Joint & Bone Health Pack - 3 month supply for only $2,19 per day*
Joint & Bone Health Vitamin Pack is a professional selection of 3 of our premium nutritional supplements, all supporting a healthy joint- and bone function. The carefully selected product combination provides maximum efficacy.
After the first 3 month intake you will feel and notice an improved mobility and general improved wellbeing.
Directions of use:
Morning: take 2 tablets JointFormula and 1 capsule Vitamin D3 with sufficient water together with your breakfast.
Evening: Take 2 tablets JointFormula and 1 softgel VitalOIls1000 with sufficient water together with your dinner.
Joint & Bone Health Vitamin Support Pack (3 month supply) consists of:
- 3x 120 tablets JointFormula,
- 3x 30 softgels VitalOils1000 and
- 1x 90 capsules Vitamin D3
JointFormula (120 enteric coated tablets per bottle) was designed by health professionals and physicians to support your joint health and function. It contains high amounts of Glucosamine Sulfate and Chondroitin, both known as essential components of our natural cartilage, lubricating our joints, helping to repair cartilage damage, and supporting reduced corrosion over time. The combination of glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate is believed to stimulate the metabolism of chondrocytes (cartilage cells). Once chondrocytes have been activated, they produce proteins that help keep our cartilage healthy and our joints well-lubricated. Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid) and Manganese neutralize free radicals and reduce the intensity of oxidative stress. At the same time, the addition of Copper helps to decrease inflammation and additionally supports the formation of collagen. Vitamin B6 was added to support the removal of accumulated homocysteine in the inflamed joints and is also an essential element for the creation of connective tissue. Finally, a cocktail of Calcium, Zinc, Copper, and Boron was added to support the increase of mineral bone density and thus reduce bone loss in older adults.
VitalOils1000 (30 enteric coated soft-gels per box, IFOS 5-STAR Rating) is since over15 years considered as the industry´s Premium Gold Standard Omega-3 DHA nutritional supplement. It is one of the purest and highest concentrated Omega-3 supplements in the US today. Omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA are known to be precursors of strong anti-inflammatory agents like PGE-3, Resolvin´s, Protectin´s and Maresin´s. They reduce and stop inflammation and initiate the biological repair mechanism of damaged tissue. One enteric coated VitalOils1000 capsule contains over 1000 mg DHA+EPA. No fishy burps and easy to swallow.
Vitamin D3 (5000 IU, 90 tablets, 100% vegetarian) is known to have strong anti-inflammatory properties, especially in combination with concentrated omega-3 long chain fatty acids (DHA+EPA). Vitamin D3 is also important to maintain strong and healthy bones and muscles. The combination of Vitamin D3 and EPA have shown to have anti-depressive properties increasing the motivation for physical activity.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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