Rheumatoid arthritis/Osteoporosis/Osteoarthritis is a common type of bone disease also known as “wear and tear arthritis” The joints mainly affected by osteoarthritis are the finger, knee, and hip joints. The term osteoporosis describes a condition inside the bones in which large porous areas develop, weakening the bone structure. Some people think of bones as hard and lifeless, but they are actually living growing tissue. Do not presume that joint pain is arthritis. Joint pain can also come from the muscles, tendons, and ligaments around the joint. Your bones are made up of three major components that make them flexible and strong.
- Collagen, a protein that gives bones a flexible framework
- Calcium-phosphate mineral complexes that make bones hard and strong
- Living bone cells that remove and replace weakened sections of bone
- Osteo 303 will help manage RF
- Osteo 303 may help promote joint function, mobility, and flexibility and strengthens bones
- Osteo 303 will help reduce joint stiffness
- Osteo 303 will enhance the total immune system naturally without side effects.
- Osteo 303 may help Achilles tendon injury (Achilles tendon is fibrous tissue that connects the heel to the muscles of the lower leg)
Because of osteoporosis about half of all women over the age of 50 will have a fracture of the hip, wrist, or vertebra (bone of the spine) during their lifetime. After you reach peak bone mass, the balance between bone formation and bone loss might start to change. You may start to slowly lose more bone than you form. In midlife, bone loss usually speeds up in both men and women. For most women, bone loss increases after menopause, when estrogen levels drop sharply. In fact, in the five to seven years after menopause, women can lose up to 20 percent or more of their bone density.