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We have improved our Joint NHS formula to be more
helpful for all joint and arthritic types of aliments, with the addition
of hyaluronic acid.
Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found in great
abundance in young skin, synovial fluid and other tissues in humans
and animals. Over time, oxy radicals, produced mostly through exposure
to pollutants and sunlight, degrade and destroy hyaluronic acid. Fifty-year-olds
are estimated to have less than half the hyaluronic acid they had in
Our joints (like the elbows and knees) are surrounded
by a membrane called the synovial membrane, which forms a capsule around
the ends of the bones. This membrane secretes a liquid called the synovial
fluid. Basically, the synovial fluid is found in joint cavities. It
has many functions, including serving as a lubricant, shock absorber
and a nutrient carrier. The fluid protects the joints and bones. Hyaluronic
acid is a key component in of cartilage. Cartilage is immersed in the
synovial fluid and is a fibrous connective tissue. Cartilage is vascular,
meaning it contains no blood vessels. This is why the synovial fluid
is so important. Synovial fluid is the only way in which nutrients
can be carried into the cartilage and waste can be removed.