Vital Therapy Joint Cream
Vital Joint Therapy adds copper to the area in which you are experiencing pain. Joint pain is often caused by copper deficiency. There are two main ways in which copper plays a part in reducing joint pain.
The first is increasing anti-inflammatory activity of an important enzyme. This enzyme -superoxidedismutase, works to lessen the effects of free radicals, which are a contributing cause to joint pain.
The second effect that copper has on joints is increasing the ability of bones and joints to heal by spurring production of the lysyloxidase enzyme. Lysoloxidase plays an important part in joint repair.
According to the manufacturers of Joint Therapy, this cream can replace many different supplements taken for joint health as outlined below. Ingredients in Joint Therapy include Vitamin C, Celedrin, Chondrotin, MSM, Pomegranate Extract, and Glucosamine.
Vitamin C aids the body in a variety of ways and is commonly used as a cure-all by people. Its role in Vital Therapy is important because it's required for connective tissue maintenance. It also aids the body in healing wounds by helping to synthesize natural collagen.
Celedrin is a relatively new compound created to improve joint health, flexibility and mobility. Clinical studies have proven Celedrin's efficacy as an anti-inflammatory that also reduces pain without known side effects.
Chondrotin increases joint mobility and the body's recovery time when injured. It occurs naturally in the body but additional Chondrotin may increase cellular water retention aiding cartilage to absorb shock.
MSM, or Methylsulfonylmethane, is an organic anti-inflammatory. It helps cells remove toxins and absorb more nutrients.
Pomegranate Extract is used in Vital Therapy for several reasons. Its antioxidant properties may reduce the spread of free-radicals. Pomegranate juice also has an agreeable flavor.
Glucosamine is often promoted by health professionals to repair joint damage as well as to lubricate the joints and encourage cells to form cartilage further protecting joints.
More than 90% of the blood in the body contains copper. It is incorporated into the blood by a compound called ceruloplasmin. (Ceruloplasmin is also called transferring). .