How to avoid a co-morbidity for exercise with exercise and nutrition

FitTea, a brand of fitness products for people with co-existing medical conditions, is introducing a new fitness mask for people who suffer from osteoarthritis.

FitTea CEO Nick Harkness said that the mask, named Copper Fit, was designed to improve mobility and support those with osteoarsis and other joint problems. 

He told BBC News: It’s a very good fit for those with hip and knee issues, so the FitTea Fit Mask is designed to help those with this problem. 

“It has a lot of features that will help those who have osteoarthropathy to do better in their exercise and in their diet.” 

He added that it would be available in 30 different colours to help people choose which to wear. 

Copper Fit is a $45 (£31) mask that has been available in its original pink, white and blue colours since October. 

The company said that they had been inundated with positive reviews from customers who were excited to try out the new FitTea product. 

Harkness also confirmed that the Fit Tea Fit Mask will be available to the public in July for $19.99 (£15.70) a pop. 

According to FitTea’s website, the company was founded in 2010. 

It has received more than 8 million units in its first year and more than 5 million in its second year, according to its latest financial reports. 

FitTea currently sells a range of fitness masks for men, women and children.