A breakthrough in support for tendons ligaments and cartilage

A breakthrough in support for tendons ligaments and cartilage.

 Recent research and development in the United States has led to a breakthrough in nutritional support for the health of connective tissue such as tendons, ligaments and cartilage.  This breakthrough may help injury recovery, tissue healing and a reduction in pain.

Preliminary research suggests that a combination of specific vitamins and minerals and unique phytochemicals may be useful for patients who are not so responsive to standard physical treatment.

Connective tissues are composed of a complex extra-cellular matrix that gives strength support and protection to the body.  The health of this matrix is governed by a family of enzymes that in healthy tissue are beneficial to tissue growth and repair but at other times can be implicated in inflammatory and degenerative processes.

A combination of certain nutrients including phytonutrients from hops, berberine, selenium, zinc, biotin, niacin, folic acid and vitamin B6 and B12 was recently tested in a small clinical trial and observed to improve treatment response to other body work. Patients reported pain relief and increased flexibility.

So don’t head straight for the anti-inflammatory bottle which infact suppresses the healing process try some natural phytochemicals and vitamins and minerals to enhance healing.