Adding Joint-Help To Your Diet May Promote:
- Joint Pain Relief
- Tendon, Cartilage, & Ligament Repair
- Reduced Recovery Time
- Non-Liver Toxic Pain Relief
RELIEVE THE PAIN!*
The key to immediate pain relief is the patented ingredient, ParActinå¨. This astounding natural compound provides both immediate and long-lasting pain relief by naturally invigorating the activation of PPAR gamma (Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor gamma or PPAR). By supplementing the body‰۪s ability to naturally activate PPAR gamma, ParActin helps promote a healthy inflammation response while maintaining normal cellular structure and activity in the joints, bones, and throughout the body. This means immediate pain relief, as well as long-lasting joint pain relief.
SUPPORT BONE HEALTH*
While most joint support products try to mask the problem, Joint Help goes on the offensive and readily promotes healthier bones. Using an incredibly potent extract of the Cissus Quadrangularis plant, Joint Help offers defense from age and trauma on your bones as it helps preserve, rebuild, and harden your bones where you need it most. We each lose bone density, mass, and hardness as we age. By including this potent herb into your daily routine, this affect can be seriously moderated(1).
SUPPORT TENDONS & LIGAMENTS*
Ligaments and Tendons stabilize and strengthen our joints. Keeping these healthy and strong is just as important as keeping your bones strong. Joint Help uses Cissus Quadrangularis as well as ParActin to keep tendon and ligament inflammation within healthy ranges so they can be 100% strong when you need them most.
1. Inhibition of Bone Loss by Cissus quadrangularis in Mice: A Preliminary Report. J Osteoporos. 2012;2012:101206. doi: 10.1155/2012/101206. Epub 2012 Jun 21.
Take 1 serving (2 capsules) upon waking with a meal, and 1 serving (2 capsules) 6 to 8 hours later with a meal.
For a more immediate response, take 2 servings (4 capsules) on an empty stomach, and eat 30 to 45 minutes later.
ParActin is a registered trademark of HP Ingredients.
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