Joint Care

Joint health supplements offer ingredients that help maintain lubrication and health in the joint tissue, for mobility, comfort, and function.

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Joint Care

Joint Health support  

Joint health supplements offer targeted antioxidant benefit and support with both researched and traditional ingredients. Joint health and the structure of joints in the body offer an organised platform from which we can move easily throughout the day. Supporting joint care and movement with the necessary nutrients is an investment for our future and a healthy ageing process. 

Joint Health Support Nutrients 

  • Glucosamine are necessary building blocks to help support and rebuild joint cartilage.  
  • MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) a natural sulphur compound to help support joint mobility, flexibility and comfort.  
  • Collagen Types 1 and 3 support the durability and flexibility of bones, joints, tendons and ligaments and is bovine or marine sourced. Type 2 makes up 85-90% of collagen in articular cartilage and is sourced from chicken sternum, providing building support for strong healthy bones and joint tissue.  
  • Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a traditional herbal extract that offers the active ingredient curcumin, for antioxidant benefit and healthy movement in joints.  
  • EPA (Eicosapentanoic acid) is an omega 3 nutrient in fish oil, krill oil and algae oil that assists with nourishing joint tissue and supporting joint comfort.
  • Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is a necessary co-factor in the absorption of calcium and ongoing support for bone health and joint health maintenance. 

Joint Health Support Tips 

  • Consider taking a collagen supplement or drinking bone broth, to further support bone health strength and support. 
  • Maintain a stable, healthy weight to take the added pressure and stress off joints and bones and to help support joint lubrication and mobility. 
  • Exercise supports the natural blood flow and nutrient delivery to joint cartilage and surrounding tissue, ensuring ease of movement and flexibility in strong, healthy, mobile joints. 


Joints form an organisational structure in the body that hold and bind the skeleton together and support movement. They allow muscles to move bones, referred to as joint function or range of movement, to perform tasks such as running, reaching out and grasping. There are many types of joints, but the most common are synovial joints and these joints are freely moveable.

Maintain a healthy weight to take the stress off weight-bearing joints, such as your knees, ankles, hips, and back. Keep moving. Staying active supports circulation and blood flow for nutrient support to joint tissue. Be aware of posture at the work place and as you go about your day, being careful to lift heavy things up, correctly. Support your diet with joint health support foods, including fish, bone broth, green vegetables, beans and pulses, nuts and seeds, olive oil and avocado.

The best supplements for joints include the following, Glucosamine offers building blocks to help support and rebuild joint cartilage. Chondroitin is a naturally occurring substance to help the body maintain fluid and flexibility in the joints. Calcium is an important mineral that helps to keep joint tissue strong and healthy. Vitamin D3 has shown in research that this nourishing vitamin may play a significant role in joint health. Ginger contains properties to support joint circulation and joint function. Turmeric has an antioxidant benefit to support joint movement and comfort. Omega-3 essential fats help lubricate the joint tissue for mobility and flexibility.

Exercise supports and strengthens the muscles, ligaments and tendons surrounding the joints. Regular activity replenishes lubrication to the cartilage of the joint and supports healthy circulation, to ensure vital nutrients reach the joint tissue. Wear supportive shoes, while exercising. Exercise the muscles around the joints to keep them healthy and strong. Warm up prior to exercise and cool down properly afterwards. Build your exercise intensity gradually to get your joints accustomed to it.