About Joints/Bones

A healthy structure is very important in sustaining an active lifestyle as we get older. These products can help you keep your bones and joints healthy so you can avoid common problems such as arthritis and osteoporosis. They are specially formulated to ease inflammation, strengthen bones, and make joints move easier. Women especially ought to monitor their bone density as they get older in order to avoid osteoporosis. Some of these supplements will help keep their bones strong and healthy.

Featured Reviews for Joints/Bones



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Zyflamend


This is such a great product. It works so well for over-stressed muscles, injuries, even menstrual cramps- as those are the reasons I've taken zyflamend. It is completely herbal, utilizing many herbs used since ancient times to combat inflammation, like ginger, turmeric, and green tea. New chapter creates supplements of the highest standard; their ginger is always organic, their herbs are often formatted into a standard of what they call "super critical," which means it is completely pure and incredibly potent, using as much of the viable plant as possible within the formula. Read More...
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MSM with GS-500™


I really like MSM with GS-500 because it's a neat little combination of MSM, glucosamine sulfate and sulfur. Rather than having to rely on separate bottles for all three, I have the assurance of a well-balanced dosage in the vegetable capsule. I take this three times a day with the notion that, in combination with other supplements, my cartilage and immune system will be supported. Read More...
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Glucosamine Sulfate 500 mg


TwinLab makes some nice products; however, they missed with this. I believe glucosamine combined with chondroitin sulfate is the only way to go. By teaming up, 1000 mg. of glucosamine and 500 mg. of chondroitin a day helped lubricate my joints for weightlifting, especially when going heavy. I found out the hard way, don't try glucosamine alone, but make sure chondroitin is the partner. Read More...