In order for new synthesis of cartilage to take place within chondrocytes, certain enzymes are required. You can look at enzymes as miniature carpenters. These are the agents within cells that catalyze the chemical reactions that build tissue and keep us alive. An enzyme is made up of three primary components. One is a protein fraction; another is a vitamin or vitamin metabolite; and the last essential component is a mineral. As soon as the mineral takes its place, the enzyme comes alive and can do its work. It is somewhat like sticking the key into a car’s ignition, and giving it a turn.
Joint Vibrance includes a selection of minerals that are known to be required by the chondrocytes’ enzymes responsible for cartilage synthesis. This helps assure that enzymes can be synthesized within the chondrocytes when they are needed, and then get to work on schedule to build new cartilage.