Older people lose joint jello, which lubricates, hydrates, and nourishes the cartilage tissue. With time, the joint jello starves, causing stiffness, swelling, and soreness in the joints. It causes problems even performing simple tasks such as climbing stairs or opening a pickle jar.
According to doctor Weis, you don’t need to be old to suffer from joint pain. Even people in their 30s get the effects of joint degradation.
As the Biodynamix Joint Genesis website mentioned, synovial fluid (the fluid found inside your cavity) is joint jello. Synovial fluid is responsible for lubricating your cartilage allowing it to slide over each other when your joint moves.