Ingredients in Flexicose
is technically a form of an amino sugar that plays
a major role in cartilage formation and repair. Glucosamine
stimulates the production of water-binding glycosaminoglycans
and proteoglycans, two essential building blocks
of cartilage and also inhibits the production of
chondrocytes, enzymes that break down cartilage.
Glucosamine also appears to suppress the destructive
enzymes collagenase and phospholipase. In effect,
supplementing with glucosamine is akin to giving
your body the raw materials it needs to promote healthy
cartilage - but naturally. Glucosamine helps to form
tendons, ligaments, cartilage and nails. Glucosamine
has so few side effects primarily because it is already
a natural component of the body. The only problem
with glucosamine is that its natural production in
the body seems to fade with time, injury and aging.
Supplementing with glucosamine can help replace the
deficit and restore the proper glucosamine balance.
Flexicose contains high quality liquid glucosamine
sulfate and HCl as well as 12 other synergistic ingredients
and it is backed by a full 30 day money back guarantee.
Sulfate is a component of cartilage. In molecular
terms, it is a gigantic molecule, mainly composed
of repeated chains of glucosamine sulfate. Because
of this, it functions in a way that is similar to
glucosamine. Many of the clinical studies with chondroitin
utilized injected forms of chondroitin, something
we imagine you would prefer to avoid on a daily basis.
Fortunately, because Flexicose is a liquid, our chondroitin
sulfate boasts a higher bio availability than mere
solid tablets or capsules, so you do not need as
much on a daily basis. Remember that 10 -20% absorption
with pills? The chondroitin, just like the 13 other
specially formulated ingredients in every dose of
Flexicose helps the Glucosamine work better. For
liquids, you should be getting about 120 mg. Because
Chondroitin is such a large molecule, even in liquid
form you are only likely to get a 5% absorption rate.
If you are getting 1200 mg in a liquid you are simply
paying extra for something you do not need as much
also known as methylsulfonylmethane, is a major supplier
of sulfur, the fourth most abundant mineral in the
body. It is related to another sulfur compound, DMSO.
In animal studies, joints affected by pain have lower
sulfur content. Mice with joint pain, when given
MSM, experience less joint deterioration. The results
of a preliminary double-blind trial stated that patients
with joint pain found that MSM reduced pain after
is a mineral essential to the formation of connective
tissue (such as cartilage). Therefore manganese is
extremely helpful in combating joint pain but there
is also evidence that it promotes keeping bones strong
and contributing towards the prevention of Osteoporosis.
studies show that drinking soothing aloe vera can
reduce swelling and soreness in arthritic joints.
It has been used since early recorded history for
its first-aid like properties. Aloe Vera is one of
the only known natural vegetarian sources of Vitamin
B12, and it contains many minerals vital to the healthy
function and growth process of all the body's systems.
3 Fatty Acids
3 Fatty Acids can not be talked about enough when
it comes to helping out your entire body as well
as dealing with joint pain. They reduce soreness,
increase blood flow as well as promote the reduction
of Coronary Heart Disease. Omega 3 (EPA and DHA)
should be taken everyday even if one does not have
joint pain. One should take special note to avoid
Omega 6, as there is anecdotal evidence that extra
amounts can aggravate joints and the average diet
is saturated with Omega 6 already. Omega 3 however
is generally in short supply.
is probably best for Rheumatoid Arthritis, but due
to its anti-inflammatory properties, it is also effective
for joint pain. Boswellia inhibits pro-inflammatory
mediators in the body, such as leukotrienes. Research
indicates that long-term use of Boswellia, as opposed
to NSAIDs, does not appear to cause irritation or
ulceration of the stomach.
particular form of vitamin B3 may enhance glucocorticoid
secretion, a naturally produced anti-inflammatory
adrenal hormone. In clinical trials, it has clearly
been more effective than placebo and it has very
promising effects for joint pain. William Kaufman,
M.D. published detailed observations on many of his
patients with joint pain who took niacinamide. He
documented improvements in joint function, range
of motion, increased muscle strength and endurance.
C is a water-soluble vitamin needed for the repair
and growth of tissues in all parts of the body. Vitamin
C is essential for the repair and maintenance of
cartilage and bones as well as healing of wounds.
It is essential to form collagen, an important protein
used to make tendons, cartilage, ligaments, skin,
blood vessels, and scar tissue. It also acts as an
antioxidant to offset the damage of free radicals.
A plays an important role in bone formation and may
also help to reduce joint pain. It is also a potent
antioxidant and is needed to promote healthy bone
development. Low Vitamin A may lead to reduced bone
mass and consequently osteoporosis.
antioxidant, Vitamin E may be helpful in both the
prevention of and the treatment of joint pain (pain
relief and increased joint mobility). Vitamin E was
tested against a NSAID (diclofenac) and was found
to be equally as effective. Vitamin E also has many
may be as effective as the NSAIDS, for pain reduction.
Use over time may also help with connective tissue
disorders. It also appears to have anti-inflammatory
is evidence that Yucca can aid in joint pain. Yucca
may work by blocking the release of intestinal toxins
that inhibit normal formation of cartilage.
Flexicose brings together this unique blend of 14
pain-fighting ingredients that includes Glucosamine,
Chondroitin, MSM and our unique Flexibility Complex
into a pleasant liquid form. Why settle for anything
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