I'm a 18 year old Hispanic male, and I was just wondering if I should start taking some joints supplements.My family has never suffered from any joint disease. However, I workout several times per week. I mostly run about 5 miles 4 days a week, and perform about 2 to 3 days of upper body exercises. So, I'm concerned about my joints being slowly damage due to the workout, especially my knee, elbows, and the joints of my hands. Even sometimes I feel some light pain in my elbows and wrist area. So my main question is, would joint supplement work ( My anatomy professor says most vitamins and supplements sold at stores as pills are not absorbed by the body)? what do they exactly do? If they do work positively, Would they cause any unwanted, unrelated effect? Is there any other way to maintain healthy joints?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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