Glucosamine and chondroitin along with collagen protein are natural components of joints, cartilage and connective tissue. An adequate supply is essential to maintain joint mobility.
Lactoferrin is a naturally occurring iron-binding protein in milk. Iron together with haemoglobin contributes to red blood cell formation and is crucial for oxygen transport in the body. Iron also helps reduce fatigue and weakness.
Magnesium is important for healthy muscle function and electrolyte balance.
Zinc supports the immune system, protects cells from oxidative stress and plays an important role in acid-base homeostasis. Zinc also contributes to the maintenance of bones, skin and nails.
A healthy diet includes sufficient dietary fibre which not only facilitates digestion but also contributes greatly to general health. Dietary fibre occurs in two forms, soluble und insoluble, and is mainly found in whole grains and vegetables.
NITRIC OXIDE BOOSTERS
Nitric oxide (NO) acts as an important gaseous signalling molecule in the body by dilating blood vessels and increasing blood flow and nutrient delivery to muscle cells. There are several mechanisms for the formation of NO in the body. Arginine, citrulline and nitrate from dietary sources, for example, are metabolised first to nitrite then to NO.
Alkaline mineral salts primarily contain chemical compounds such as bicarbonate, carbonate or citrate that consist of the minerals calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium.
Calcium is required for maintaining bone health. It also contributes to the function of digestive enzymes and influences cell division and cell fate.