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Joins bone to bone
Joins muscle to bone enabling movement
Reduces friction, acts as a shock absorber
Lubricates the joint
Connective tissue, produces synoval fluid
GlucosamineWhat is Glucosamine?
Glucosamine is a compound that is naturally made in humans as part of the structure of cartilage. In the body, it is a naturally occurring amino sugar that is used to make com Read more »Why do I Need Glucosamine?
As you get older, your levels of glucosamine begin to drop, which leads to joint concerns. Glucosamine is a key structural component in cartilage; t Read more »Where Do I Get Glucosamine?
There are no major food sources of glucosamine so it is challenging to get in your daily diet, you must get it from supplements. Glucosamine suppleme Read more »
UC II CollagenWhat is UC-II?
UC-II is a source of undenatured type II collagen that supports joint health. In the body, type II collagen is an integral component of articular ca Read more »Why do I need UC-II?
UC-II supplementation has been shown to support joint health, knee range of motion, and comfortable joint movement. Oral administration of UC-II hel Read more »Where do I get UC-II?
There are no major food sources of UC-II collagen, so you must get it from supplements. UC-II collagen is a novel undenatured type II collagen deriv Read more »
5-LOXIN® AdvancedWhat is 5-LOXIN Advanced?
5-LOXIN Advanced is a novel composition extracted from Boswellia serrata tree that produces a highly scented sap that has been a prized sub Read more »Why do I need 5-LOXIN Advanced?
5-LOXIN Advanced is a joint health ingredient. Recent studies have shown that modern Boswellia serrata extracts provide p Read more »Where do I get 5-LOXIN Advanced?
There are no food sources of 5-Loxin Advanced, so you must get it from supplements.… Read more »
MSMWhat is MSM?
MSM is a stable sulfur-containing compound that occurs naturally in a variety of fruits, vegetables and grains. It is even present naturally in the Read more »Why do I need MSM?
MSM has been used as a supplement for musculoskeletal health. It has been shown to support total antioxidant capacity. As a dietary supplement it is Read more »Where do I get MSM?
MSM is found in natural food sources in small amounts, thus it is challenging to get adequate level in your daily diet. To get a greater amount you Read more »
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