Wednesday, March 24, 2021

It's time to keep moving

We have already reached our year-long lockdown this month and we couldn't tell when our lives will be back to normal. Or will it still come back?  

The community quarantines that came at various levels to prevent the further spread of the virus had a huge impact on the sedentary lifestyle practices of the population. A lot were forced to stay home to work and learn, hence the Work From Home or Learn from Home environments. Many were not allowed to go out of their homes except in emergency or essential situations.

By staying at home, working, and learning while spending long hours in front of computers and digital devices, many suffered from a lack of mobility or exercise that created a serious impact on joints. Many were too focused on working and learning that they tend to overlook the physical aspect of their being. If mechanical stress can take its toll on the joints or specific body parts of athletes and active individuals, what more on those who don’t move too much or don’t move at all?

Even the elders were affected. Because of the lockdowns, they can’t go out for their usual morning exercises, thus contributing as well to the lack of mobility of their already weakening joints.

By leading an inactive lifestyle, fewer calories are burned that may lead to obesity. It may also lead to losing muscle strength and endurance because the muscles are not used too frequently as they should, making the bones go weak and even lose mineral content that can contribute to weaker joints. Imagine not being able to, or have difficulty, climbing the stairs as you normally should, or walk along with the street and experience pain that is not experienced before.

Despite the lockdown, which still continues to this day, try to allot some time to move around even if space is a bit limited. Stationary jogging, stretching of arms and legs, simple sit-ups, brisk walking around the house (or even around the dining table if there’s no lawn or backyard) can help. Just make sure to do it safely.

And to help restore and maintain healthy joints while doing mobility exercises, regenerate cartilage and collagen in the joints by taking Recogen, a safe and natural food supplement that both the young and the elderly who want to maintain healthy joints or if suffering from joint pains, can take daily to help regenerate cartilage and collagen in their body tissues. 

Daily consumption shows that Recogen can promote joint cartilage regrowth and improves cartilage tissue within 48 weeks.

It contains 100-percent pure and Short Bioactive Collagen Peptides (BCP) from Germany. Collagen peptide are amino acids that provide structure to the body’s bones, skin, tendons and ligaments that is naturally produced by the body to connect our joints. It also contributes to improving skin elasticity and joint health, including development of muscle mass and growth.

The BCP found in Recogen contains low molecular weight to make it easily digestible and absorbed quickly into the small intestine and the bloodstream, thereby providing more benefits quickly, especially for the elderly, whose nutrition absorption is not as efficient as younger adults.

It also dissolves easily, odorless and tasteless, no sugar, contains no artificial flavors or preservatives. It is perfectly safe, with no known adverse effects and is completely allergen free.

Recogen is recommended for those suffering from osteoarthritis, skeletal deformity and abnormal joint position, inflammatory joint diseases, crystal-induced arthritis, for individuals with traumatic injuries or those who are overweight.

Best of all, Recogen is convenient and easy to drink. Just mix with water or any favorite drink (except coffee or tea because of its caffeine content) and you’re good to go and enjoy Recogen’s many benefits.

Recogen is distributed in the Philippines by Dyna Drug Corporation and available at for Php.2,900 for 30 sachets. For more information about Recogen, Dyna Drug Corp., and its other products, visit

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