Joint Health Vitamins and Supplements

Getting the nutrients you need

Some health experts consider a healthy diet to be a kind of medicine. This is especially true when it comes to joint health, where our everyday diet may not bring us the nutrients we need for healthy joints.

With the help of Dr Sarah Brewer, we dig deep to bring you information on the best joint health supplements. What is glucosamine? Does omega 3 help with joint pain? And is turmeric the next best nutrient for staying flexible? It’s all here.

The latest UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey has highlighted several areas of concern, such as low intakes of oily fish, low levels of vitamin D, particularly during winter months, and significant numbers of people not obtaining sufficient amounts of vitamins A, B2 and folate, or among the minerals, iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iodine, selenium and zinc.

Dr Sarah Brewer

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