Joint nutrients supply joint fluids with nutrients. In turn the joint fluids distribute the nutrients to the joint cartilage. The body needs nutrients to move joints without pain.
Typical joint nutrients are the main constituents of human joint cartilage, namely glucosamine and chondroitine. Glucosamine is a derivative of glucose that once bonded with nitrogen forms a large part of cartilage. Chondroitine has a similar structure, but instead of nitrogen contains a sulphurous side group. This nutrient is responsible for cushioning pressure in the joints. Minerals such as calcium, magnesium and zinc are also among the minerals. Body attack recommends vitamins as a product combination with joint nutrients.