Our bones provide the underlying structure of our bodies and protect our internal organs while our joints affect our mobility throughout our lives. Protecting bones and joints is one of the most important, yet one of the most overlooked components of our overall good health.
We build up strong bones, teeth, and joints throughout our childhood, and on average, we are building up our bone mass until we reach peak bone mass at about age 30. From then on, adults will tend to lose slightly more bone mass than they gain. Our bones tend to become thinner and more brittle as we age.
While painful bones and joints tend to develop over time, researchers from around the world have found that there are ways to help maintain bone and joint health through nutrition and maintaining healthy habits throughout life.
- Maintain Proper Nutrition – Getting enough calcium in your diet can help maintain good bone and joint health. Foods such as milk, yogurt, soy, cheese, spinach, and other leafy green vegetables are rich in calcium.
- Drink Plenty of Water – Drinking enough water each day can go a long way to helping you to maintain good bone and joint health. For our bodies to produce enough synovial fluid and cartilage to keep our joints well lubricated, we need to drink an adequate amount of water every day.
- Avoid Tobacco & Alcohol Use – Research has shown that the use of tobacco products and alcohol can leach calcium from our bones and teeth and weaken them over time. While a glass of wine or one alcoholic beverage per day is usually ok, having two or more drinks per day can increase the risk of developing conditions such as osteoporosis.
- Get Plenty of Exercise – Having a routine of regular physical exercise, including walking, hiking, swimming, or bicycling, can help to maintain strong bones and supple joints.
- Be Aware of the Side Effects of Certain Medications –Some medications can affect bone loss more than others. Some steroidal medications like cortisone, prednisone, and inhaled corticosteroids have been shown to increase bone loss and the development of osteoporosis. Other medicines like anastrozole, which is used to treat breast cancer, can adversely affect bone health over time.
- Boost Bone Health with Supplements – Recent research conducted by the Australian National Health Survey found that one of the best ways to maintain good bone and joint health is through nutritional supplements, especially when recommended by your doctor. According to recommendations by the National Institute of Health, the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for calcium is 1,000 milligrams per day. After age 50, the recommended RDA of calcium for women and men over age 70 should be 1,200 milligrams per day. For adults, the recommended RDA per day is between 600 and 700 IUs per day of Vitamin D3 to increase the absorption of calcium in the body.
At Sir Jason Winters International, we are proud to offer the highest quality supplements to help you maintain bone and joint health.
Glucosamine Recovery Formula – Glucosamine and glycosaminoglycans are elements that are naturally produced by our bodies. Both are instrumental in helping our bodies to produce collagen, which is used in the formation of cartilage and synovial fluid that keeps our joints lubricated. Our formula also contains Methylsulfonylmethane or MSM, and Vitamin C that is also used to form collagen. We have also added Chondroitin Sulfate, which is crucial for the proper absorption of Glucosamine and gains its benefits within the body.
Our Glucosamine Recovery Formula is recommended to be taken once per day. It comes in a bottle of 100 capsules and is regularly priced at $35.00 each. We are now offering this exclusively formulated supplement for just $16.99 per bottle.
Chelated Calcium – Our bodies require calcium to nerves, cells, muscle, and bone, joints, and teeth to remain strong and function properly. When we don’t get enough calcium through the food that we eat, our bodies will take it wherever it can. When this happens, the body will slowly leach calcium from our bones, making them weaker and causing the body to develop chronic conditions such as bone loss or osteoporosis. Because we now know that people who take certain medications can suffer a loss of calcium, as can some women who are pregnant, nursing, or postmenopausal, taking a calcium supplement is recommended. Researchers have found that the process of chelation, by binding calcium to amino acids, can help the body to absorb and utilize the calcium more readily.
Sir Jason Winters’ Chelated Calcium supplements are a proprietary blend that also contains Magnesium, Zinc, and 400 IUs of Vitamin D. Each bottle contains 90 tablets. Once you find out from your doctor or other healthcare professionals that taking a calcium supplement is right for you, as a dietary supplement, three tablets of our Chelated Calcium may be taken each day, preferably with meals.
Our Chelated Calcium is regularly priced at $12.90 per bottle and is now available for just $6.40 per bottle! That’s more than a 50% savings.
Vitamin D3 – Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is a form of Vitamin D that can help your body to absorb calcium.
We usually get Vitamin D through our exposure to the sun. However, because of the wide use of sunscreens, protective clothing, and other factors, our ability to get enough Vitamin D may be limited. To combat this, many doctors recommend taking a Vitamin D supplement to treat low calcium levels as well as to aid in the treatment of hypothyroidism and kidney disease. Vitamin D3 is also sometimes prescribed to patients to help lessen the side effects caused by certain medications that can cause calcium depletion.
Each gelcap of our Sir Jason Winters D3 supplement contains 10,000 IUs of Vitamin D3 and comes in a bottle of 90 capsules. The gel caps make this supplement easy to absorb. For adults, take just one capsule per day with a meal or as recommended by your doctor or other healthcare professional. Our Vitamin D3 supplement, regularly priced at $15.25 per bottle, is now available at substantial savings for the low price of just $9.95 for bottle!
You can also save an additional 5% for this and all other Sir Jason Winters supplements by taking advantage of our subscription service. When you subscribe, you can have all of your supplements delivered safely and conveniently right to your door, either once every two weeks or once each month.
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