Best Vitamins for Joint Health

About 48% of the U.S. population over the age of 18 is affected by bone and joint conditions, also known as musculoskeletal conditions. Bone and joint conditions are the most common cause of severe long term pain and physical disability worldwide. Conditions that affect bone and joint health include back pain, arthritis, traumatic injuries and osteoporosis. These and other musculoskeletal conditions may lead to disability which can affect quality of life.

Nutrients like Calcium and Vitamin D are important for the development and maintenance of strong bones. It is thought that people with a calcium deficiency may lose bone mass faster and fracture bones more easily. Vitamin D supports efficiently absorbing and using calcium. A whole body approach to treating joint pain such as arthritis may be the most effective way to gain control and comfort. A healthy, anti-inflammatory diet that focuses on omega-3 fatty acids could aid in joint pain relief as well.

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