Nature Sport Bone & Joint – An Organic Joint Supplement

Nature Sport Bone & Joint

Nature Sport Bone & Joint is coming, but so far all we have is this picture

Yesterday, word came out that Muscle Pharm was going to launch a new all-natural, organic supplement line named Nature Sport. Its products will be sold in natural foods retailers like Whole Foods.

As of right now, we are looking at three products, but we’re certain there will be more:

At the time of writing, we know next to nothing about Bone and Joint, so you can sign up for product release notifications below:

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Nature Sport Bone & Joint Ingredients – Our Hopes

The joint supplement market is currently shifting, and that shift is going away from glucosamine & chondroitin supplements. The products simply don’t work in the way that consumers wish them to, and consumers also aren’t patient enough to spend enough time to get them to work.

Because of this, we really hope that MusclePharm / Nature Sport don’t try to sell overpriced, organic glucosamine.

There are, however, some incredible supplements that can be used to help the joints to fight inflammation. Some ideas:

Cissus Quadrangularis

Will Nature Sport Bone & Joint include Cissus Quadrangularis (shown above)? If so… we’re in!

  • Curcumin – The extracted compound from the spice turmeric. This works quite well, especially when mixed with piperine (black pepper extract, which increases absorption).[1]
  • Cissus quadrangularis – An ayurvedic herb that’s been rediscovered for its joint relief and fat burning properties.[2]
  • MSM
  • Astragalus
  • Bromelain
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids (DHA and EPA) – While this would be great, it’d take quite a few softgels to get legit doses, and we have to believe a separate product for fish oil is coming from Nature Sport. Since Nature Sport is vegetarian-based so far, this one might have to be algae based, if it happens.
  • Collagen – Also unlikely, since most collagen sources are animal-based.

Are organic joint supplements really necessary?

We’ll await for the price before ultimately deciding this, but if it’s too expensive, we’re going to be disappointed. After all, as mentioned in our Nature Sport write-up, supplements are typically extracted for certain compounds.

For instance, the curcumin compound has a chemical formula of C21H20O6.

Once you get down to that formula, it doesn’t matter if it came from an organically-treated plant. C21H20O6 is C21H20O6, and that’s that..

So let’s stay tuned to what the ingredients are going to be, and our analysis will come at that time.

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