Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid is formed naturally in the joints and in the eyes. It is part of the connective tissue in the body, which includes the cartilage of the joints. In particular, Hyaluronic Acid plays an important role in the joints by transporting nutrients to cartilage. It also performs a key function by cushioning and lubricating the body.

Sources include
  • bread
  • dairy products
  • fish
  • Green leafy vegetables
  • meat
  • nuts and pulses
  • shellfish

It is important to have a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

Health benefits of Hyaluronic Acid

Health benefits

Why is is Hyaluronic Acid important?
- In bones, especially during movement.
- In joint cartilage

Wow! Hyaluronic Acid and Healthy Ageing
As we get older, a deficiency in Hyaluronic Acid can cause pain and joint stiffness, as the ability of the joints to cushion against impact is reduced.

Source: European Food Safety Association
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