Supplements Which Promote Cartilage and Joint Support

November 10, 2011
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Perhaps you have recently had an injury to your knee and are looking for ways to support you joints and cartilage; fortunately, there are a number of options available on the market. Some are more common supplements than others but each is quite effective in helping you gain your full mobility that you once had.

 

Consider the following example: Jim was a successful football player for his high school that had great expectations for a great college career. After a hard working practice before a high school game, Jim jumped up to catch a ball and found himself falling awkwardly to the ground. He was carried off the field and noticed that his knee was swollen.

 

With concerns that his high school career was going down the tubes, he immediately began visiting with doctors and scheduling all the therapy he could find. After an arthroscopic surgery which helped clean up the cartilage, you found himself walking without a limp again. Although the surgery and the therapy were very effective in helping him get back to normal; unfortunately, it wasn’t providing him the flexibility that he once had.

 

After speaking to doctors and friends, the following supplements were recommended:

 

Mongosteen:
Mangosteen is also known as the “Queen of Fruits.” It is very popular in Asia and becoming more and more popular in the United States. Fortunately, mangosteen can be purchased as a supplement in the form of a drink. It is quite helpful and instrumental in helping to promote joint and cartilage health.

 

Today, mangosteen is being sold in stores and online for many years and has been clinically proven to provide a multitude of health benefits. Many scientific tests have confirmed some of the following health results:

 

o   Promotes intestinal health

  • Supports the immune system
  • Neutralize free radicals
  • Supports cartilage and joint function

o   Promotes a healthy seasonal respiratory system

 

Glucosamine:
Glucosamine is also very helpful in restoring joint and cartilage health. Glucosamine is most effective when used as a supplement with Chondroitin and MSM. The combination of these over the counter supplements has been quite helpful in promoting the support of joints.

 

If you have recently had a knee injury and are looking for ways to increase the recovery time of your treatment, perhaps it is time to look into clinically proven supplements. Mangosteen and Glucosamine have been quite instrumental in promoting the overall joint and cartilage health in people. Be sure and get back to normal life by consuming the right supplements on a regular basis.

Updated: November 10, 2011 at 4:34 pm