The common problem with joints and bones
More than 400 million people worldwide suffer from muscular and skeletal disorders. These diseases are the main cause of severe disability and chronic pain. Common musculoskeletal disorders include osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and gout. In U.S. osteoarthritis is the leading cause of disability and chronic pain in over 50% of the people over the age of 60. One of the causes of musculoskeletal disorders is the deterioration of cartilage on the joints due to wear and tear from daily activities. The World Health Organization has declared the period from 2000-2010 as the ‘Bone and Joint Health Decade Campaign’ to raise the awareness of governments worldwide about the severity of bone and joint diseases. Nowadays, everyone is a “phubber”, apart from the usual work, everyone has been looking at their cell phones even when they are eating, sleeping or going to toilet, the lack of exercise has also led to the growing trend of cervical spondylosis in younger people, with the rate of cervical spondylosis among young adults aged 20-40 increasing year by year!
People with cervical spondylosis will experience the following symptoms, which can be classified into three stages, from mild to severe.
Stage 1: Neck pain, soreness, swelling, sometimes with shoulder pain or neck stiffness, which belongs to mild cervical spondylosis.
Stage 2: neck pain, soreness and swelling, accompanied by numbness of the hands, which belongs to moderate cervical spondylosis.
The third stage: neck pain, soreness and swelling, accompanied by dizziness and lightheadedness, belongs to severe cervical spondylosis.
Key to healthy skeletal system = calcium + exercise + sleep + collagen, these 4 combination is a must!
Articular cartilage is a special form of connective tissue, mainly composed of 71% collagen, 19% glucosamine and 10% chondrocytes. Insufficient supply of peptides not only leads to the damage of articular cartilage, but also will damage collagen and lead to the formation of bone spurs. The relationship between collagen peptides and calcium is like cement and sand. When a person reaches the age of 40-60 which is the middle age, the rate of collagen lost from the body is greater than the rate of synthesis, this is due to calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and selenium cannot be absorbed effectively by the body, which leads to the occurrence of chronic orthopedic disorders, such as joint pain, arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoporosis.
Collagen is very important! The lack of collagen is the main reason of calcium loss, which is the root cause of osteoporosis.
T3’s unique formulation
Revitalisation Renourishment Rebuilding
Helps maintain and protect bones and joints by – regenerating – replenishing – rebuilding
Top 10 Benefits: Rejuvenates cartilage, repair joints, relieves joint pain, improves cervical spondylosis, increases bone density, prevent osteoporosis, promote collagen synthesis, promote wound healing, enhances skin and nail structure and elasticity, strengthens muscle tissue and prevents muscle atrophy.
Deep sea fish collagen peptide
30+ years old, young and middle-aged people:
At this stage, we reach the peak of bone mass in our lives!
After this point, the accumulation of bone mass stops and it starts to decline from its peak after the age of 30. For women, they lose about 10% of their bone mass when they have a baby. Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers should focus on bone replenishment!
40+ years old, middle-aged men and women:
The decline in bone mass intensifies during this period, creating a hidden danger of osteoporosis. After menopause, estrogen level in the body drops significantly, and the rate of bone loss accelerates as well. During the initial 3 to 5 years of menopause, it is important to practice a long-term bone care supplementation.
50+ years old, middle-aged and elderly people:
Be careful, as the crisis approaches! Bone mass is drastically reduced during this period, making us very expose to osteoporosis and bone fractures. Older people should especially on guard against falls. Once fracture occurs, 10% of bone mass will be lost in a month laying on bed, while muscle atrophy and decreased motor ability will occur.
Adults: 1 packet per day
People with bone diseases: 1 sachet daily in the morning and 1 sachet daily in the evening (recommended for long-term and continuous consumption)
Can be taken by pouring directly into the mouth and swallowing with plain water. Or add the powder to 50 ml of warm water, mix and drink.
It have the taste of cranberry, slightly sweet taste and in powder form.
Generally, you will notice a relief of joint pain within 7 days, and a significant improvement of back pain and weakness of both feet after 14 days. However, the effect may vary depending on the absorption rate of each individual.
It is recommended to take T3 at least 2 hours after taking conventional medicine.
Yes, because T3 is a natural food, not a drug. Long-term consumption can help replenish calcium, collagen, curcumin, and other nutrients needed by the bones.
No, you won’t.
Yes, you can.