the right nutrients and/or plants can restore degenerated tissue in the gait. This requires several weeks of intake.

Keep moving smoothly at all ages

Stay moving smoothly

Have you ever thought how precious a supple musculoskeletal system is?

A supple musculoskeletal system ensures that you can walk, run, jump, cycle, dance,... In short, live and enjoy life. When you're young, you don't think about this. But as you get older, enjoying the freedom to move smoothly and carefree is no longer so obvious. Therefore, it is wise to take good care of your locomotor system and all its parts. Nutritional supplements can be used to support muscles, joints and bones and help ensure that you can continue to enjoy youthful flexibility. For centuries, nature has provided us with a number of substances which can support movement.

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