Green tea is commonly known for its antioxidant protection and immune support, but did you know that it can also promote bone health? Learn how its most active constituent, EGCG, can support overall bone health.
Bone & Joint Health
Bone health is not just a category for older individuals. Your risk of developing many bone related conditions when you’re older, depends on the lifestyle you follow when you are young. By eating the right foods and exercising regularly, you may be able to decrease your risk of bone-related conditions. When you’re young, your body makes new bone faster than it breaks down old bone. But at around age 30, you reach peak bone mass. After that, it becomes harder for your body to regrow bone. It’s never too early or late to learn about your bone health, including the important vitamins and minerals needed for proper utilization in your bones.
Gout is an incredibly painful form of arthritis. But what can exacerbate it and what should you be doing to better manage it?
Researchers are studying different nutrients for space flights that can help support the health of astronauts. They’re specifically looking at melatonin for bone health and for good reason.
Hip fractures are dangerous, painful and expensive to treat. So, how do you reduce your risk? You have to strengthen your bones. Here’s how.
How Glucosamine and Chondroitin Supports More Than Joint Health – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 292
Most of us have been impacted by sore, achy, stiff joints and think that it’s just part of the aging process. But there are two nutrients that have been shown to help – Glucosamine and Chondroitin.
UC-IIⓇ is really unique. It’s an undenatured type two collagen. Studies has shown that UC-IIⓇ can help ease inflammation in the body.