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Support your Bones and Joints

Ageing can play havoc with even the healthiest bones and joints. Staying supple, avoiding nagging pain and reducing the risk of osteoporosis (weakening bones) is often a challenge. However, help is at hand, at Health Interlink we have a wide range of natural supplements to maintain healthy bones and joints. The products include glucosamine, chondroitin, calcium, MSM, vitamin D and more, and come in a range of formulations, or as single supplement to suit individual requirements. Many of these formulas contain key ingredients for optimal absorption of calcium and minerals to support your bones and joints.

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Benefits to healthy bones and joints

There are many benefits to healthy bones and joints mostly grouped into three large categories of day to day life, risk of osteoporosis and sporting ability.
Day to day activities

It’s vitally important to maintain healthy, strong bones, they protect some of the vital organs in the body and are a strong support base for good muscle growth. If you have strong bones it means having the energy to dance the night away, play sports without tiring. They also give your body vital support on a hectic working day, something I’m sure we can all relate to. Weak bones or joints mean children and adults alike can’t enjoy day to day activities such as playing or going for a run.

Reduced Risk of Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a medical condition in which a person’s bones become brittle and lose density. This can be due to hormonal changes or deficiency in calcium or vitamin D. Although osteoporosis has little to no symptoms, it can cause great harm to your body. It means that you have an increased likelihood of mobility issues and it’s a lot easier to break a bone. Ageing means osteoporosis can cause increased curvature of the spine or ‘hunching’ as it begins to fracture. Women are at greater risk as they have less dense bones than men.
Sporting ability

Ok, so dreams of claiming the gold in the Olympics may have drifted away. However, many of us train for marathons, are keen cyclists or just like to go to the gym as part of a healthy, active lifestyle. Weight bearing exercise, such as jogging, tennis, dancing, walking and weight training are excellent exercises for the bones. That means, whatever your sporting goal is, having healthy bones and joints can get you one step closer to achieving it.
How we can help

At Health Interlink we know how important it is to stay supple as you grow older. That’s why, with our comprehensive range of all natural supplements for strong bones and joints, you’ll be able to limbo lower than ever before!

Contact us to find out more

If you need to know more about the benefits of healthy bones and joints, or have any other questions about our comprehensive range of products, don’t hesitate to get in touch or browse through our products online. Our professional and friendly staff are always on hand to answer any queries you might have.

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