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Musculoskeletal apparatus

The skeleton can be considered the “scaffolding“ of the human body: it is composed of over 200 bones , joined together by connective tissue, or cartilage and tendons.

The skeletal system serves several functions: it provides support to the soft parts and protection (think of the rib cage, skull or vertebrae), gives insertion to muscles, acting as a “lever“ to allow movement.

The muscular system is instead essentially constituted by a set of tissues that, thanks to their capability of contraction, guarantee involuntary or voluntary movements, such as respiration.
The set of bones and muscles is the musculoskeletal system.

Since the main mineral component of bones is calcium, a supplementation of this element can be useful for keeping them in good health.
If food is not sufficient, to prevent deficiency states, which over time can lead to the onset of osteoporosis in people genetically predisposed to it, it is possible to intervene with specific products.
In particular, supplements containing calcium, phosphorus and vitamin D, C and K are primarily useful in facilitating the maintenance of normal bones and teeth.
More specifically, vitamin D can also promote the absorption and utilization of calcium and phosphorus, and assist the normal function of the immune system.

To counteract localised states of tension, which may arise as a result of poor posture, air blasts or overloads, or even prolonged moments of stress, it may instead be beneficial to take
supplements of amino acids, minerals, vitamins and other nutrients
:
magnesium
in particular may promote muscle function and support, together with phosphorus, the normal maintenance of bones, while
feverfew
is useful for counteracting the localised states of tension and promote joint function.

The well-being of cartilage should be also preserved with care, considering the fundamental "damper" role between joints, useful for allowing movement and avoiding the wear and tear of the joint.
Besides a proper posture, and behaviours that avoid excessive stress and trauma, to ensure healthy joints it may be useful to resort to amino acids and collagen supplements, fortified with vitamins B6 and C; the latter, in particular, can promote the formation of collagen needed for the normal function of cartilage.

Other substances that can promote normal joint function, often used together in specific products, are
ash, devil's claw, guaiac and wintergreen.
Finally, those who practice sport regularly may feel the need to supplement their diet with products specifically designed to ensure a normal muscle function or improve endurance during prolonged exercise.
In these cases, supplements of carnitine, minerals, vitamins and other nutrients may prove useful; carnitine in particular plays a vital role in cellular energy production, while magnesium can promote normal muscle function.

To restore hydrosaline balance after intense sweating, diarrhea, or fever, a valuable support is represented by
supplements of minerals and glucose
.

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