Overtraining, training in poor conditions and using inadequate equipment, as well as other factors such as body composition and type, can lead to the manifestation and/or worsening of certain pathological conditions and injuries in the bones and joints. Try to find the sport that suits you best and make sure you equip yourself correctly for it.
Choose foods that are rich in calcium, vitamins C and D, selenium and omega-3, such as dairy products, leafy green vegetables, fruit and fish.
Specific supplements hinder the gradual degeneration of cartilage that tends to occur as people grow older. This happens because of several factors, such as age, sedentarianism, joint trauma, the menopause and practising sports that have great impact on the joints (intense physical actvity leads to joint stress).