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As we grow older, bone and joint diseases become more frequent and there are fewer effective weapons with which to combat them.
However, the discovery of bone morphogenetic proteins (BMP), which are naturally present in bones, represents a major advance.
Our product is based on Bone Morphogenetic Proteins (BMO) which have been the subject of numerous studies since they were first discovered in the middle of the last century by orthopaedic surgeon Marshall Urist. His major discovery revealed that bone morphogenetic proteins induce regeneration of bone structure and cartilage. This involves an association between these proteins and specific stem cells, a type of cell widely studied for their therapeutic properties. Indeed, stem cells may offer treatment solutions for a number of diseases. The therapeutic applications of stem cells come from their self-renewal properties and capacity for cell diff ...
Naturally produced by the body, chondroitin is an essential component of cartilage It is also found in the bones, skin, cornea and arterial membranes. It plays a crucial role in building and maintaining cartilage tissue, ensuring that cartilage retains water, as well as its elasticity and strength, and that the joints remain supple.
Methyl-sulfonyl-methane (MSM), also called dimethyl-sulfone, is a rich, stable and natural source of organic sulfur. Although sulfur is found naturally in certain fresh fruits and vegetables, it is destroyed by cooking, processing and storing. Studies clearly demonstrate that MSM levels in the body decrease significantly with age. Supplementation is therefore an attractive option, particularly as it is inexpensive and free from toxicity.
Support for joint pain
Sulfur is found in particularly high concentrations in the joints where it helps in the production of chondroitin sulfate, glucosamine and hyaluronic acid. It plays a critical role in maintaining the stability and integrity of connective tissue and proteins.
Several studies have shown benefits from MSM supplementation as a ânatural lubricant’, in promoting joint comfort and easing pain associated with osteo-arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. A study conducted in 1995 revealed t ...
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