Supplementation with joint problems is very important. Human tissues will provide Lyme disease with food and the right conditions for growth. A Borrelia bacterium is a parasite. To survive, it needs a host organism from which to derive nutrients. The basic sources of food for bacteria are the tissue collagen structures. Feeding on these tissues damages collagen structures, which in turn contributes to the occurrence of symptoms from the affected organ or system. If bacteria feed on the tissue in the joints, damage to the joints and degeneration occurs.
Supplementation in case of problems with joints: