Bones Vitalis Joints


Contains sophisticated amino acids (proteins), vitamins and minerals

check_circle good for the production / build up of cartilage in the joints⁵

check_circlecontributes to the normal collagen formation for the normal functioning of cartilage²

check_circle is important for the normal formation of connective tissue in cartilage and bone⁵

check_circle contributes to the maintenance of normal connective tissues⁶

check_circle aiding the normal formation of connective tissue⁵

check_circle good for the skeleton¹

check_circle contributes to normal amino acid synthesis³ and normal protein synthesis⁴



Bones Vitalis Joints:


* – fat, carbohydrates, fibers: 0 g per 100g

– cholesterol: 0 mg per 100g

** Recommended Daily Intake (RDI)

*** contains animal proteins

**** Vitamin B11 = Vitamin B9 (folate)



Bones Vitalis Joints:

Collagen amino acid compound (see table), ascorbic acid, folic acid, calcium carbonate, zinc citrate, manganese citrate, copper citrate, flavour.

The nutritional supplement Bones Vitalis Joints – consisting of different nutrients – is by composition and high quality, a source of proteins, vitamins and minerals.

The quality of the nutrients leads to a plenitude of publications in reputable medical journals. The health claims on our products have been
scientifically demonstrated.

Product overview

Bones Vitalis Joints

– 2 packs € 69,95

– 700 grams (88 days)

– free shipping in the Netherlands

– Bones Vitalis – Quality of life

Store cool, dry and dark at less than 20 ° C (68°F) and 60% relative humidity. Packaging after use, close properly.

Suggested Use

Bones Vitalis Joints

Recommended amount (g powder) in daily use:

– 8 grams per day (2 scoops)

– Mix both scoops with 160 ml water

Our products contain no milk protein (free from cows milk and lactose-free), no egg, no sugar, no maize, no yeast, no weed, no soya, no gluten, no preservatives. Do not exceed the stated recommended daily dose.

This product should not be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet. Store out of the reach of young children.

About Amino Acids

About Amino Acids

Our products contain sophisticated amino acids (proteins), vitamin (vit. c, folate) and minerals (manganese, zinc) that ensure that our body is provided with building blocks, aiding the normal formation of connective tissue, among which the production/formation of:

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check_circlenew cartilage such as intervertebral cartilage, rib cartilage, tendon-to-bone attachment (fibrous)

check_circlenew joint cartilage (hyalien)

Production of tissues

Connective tissue structures include bones, muscles, tendons, fibrocartilage (f.i. intervertebral, pubic bones, tendon-to-bone attachment, jaw), ligaments, joint capsules, hyaline cartilage (joints, ribs).

Amino acid and protein synthesis

Nutrition contains proteins. Proteins consist of amino acids. In digestion, the amino acids are released from nutrition under the influence of enzymes. The amino acids pass through the intestines and the portal vein to the liver. Some of the amino acids will leave the liver unchanged, some will be converted into other amino acids (transamination).

From the released amino acids, the organism can build its own specific proteins. The amino acid compounds stimulate the cells to produce and build new proteins (collagen). Connective tissues such as bones, muscles, tendons, cartilage (fibrous), ligaments, joint capsules, articular cartilage (hyaline), consist largely of collagen. The production of proteins within an organism is called protein synthesis.

Protein synthesis

In connective tissue, the fibroblast is the active cell to which ribosomes attach which ensure protein synthesis. In cartilage the chondroblast is responsible for this, in bone tissue the osteoblast (chondroblasts and osteoblasts are actually specialized fibroblasts).

Chrondoblasts produce the active form of the cartilage cells as they can synthesize all components of the cartilage matrix (chrondoblasts are forerunners of the chondrocytes, the actual cartilage cells).

Osteoblasts make the organic components of the bone matrix. Osteoblasts produce collagen, proteoglycans and glycoproteins (osteoblasts transform into osteocytes, the most common cells in the bone tissue).

Fibroblasts are the major cells of the connective tissue. Fascia is a particular connective tissue that surrounds muscles, bones and joints. Fascia is one of three types of connective tissue. The other two are: ligaments and tendons. Fibroblasts are responsible for the synthesis of all elements of the extracellular matrix. Thus, both the collagen (non-elastic fiber that provides for the firmness of the tissue), elastic and reticular fibers such as the glycosaminoglycans and the glycoproteins of the ground substance (matrix).

Amino acid compounds (proteins)

The function of joints & connective tissue

In most joints the end of the bones are covered with cartilage. Articular cartilage ensures the protection of the bones (shock absorption) and allows the bones to slide easily over each other. This is necessary reducing friction because usually there is a lot of pressure on the bones in joints. 

It is important that the bones in joints stay together. This is the function of the ligaments which are part of the joint capsule (or articular capsule).

Connective tissue consists of fibers which absorb forces of movement. This actually applies to all the tissue in the body. Connective tissue structures include (articular) cartilage, ligaments, joint capsules, muscles, tendons, bones.

Amino acid compounds

Production of connective tissue including cartilage tissue is highest in age to 25 years. Thereafter a gradual decrease of the collagen fibers may occur in tissues which makes for example cartilage wear away at high pace, by accident, overload, wear and/or age.

Consumption of sophisticated amino acid compounds, vitamins & minerals will ensure that our body is provided with building blocks, aiding the normal formation of connective tissue including the production of new articular cartilage (proteins, folate, manganese).

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