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Promotes Healthy Joints1
Joint Mobility™ works in two primary ways to promote your joint health. Type II collagen works alongside a turmeric and boswellia blend to promote and maintain proper joint function.
Joint Mobility™ promotes joint health by combining the efficacy of Type II collagen alongside a turmeric and boswellia blend to promote and maintain proper joint function.
Many people suffer daily from joint pain and discomfort caused from years of overuse or from being obese. Joint pain and a loss of mobility can dramatically affect quality of life, making simple, everyday activity difficult and painful. The ingredients contained in Joint Mobility™ and Colla Flex work in several different ways to help maintain overall joint health. Turmeric (curcumin) and boswellia extract have been shown to downregulate the genes involved in chronic inflammation. Vitamin D3 has been shown to help increase collagen production which is needed to maintain overall joint health. Black pepper extract has been shown to block the expression of inflammatory markers in the body. The ingredients contained in these supplements have been shown to inhibit pro-inflammatory pathways and also help to prevent the breakdown of joint collagen, allowing the body to repair and heal itself.1
Joint Mobility™: Take two capsules daily.
Colla Flex: Take one capsule daily.
Joint Mobility™ and Colla Flex are generally well tolerated. As with any dietary supplement, some gastrointestinal discomfort may be experienced.
Available in capsules.
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Ying X, Chen X, Cheng S, Shen Y, Peng L, Xu HZ. Piperine inhibits IL-β induced expression of inflammatory mediators in human osteoarthritis chondrocyte. Int Imunopharmacol. 2013;17(2):293-299.
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