Healthy Bones and Joints

Product Code: 64981/64981
Retail: 196.00 €
Points: 100.00VP
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Movement is the key, and movement without pain or discomfort is perfect. Keeping our bones and joints in good health is the basis for maintaining mobility, and mobility is the cornerstone of our independence. We all know that the passing of time most often makes itself felt in joints and bones. 

Calcium, zinc, vitamins C and D and physical activity are the answer. You'll find all the necessary ingredients in the “Healthy Bones and Joints” set.

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Calcium Plus Vitamin D is a key part of the set. It contains ingredients necessary for keeping bones and joints healthy, and its composition allows calcium and phosphorus to be absorbed effectively. 

Zinc ALT is the perfect dietary supplement for ensuring bones stay healthy. 

EverFlex is a great combination of chondroitin, glucosamine and MSM (methylsulfonylmethane).

Vitamin C is responsible for producing collagen necessary for joint health. 

Collagen contains as much as 17 g of collagen peptides, which makes it a very rich dietary supplement. 

Vitamin D3 is associated with immunity, but there is no doubt that it is also needed to keep bones healthy. In addition, it helps in the absorption of calcium and phosphorus that bones need. 

The Tei-fu warming massage lotion, which our customers refer to as a first aid kit in a tube, completes the set. The perfect approach is to massage Tei-fu into the joints before going for a long walk or other physical activities.

Included in the set: 
Zinc ALT
2 x EverFlex
Calcium Plus Vitamin D.
Vitamin C bioflavonoids
Vitamin D3
Tei-fu – Massage lotion

Recommended use: 
Use all the products included in the set in accordance with the instructions on the labels. 

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