Boron is one vital element that is often overlooked in joint supplement formulations. It plays a pivotal role in the maintenance of bones and therefore, the progression of arthritis. According to a article in Environmental Health Perspective, “in areas of the world where dietary boron intake is usually 1 mg or less per day, the estimated incidence of osteoarthritis ranges from 20 to 70 percent, while in areas of the world where boron intake is 3 to 10 mg per day, the incidence of osteoarthritis is only zero to 10 percent.” Boron is essential not only for the prevention of osteoarthritis but for its treatment as well.

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