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What you need to know

Joint Health

Regular and intense exercise of high impact often leads to joint damage, which causes inflammation, pain and limited movement. Joint Sports contains 4 ingredients that together help to prevent and relieve symptoms in cases of joint weakness – glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM and Boswellia serrata.

Glucosamine decreases pain and improves joint function. Chondroitin has anti-inflammatory properties and helps in the viscosity of joints. MSM reduces peripheral pain and inflammation. Finally, Boswellia serrata is a potent anti-inflammatory, antiarthritic and analgesic agent.

Ideal product for:

 

  • – Improving joint movement;
  • – Reducing/stopping the degenerative process of cartilage;
  • – Reducing joint pain.

 

 

Ingredients

D-Glucosamine potassium sulfate [crustaceans] (31%), Methylsulfonylmethane (27%), Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate [crustaceans, fish] (21%), Boswellia Serrata extract- 65% boslovic acid (4%), Bulking agents (calcium phosphate, cellulose), Anti-caking agent (magnesium stearate).

 

Composition

Glucosamine Sulfate
1500 mg
Chondroitin sulfate
1000 mg
MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane)
1300 mg
Boswellia serrata (65% Bosnian acid)
200 mg

How to take it

Take one tablet 3 times a day between meals. Do not exceed recommended daily intake.

Other information

Not recommended:

  • During pregnancy or breastfeeding;
  • If you are taking warfarin;
  • In case of hypersensitivity;
  • In case of allergy to crustaceans, fish or any of the ingredients of the formula.

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Scientific studies

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Journal of Nutrition 122: 959-966, 1992
Journal of Pediatrics 109: 984-988, 1986
Muscle Nerve 1991; 14: 598-604
European Journal of AppliedPhysiology 54: 131-135, 1985
Biochem Biophys Acta 1990;1034:17-25