BiotechUSA ARTHRO GUARD 120 tablets
A complex of up to 17 active substances supporting joint health
It multifacetedly promotes the functionality of the osteoarticular system
It intensifies regenerative processes within the musculoskeletal system
Increases the strength of joint-forming tissues
Limits the development of inflammation
Reduces oxidative stress
Reduces the risk of injury
Arthro Guard is an advanced stack of ingredients that promote health and functionality of the musculoskeletal system. It contains as many as 17 active substances that comprehensively promote bone and joint health.
Pack size: 120 tablets
Single serving: 3 tablets
Servings Per Container: 40
Joint problems are the most common complaints affecting individuals physically. Numerous training loads mean that even the smallest dysfunctions within them can lead to serious injuries. Insufficient regeneration processes also lead to persistent, chronic symptoms on the part of the locomotor system. Therefore, physically active people are especially recommended to supplement focused on joint health, both to prevent potential injuries and to support the regeneration of the tissues forming them. In the composition of the product formula we will find the most active substances in this field:
Calcium - a key building mineral, widely known for its important role in the strength of the skeletal system. Its adequate supply enables efficient bone mineralization, and thus increases their resistance to mechanical stress. The element also affects the efficiency of the musculoskeletal system through the muscular system. Calcium ions are an essential element of the molecular mechanism of muscle contraction, and therefore their presence determines smooth, functional movement as a result of skeletal muscle work.
Manganese - like calcium, is an extremely important mineral for skeletal development. It has a positive effect on the bone superstructure, and its deficiencies are one of the reasons causing the accelerated development of osteoporosis. In addition, it also has activity against connective tissue, increasing its functionality. Manganese supplements its effectiveness against the musculoskeletal system by affecting the nervous system, promoting proper coordination of movements.
MSM (methylsulfonomethane) - a compound commonly called "organic sulfur", deservedly popular as a substance supporting bone health. Has a multi-faceted effect on joint function. First, it participates in the synthesis of collagen, an extremely important compound responsible for the elasticity and strength of soft tissues forming human joints. Secondly, organic sulfur has a significant effect on the fluidity of cell membranes. Increases its functionality, promoting tissue nutrition and thus their proper functioning. Within cells that form joint tissues, this promotes their regeneration. Thirdly, MSM has anti-inflammatory effects on the joints, which is why it is able to reduce pain-generated pain symptoms.
Glucosamine sulfate - a compound popular as a substance supporting cartilage regeneration. It participates in the synthesis of proteoglycans constituting the scaffold of cartilage tissue. Increased glucosamine supply is associated with the ability to intensify ana processes within cartilage, preventing degenerative changes. It is recommended for people at risk of degenerative joint disease, as well as for people exposed to numerous loads of the locomotor system, and therefore mainly for athletes. Importantly, the beneficial effect on processes within cartilage also affects the reduction of inflammation in it.
Chondroitin sulfate - a substance that supplements the effectiveness of glucosamine, which is why it is often recommended as a combination synergistically affecting cartilage tissue health. As a component from the group of glycosaminoglycans, it is part of the proteoglycans that build cartilage. Therefore, chondroitin supplementation is recommended as an effective method promoting cartilage tissue superstructure. The severity of ana processes within cartilage not only has a therapeutic effect, but also positively affects the functionality of the joints - its efficiency determines the proper biomechnical work of the locomotor system.
Phenylalanine - an exogenous amino acid used in supplementation due to its analgesic effect. Although the mechanism of its action in the human body is not yet fully understood, the effectiveness of phenylalanine in the treatment of arthritic symptoms is indicated.
Collagen - is a protein that provides strength and elasticity of connective tissue elements. Although taken orally, it is not directly transported to the joints, collagen supplementation is a great way to introduce the amino acids characteristic of this protein into the body. Their increased supply enhances endogenous collagen synthesis. This has a positive effect on the mechanical resistance and functionality of the joints, because collagen is the flexible skeleton of soft tissues and cartilage conditioning the proper functioning of the musculoskeletal system.
L-histidine - an amino acid from the group of relatively exogenous amino acids, which means that it is synthesized by the human body, but in insufficient amounts, and therefore must also be supplied with food. It plays an important role in relation to the functionality of the cardiovascular system, because it is a component of hemoglobin. The presence of histidine on the histamine synthesis pathway is important for joint function. It mediates inflammation, regulates its course, which limits the disorders of the musculoskeletal system associated with inflammatory changes in soft tissues.
Bromelain - a proteolytic enzyme occurring naturally in pineapple fruit, also active in the human body, therefore it is used as an auxiliary in digestive disorders associated with dysfunctions of proteins. In addition, it is a prostaglandin inhaler (by affecting COX-2-induced cyclooxygenase metabolism) that stimulates the development of inflammation. Bromelain is particularly active in reducing arthritis, including rheumatoid arthritis.
Harpacosides - obtained from a distributed grapevine, also called a devil's claw. In phytotherapy, they are an active ingredient used to treat various types of musculoskeletal disorders. They show anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-rheumatic effect. Like bromelain, they inhibit the synthesis of pro-inflammatory prostaglandins by affecting cyclooxygenase 1 and 2.
Curcumin - a compound that occurs naturally in turmeric, showing significant analgesic ability. Research indicates its effectiveness even to reduce postoperative pain. It also demonstrates the effect of limiting the development of inflammation, is an inhibitor of the TNF-α cytokine. Curcumin is also capable of limiting the activation of those involved in the development of macrophage inflammation. It is particularly active against joint diseases and is indicated as an effective form of supporting the therapy of arthritic changes.
Procyanides - obtained from large-fruit cranberries, are compounds from the group of polyphenols with significant antioxidant activity. Relative to the function of the musculoskeletal system is their role as an inhibitor of enzymes that break down two compounds extremely important for joint health: collagen and hyaluronic acid. The first is the element that gives mechanical strength and elasticity to cartilage and soft tissues, while the second is the skeleton for the deposition of proteoglycans in cartilage, which increases its resistance to loads.
Polysaccharides - obtained from alfalfa, have anti-inflammatory effectiveness. They limit mRNA expression of proinflammatory cytokines, which is indicated as the main mechanism responsible for their activity against inflammation. In this way they supplement the supplement's impact on joint inflammation.
Boswellic acid - the active compound responsible for the biological effectiveness of Boswellia serrata. It is an inhibitor of 5-lipoxygenase, an enzyme that stimulates the production of leukotrienes and eicosanoids that are involved in the inflammatory response. In this way, boswellic acid can be effective in reducing inflammation within joint-building tissues. In addition, the analgesic effectiveness of boswellic acid is indicated. Research also indicates the activity of Boswellia serrata in the treatment of gonartrosis (knee degeneration). The extract of this plant not only has an analgesic effect, but also has a beneficial effect on the functionality of the affected joints.
Ginsenosides - steroid saponins present in Indian ginseng with significant activity on the immune system. They limit the ability of lipopolischarides (LPS) to bind to the TLR4 receptor, thereby limiting the development of inflammation in the body. They also promote the binding of hemoglobin to oxygen, increasing the efficiency of the work of the cardiovascular system. This promotes the nutrition of tissues, including those forming the locomotor system.
Bioflavonoids - obtained from bitter orange, are a powerful antioxidant. The reduction of free radicals in the body is particularly important in physically active people, because heavy training units are a stimulus conducive to the development of oxidative stress. A sufficiently high supply of antioxidants promotes the proper occurrence of regenerative processes in the body.
Gingerols - obtained from ginger, have anti-inflammatory effects. They limit the synthesis of Interleukin 2 involved in the development of the inflammatory reaction. In addition, they can have analgesic effects. Their effectiveness is indicated in the treatment of joint disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis or degenerative changes.
In summary, BioTech Arthro Guard is an advanced complex supporting the functionality of the musculoskeletal system. It intensifies regenerative processes within the tissues forming joints, positively affects their mechanical strength and functionality, and also limits the development of inflammation, being a versatile agent promoting bone and joint health. It can be both an effective form of prevention