Tema: Joints

How to take care of your joints naturally

Joints are responsible for joining bones, allowing movement and flexibility and contributing to the stability and support of the body. Joints facilitate the daily activities we do. As we age, our joints suffer greater wear and tear, which can lead to serious problems that prevent us from continuing with our lives normally. For this reason, […]

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Essential components of the musculoskeletal system: bones, muscles and joints

The musculoskeletal system, also known as the locomotor system, is a set of organs that include the skeleton, muscles, cartilage, ligaments and other connective tissues. They work together providing shape, heat, protection and support to vital organs, as well as stability and movement to the body. It is essential to maintain homeostasis from a mechanical, […]

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Joints under control thanks to the tricks of one of our girls from the export department

As part of the company, who better than us to explain in great detail the virtues of our products? As I have said several times in Vitae we are a few geeks of food supplements and a healthy lifestyle and we try all the products. Each one of us has his list of favourites and […]

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Consumer Opinion about FlexiVita by: Monica Black

Monica Black, practitioner at Hampstead Hypnotherapy: “For the past 10 plus years I have suffered from arthritis in my spine, hips, and hands.  Both my thumbs are swollen – especially the left thumb, exceptionally painful with limited movement and disfigured. Although I had tried other supplements nothing had helped. I started taking FlexiVita last November […]

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How to keep your joints supple and young from within

A joint is where two or more bones meet. This “junctions” allow bones to move freely but within a controlled range thanks to a layer of tough, slippery tissue called cartilage. Cartilage is there for a number of reasons. Bone rubbing against bone directly would just wear out and deteriorate, causing quite a lot of […]

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