What is silicon?
Silicon is a mineral that we find in our body, and it is essential in the formation of all our tissues, both the epidermis, as well as muscles, bones and connective tissues such as nails, cartilage and tendons, it helps to maintain resistance and strength of them.
The amount of organic silicon in man irreversibly decreases as we age, especially after 40 years. One of the first signs of a lack of organic silicon is joint problems, which affect thousands of people around the world and whose cause is the continued deficiency of organic silicon in our diet.
Organic silicon, a physiological element in blood and tissue, has been shown to be essential in the assimilation of calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and in the synthesis of vitamin D.