Dr Eva Cwynar, Supplements

Description:  Joint Support provides musculoskeltal support.

Key Ingredients: Glucosamine Sulfate: Is a chondroprotective agent that is a major building block in helping the body repair damaged or eroded cartilage. Numerous clinical trials have proven the effectiveness of
glucosamine. Several forms of glucosamine exist. Years of research have shown that glucosamine salts that are capable of high absorption (HCl and Sulfate) have similar therapeutic profiles.

Chondroitin Sulfate: As a component of articular cartilage, CS is thought to add to cartilage when taken orally. Studies show that oral doses are absorbed and have a high affinity to cartilaginous tissues. CS attracts fluid into the cartilage, the fluid acts as a spongy shock absorber. Since cartilage has no blood supply, nourishment and lubrication comes from surrounding joint liquid that flows as pressure to the joint is applied and released. Cartilage is 65 to 85 percent water. Without a good supply of chondroitin sulfate and fluid, cartilage can become malnourished, drier, thinner, and more fragile.

Bromelain: Is a collective term for a group of enzymes derived from the stem and fruit of the pineapple plant. It has been used as an anti-inflammatory agent in both gross injury type swellings (surgery, trauma injury, sprains etc.) as well as microinflammations (allergic reactions, localized internal infections).

Vitamin C: Is an antioxidant that can reduce free radicals. Vitamin C is a cofactor to enzymes important in the manufacture of collagen.

Dr Ev Cwynar, Supplements

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, 1 capsule three times per day on an empty stomach or as recommended by your health care professional.

Contraindications: Mild stomach upset or allergic reaction may occur with any herbal product. Move dose closer to meals or cease
product use if symptoms persist.

Abadi Supplements

Abadi Supplements, Anti Aging Science, Joint Support

Joint Health

180 count