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hether we walk, bend, or tilt our head in
thought, we find that movement fills every
aspect of our lives. Daily activities are normally
taken for granted without ever thinking about the
stress our joints have to bear.
When our joints are working well, movement
is easy. However, when joints are challenged,
movement can be restricted, and our life becomes
Various nutrients may be used to nutritionally
support joints and connective tissue. Researchers
are now unraveling how the mechanisms of
specific supplements may promote healthy joint
Carlson NUTRA-SUPPORT JOINT is a specialty
supplement that provides natural nutritional
support for the joints and cartilage. It promotes
normal joint function and provides components
for healthy new cartilage.
includes the following nutrients:
Hailed in many journals, glucosamine sulfate
provides components involved in the connective
tissue matrix of ligaments, tendons, cartilage,
and joints. Natural-source glucosamine sulfate
from purified marine shellfish is easily
absorbed, targets the joints and stimulates
CHONDROITIN & COLLAGEN II:
Cartilage is a natural and rich source of
chondroitin sulfate, with the additional benefits
of collagen II – an effective duo for the
dynamics and demands of everyday movement.
(U.S. source bovine or chicken)
To promote normal joint function
and provide components for
healthy new cartilage
THREE TABLETS PROVIDE:
Glucosamine Sulfate KCl .............. 1500 mg
Supplying Potassium.................. 190 mg
Cartilage Concentrate .................. 1000 mg
A rich source of Chondroitin
Sulfate and Collagen II
MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) ...... 240 mg
(A form of Sulfur)
Vitamin C ....................................
(as calcium ascorbate)
MSM - SULFUR:
Sulfur is found in every cell of our body, and is an essential
component of chondroitin sulfate. Approximately 10% of our sulfur
stores are found in our bones. Carlson NUTRA-SUPPORT JOINT
provides MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane), a highly bioavailable form
of sulfur, for nutritional and mineral support.
Vitamin C contributes to the health of all our tissues, and is most
recognized for its role in the production of collagen. Recent studies
indicate that vitamin C may work to inhibit cartilage erosion by
increasing our own production of glycosaminoglycans that are
necessary for smooth and easy joint movement.
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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.