Joint Care

Musculoskeletal care is one of the most underestimated areas of human health. However, it is not only in elite athletes that the cartilage in joints wears out, leading to pain and limited mobility.

Dietary supplements and vitamins for joints

Vilgain Grass-fed Collagen Peptides
Vilgain Grass-fed Collagen Peptides ⁠–⁠ 100% pure hydrolysed collagen for healthier skin, hair, nails and joints
300 g
Vilgain Collagen Complex
Vilgain Collagen Complex ⁠–⁠ three branded collagen sources, refreshing flavour, cares for skin, nails and hair
Pear and peach 300 g
Vilgain Collagen Complex
Vilgain Collagen Complex ⁠–⁠ three branded collagen sources, refreshing flavour, cares for skin, nails and hair
Strawberry and banana 300 g
Vilgain Joint Support
Vilgain Joint Support ⁠–⁠ joint nutrition for active individuals, cares for joints, ligaments and tendons, fresh tropical flavour
Papaya 360 g
Vilgain Hyaluronic Acid
Vilgain Hyaluronic Acid ⁠–⁠ moisturizes the skin and revitalizes the appearance, reduces stress on the joints, in an effective high-molecular form
90 capsules

Joint nutrition ensures a sufficient supply of substances that prevent cartilage wear and tear and also acts as nutrition for tendons and ligaments. In the composition complex joint supplements are most often found in joint supplements with substances of the type glucosamine, chondroitin sulphate or collagen which have a building function in the joints. Hyaluronic acid can help with pain relief, MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) or omega 3.

An additional plus is a sufficient intake of of vitamin C, vitamin D or calcium.

How to use joint nutrition?

Joint supplements are suitable for active athletes, seniors who have experienced a lifetime of joint stress, and also sporting children, contributing to the proper development of the musculoskeletal system. Regarding the use of joint nutrition for children, it's advisable to first consult with a pediatrician. A special group then consists of individuals with a genetic predisposition to degenerative joint disease, known as osteoarthritis.

Joint nutrition primarily has a preventative nature and, in the case of a health problem, serves more as complementary treatment. For observing positive results, joint nutrition needs to be taken over the long term, regardless of the time of day the supplement is consumed.

How to prevent joint pain?

In addition to taking preventive dietary supplements for joints, it is also advisable to:

  • not to overload the joints - watch out for overweight, which contributes most to overloading, and technically incorrect lifting of heavy weights;
  • regular sports - walking, cycling or swimming do not put too much strain on the joints and can help strengthen them;
  • keep joints warm.

Hereditary diseases can also have a negative effect on joint health, poor posture or inappropriate footwear.