PHYSIOMANCE FLEXIFLUID provides in 40 ml :
- 1 g of glucosamine sulphate;
- 900 mg of natural chondroitin sulphate;
- 1.5 mg of MSM*;
- 30 mg of organic silicon extracted from horsetail;
- 15% copper RI** to strengthen connective tissue such as cartilage;
- 15% of RI** in manganese to support connective tissue and bones;
- 15% of the RI** in zinc to support the framework;
- 15% of RI** vitamin C, essential for the production of collagen which ensures the proper function of bones and joints;
- 15% of RI** in natural vitamin D3 for bone health.
PHYSIOMANCE FLEXIFLUID brings to your joints :
Mobility and fluidity: Vitamin C allows the formation of collagen fibres present at the heart of the joint structure. These fibres are essential for the fluidité́ articular movements.
Strength: Horsetail allows for good mineralisation of the cartilage.
Natural vitamin D3 is necessary for good bone health, it notably allows the proper use of calcium guaranteeing strong joints. Zinc is a mineral essential to the structure of the bones making up the joints.
**RI : Reference intakes
Why choose PHYSIOMANCE FLEXIFLUID from the THERASCIENCE Laboratory ?
For its 3 in 1 formula: mobility - fluidity - solidity, for a global care of your joints.
Did you know it ?
Osteoarthritis is a chronic condition that manifests itself as persistent joint pain caused by abnormal wear and tear on the cartilage and the entire joint. The most frequently affected joints are the knee, hip and spine.
There are many causes of osteoarthritis. Mechanical factors are in the foreground, associated with genetic factors, an inflammation process, ...
Osteoarthritis is a disease that results in an abnormal degeneration of the cartilage. Repetitive movements and repeated microtrauma to a joint can cause abnormal wear and tear leading to osteoarthritis. Excess weight and lack of physical activity are two other important factors.
In the case of arthrosis, the cartilage gradually wears out and loses its original qualities, i.e. its flexibility and elasticity. The entire joint is also affected: in addition to the cartilage, the ligaments, bone, muscles and synovial fluid are also affected. This results in a loss of the quality of the synovial fluid which normally lubricates the joint, stiffness of the joint, especially when waking up or after a period of immobility, a gradual loss of flexibility, a feeling of discomfort following changes in temperature, creaking and, more rarely, inflammation.