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Nutrients for the joints: cartilage, tendons, ligaments, bones

Collagen I, II, III Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and in mammals. It forms fibres in the extracellular matrix, giving shape and mechanical properties to tissues. There are 28 types of collagen in our body, of which the first 3 are the most abundant. Type I collagen is mainly present […]

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Targeted Nutrients for Muscle and Energy  

  Muscles: mobility and stability Our muscles enable us to perform precise movements, maintain balance and posture, and produce heat. To take care of our muscles, which are adaptable throughout our lives, regular, moderate physical training and proper nutrition are essential. Our muscle mass decreases with age and our strength decreases in parallel (1-2% per […]

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