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
are also among the minerals. Body attack recommends vitamins
as a product combination with joint nutrients.