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Joint Care


Advanced JointCARE is a researched based and proprietary formula of the finest and scientific­ chosen herbs, minerals, and vitamins for their natural effectiveness and purity to bring you real solutions. Advanced JointCARE has proven itself to us to be the most effective natural formula that we have ever found. All the ingredients are scientific-chosen 100% naturals in composition and purity … making

Key Benifits of taking Advanced JointCARE :
JointCare
  • Promote and maintain healthy bones and joints
  • Ease your leg cramps, and joint pain
  • Boost your energy levels
  • Improve cellular regulation
  • Improve blood circulation
  • Promote general optimum health

Promoting Healthy Joints and Bones

Advanced JointCARE truly unparalleled in its potency and effectiveness. We are happy to inform you that … more and more patients suffering from diabetes are finding solutions in through our Advanced JointCARE program … is found to be the safest, most effective and affordable ways to promote and maintain healthy joint function.

Joint and Bone problem is one the leading health problems in America and around the world. There are millions of people in the U.S. who suffer with dome degree arthritis. This chronic illness causes cartilage and other joint tissue to deteriorate. At the same time, bone spurs begin to appear at the same joints. Cartilage begins to wear down, and slowly deteriorates until the point at which the surrounding bones begin to rub against each other; then pain and swelling often appear. We are happy to inform you that. .. more and more patients suffering from Joint and Bone problems are finding solutions through our Healthy Joint Program … are the natural way to help promote and maintain healthy Joint and Bone.

SUPPLEMENT FACTS

Serving Size: 2 Capsules

Servings Per Container: 50

Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

Cascara Sagrada

500mg

*

Senna Leaf

300mg

*

Cinnamon Bark

50mg

*

Pokeweed

50mg

*

Bladderwrack

100mg

*

Buckthorn

100mg

*

*Daily Value Not Established

OTHER INGREDIENTS

 

Magnesium Stearate, Gelatin (capsules)
This product contains no yeast, wheat, corn, dairy, soy, or glutens.

SUGGESTED USE

  • Take 2 capsules 2 times per day.
  • Store in a cool and dry place.
  • Do not exceed more than 4 capsules in one day.
  • This product has a 3 year shelf life.

INTRODUCTIONBack to top

glucosamine

Glucosamine is a natural compound that is found in healthy cartilage. Glucosamine sulfate is a normal constituent of glycoaminoglycans in cartilage matrix and synovial fluid. Available evidence from randomized controlled trials supports the use of glucosamine sulfate in the treatment of osteoarthritis, particularly of the knee. It is believed that the sulfate moiety provides clinical benefit in the synovial fluid by strengthening cartilage and aiding glycosaminoglycan synthesis. If this hypothesis is confirmed, it would mean that only the glucosamine sulfate form is effective and non-sulfated glucosamine forms are not effective. Glucosamine is commonly taken in combination with chondroitin, a glycosaminoglycan derived from articular cartilage. Use of complementary therapies, including glucosamine, is common in patients with osteoarthritis, and may allow for reduced doses ofnon-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents.

Uses based on scientific evidence

KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS (MILD-TO-MODERATE)

Based on research, there is good evidence to support the use of glucosamine sulfate in the treatment of mild-to-moderate knee osteoarthritis. Although some studies of glucosamine have not found benefits, these have either included patients with severe osteoarthritis or used products other than glucosamine sulfate. The evidence for the effect of glycosaminoglycan polysulphate is conflicting and merits further investigation. More well-designed clinical trials are needed to confirm safety and effectiveness, and to test different formulationsof glucosamine.

OSTEOARTHRITIS (GENERAL)

Several human studies and animal experiments report benefits of glucosamine in treating osteoarthritis of various joints of the body, although the evidence is less plentiful than that for knee osteoarthritis. Some of these benefits include pain relief, possibly due to an anti-inflammatory effect of glucosamine, and improved joint function. Overall, these studies have not been well designed. Although there is some promising research, more study is needed in this area before a firm conclusion can be made.

CHRONIC VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY

“Chronic venous insufficiency” is a syndrome that includes leg swelling, varicose veins, pain, itching, skin changes, and skin ulcers. The term is more commonly used in Europe than in the United States. Currently, there is not enough reliable scientific evidence to recommend glucosamine in the treatment of this condition.

DIABETES (AND RELATED CONDITIONS)

Early research suggests that glucosamine does not improve blood sugar control, lipid levels, or apolipoprotein levels in diabetics. Additional research is needed in this area.

INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE

Preliminary research reports improvements with N-acetyl glucosamine as an added therapy in inflammatory bowel disease. Further scientific evidence is necessary before a strong recommendation can be made.

PAIN (LEG PAIN)

Preliminary research reports benefits of injected glucosamine plus chondroitin in the treatment of leg pain arising from advanced lumbar degenerative disc disease. Further scientific evidence is necessary before a firm recommendation can be made.

REHABILITATION (AFTER KNEE INJURY)

Glucosamine has been given to athletes with acute knee injuries. Although glucosamine did not improve pain, it did help improve flexibility. Additional research is needed to confirm these early findings.

RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

Early research reports benefits of glucosamine in the treatment of joint pain and swelling in rheumatoid arthritis. In other research, glucosamine did not exert anti-rheumatic effects, but it did improve symptoms of the disease. However, this is early information, and additional research is needed before a conclusion can be drawn. The treatment of rheumatoid arthritis can be complicated, and a qualified healthcare provider should follow patients with this disease.
Uses based on tradition or theory

The below uses for glucosamine are based on tradition or scientific theories. They often have not been thoroughly tested in humans, and safety and effectiveness have not always been proven. Some of these conditions are potentially serious, and should be evaluated by a qualified healthcare provider.

AIDS, athletic injuries, back pain, bleeding esophageal varices (blood vessels in the esophagus), cancer, congestive heart failure, depression, fibromyalgia, kidney stones, migraine headache, immunosuppression, osteoporosis, pain, psoriasis, skin rejuvenation, spondylosis deformans (growth of bony spurs on the spine), topical hypopigmenting agent (combination product containing multiple ingredients), wound healing.

INDIVIDUAL INGREDIENT FUNCTIONS

GLUCOSAMINE SULFATE

glucosamine_sulfat

Glucosamine is available in several different forms that are usually called “salts”. Most of the clinical studies investigating glucosamine’s medical effects have used a salt known as Glucosamine Sulfate, but other salts such as glucosamine hydrochloride and n-acetyl glucosamine are also sold widely. While all the salts of glucosamine contain the same general components, they may not all produce the same effects in the body. Generally, researchers have reported more effectiveness for glucosamine sulfate than glucosamine hydrochloride.

No studies have compared them, though, so not enough information is available about potential differences in their activity to know whether they are interchangeable. Alone or combined with another dietary supplement called chondroitin, glucosamine has been studied extensively for treating osteoarthritis (OA), a condition that generally results from wear-and-tear on joints. In OA, deterioration of the cartilage, which cushions the joints, leads to pain, swelling, and loss of movement. Since glucosamine provides a major component of cartilage, it is believed that supplemental glucosamine may delay further degeneration.

It may also actually help to repair deteriorating cartilage and it may promote the manufacture of synovial fluid–the jelly-like substance that cushions and lubricates the joints. In general, glucosamine has shown moderate ability to relieve the pain of OA, as well as to restore partial movement to affected joints. Although glucosamine has been studied most for treating OA of large joints such as knees and hips, it has also shown some effectiveness for relieving arthritis in other joints such as the lower back and the jaw, which is also known as the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).

Glucosamine is also important for healthy skin. Adequate amounts of it in the blood are necessary for the production of hyaluronic acid, one of the substances essential to heal skin injuries. Therefore, glucosamine plays a major role in the healing of surgical incisions and skin wounds. In a few studies, participants who began taking supplemental glucosamine before surgery and continued taking it until their incisions were completely healed showed generally faster healing with less scarring than other participants who did not take glucosamine. Wound dressings that contain a modified type of glucosamine known as poly-N-acetyl glucosamine are being studied to stop major bleeding.

In other research, a few studies evaluating whether supplemental glucosamine helps to prevent or reverse wrinkling have had mixed results. Because natural production of hyaluronic acid decreases as individuals age, decreases in it may contribute to wrinkling of the skin. It is thought that increasing glucosamine may help the skin stay more flexible. In a few small studies, n-acetyl glucosamine has shown promise for treating inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. N-acetyl glucosamine forms part of an enzyme needed to produce mucus. Therefore, it is believed to increase the production of the mucus that lines the lower gastrointestinal tract, providing a protective effect. More research for this possible use is needed.

CHONDROITIN SULFATEBack to top

Chondroitin_Sulfate

Chondroitin Sulfate is a naturally occurring compound found in the cartilaginous tissues of many invertebrates. It is used as a dietary supplement to support cartilaginous tissues and combat various forms of arthritis in humans and animals. A very large mucopolysaccharide (complex sugar-based molecule), Chondroitin performs two especially vital roles in the generation and maintenance of healthy cartilage.

 

1. Chondroitin Sulfate is an important glycosaminoglycan (building block) produced by the body during cartilage synthesis.

2. Chondroitin Sulfate is a bio-regulator. It functions to maintain balance in the joints by neutralizing the deconstructive enzymes produced by the body. In appropriate levels, these deconstructive enzymes help remove worn or damaged cartilage so that new healthy cartilage can be generated to take its place. Many forms of joint pain are directly related to a deficiency of healthy cartilage in the joints. The cartilage that lubricates and cushions the joints of the body experiences wear and tear on a daily basis. In healthy joints, wear and tear is repaired via a biological balancing process. In order to keep joints healthy, damaged cartilage is constantly being removed through the enzymatic deconstruction and replaced via new cartilage synthesis. This balance is crucial to good joint health.

As many people and animals age, their bodies progressively loose the ability to synthesize the glycosaminoglycans necessary to synthesize the new cartilage tissues needed to repair injuries and everyday wear and tear. During times of stress (such as injury) or disease (i.e. certain forms of arthritis) the deconstructive enzymes in the joints may attack healthy cartilage or compete against new cartilage synthesis. The hyperactivity of deconstructive enzymes and /or a loss in the glycosaminoglycan production capability of the body can lead to a debilitating and painful condition in people and animals alike.

1. Chondroitin Sulfate supplementation helps ensure that Glycosaminoglycans, important building blocks of healthy cartilage, are available for new cartilage synthesis in those suffering from a loss in glycosaminoglycan production ability due to age, stress, or disease.

2. Chondroitin Sulfate supplementation raises levels of Chondroitin Sulfate in the body, thus helping to neutralize the deconstructive enzymes of the joints and allowing the body to repair or regenerate cartilaginous tissues in need.

WHERE DOES IT COME FROM?

While Chondroitin Sulfate is found in the cartilaginous tissues of many invertebrates, the Chondroitin Sulfate utilized in health food supplements is usually derived from Cattle, Pigs, or Sharks.

BOSWELIA EXTRACT

boswelia_extract

Boswellia, also know as Salai Guggal, is a medium to large tree found in a variety of regions throughout India. A gummy oleoresin extracted from the trunk of the tree is used to prepare modern herbal remedies. Boswellia acts as a spiritual symbol and an effective medicinal herb; it seems to function as both an analgesic and an anti-inflammatory. Reports and personal claims indicate that the Boswellia herb may be used in connection with joint mobility, pain, and stiffness, and may be a useful remedy for a variety of inflammatory diseases, including bursitis, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. Boswellic acids may contain an anti-inflammatory action – much like the conventional non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs used for inflammatory conditions. Boswellia inhibits the body’s pro-inflammatory mediators such as leukotrienes. Long-term Boswellia use does not appear to cause stomach ulceration or irritation.

MSM

msm

MSM (methyl sulfonyl methane) is a sulfur-containing compound normally found in many of the foods we eat. It is chemically related to DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide), a popular (although unproven) treatment for arthritis. When DMSO is applied on the skin or taken orally, about 15% of it breaks down in the body to form MSM. Some researchers have suggested that the resulting MSM could be responsible for the benefits attributed to DMSO.

If so, MSM might be preferable as a treatment, because it does not cause some of the unpleasant side effects associated with DMSO treatment, such as body odor and bad breath. In addition, as a natural substance found in food, MSM would be expected to have a good safety profile. However, there is as of yet no more than preliminary evidence that MSM is useful for any medical condition.

Two small double-blind, placebo-controlled studies indicate that MSM may be helpful for osteoarthritis. In one small, placebo-controlled trial, the topical application of methylsulfonylmethane with silymarin (milk thistle) for 1 month appeared to be in the treatment of 46 subjects with the skin condition rosacea.

VITAMIN C (ASCORBIC ACID)Back to top

vit_c_asc

Vitamin C, also known as Ascorbic Acid, works by helping to form and maintain collagen. Collagen is a protein that enhances the body’s ability to absorb iron. It has many benefits, supports a variety of the body’s structures, and is essential to the formation of bones and teeth.Humans, unlike most other animals, do not create their own vitamin C, and they need to consume it through foods rich in the vitamin.

HOW MUCH VITAMIN C DO YOU NEED?

The Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which is sometimes referred to as the daily allowance or daily value, is 60-95 mg per day. The Food Standards Agency of the UK only recommends 40 mg. However, these dosage recommendations are hotly contested among scientists, some of whom recommend upward to 18,000 mg per day!

WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DON`T GET ENOUGH VITAMIN C?

A deficiency in vitamin C can cause Scurvy, which manifests itself in loose teeth, hemorrhages, bruising, inability to fight off infection, mild anemia, and bleeding. If not treated, Scurvy proves fatal. In addition to preventing Scurvy, vitamin C has been shown in some studies to reduce the length of colds and to alleviate their severity. It does not, however, prevent colds or alter their frequency. Vitamin C may help prevent lead poisoning, and some scientists believe it can be used in the treatment of cancer.

GOOD SOURCES OF VITAMINC C

The best sources of vitamin C are fruits and vegetables. Citrus fruits are most famous for their vitamin C content, but vitamin C can also be found in vegetables such as red peppers and cauliflower.

MANGANESE

manganese

Manganese is a mineral that is found in whole grains, cereals, fruits, vegetables, and tea. It is used as a supplement for diabetes, epilepsy (seizures), high cholesterol (blood fats), Parkinson’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and schizophrenia. Manganese is also used for strains, sprains, and inflammation (soreness and swelling). Other names for Manganese include: Manganese Sulfate, Manganese Chloride, Manganese Picolinate, and Manganese Gluconate.

FORMULA DESCRIPTIONBack to top

Glucosamine is a natural compound that is found in healthy cartilage. Glucosamine sulfate is a normal constituent of glycoaminoglycans in cartilage matrix and synovial fluid. Available evidence from randomized controlled trials supports the use of glucosamine sulfate in the treatment of osteoarthritis, particularly of the knee. It is believed that the sulfate moiety provides clinical benefit in the synovial fluid by strengthening cartilage and aiding glycosaminoglycan synthesis.

If this hypothesis is confirmed, it would mean that only the glucosamine sulfate form is effective and non-sulfated glucosamine forms are not effective Glucosamine is commonly taken in combination with chondroitin, a glycosaminoglycan derived from articular cartilage. Use of complementary therapies, including glucosamine, is common in patients with osteoarthritis, and may allow for reduced doses of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents.

Advanced JointCare may aid in relieving the symptoms of knee osteoarthritis (mild-to-moderate), Osteoarthritis (general), Chronic venous insufficiency, Diabetes (and related conditions), Inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis), Pain (leg pain and pain during rehabilitation after an injury), Rheumatoid arthritis, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ disorders. Advanced JointCare is an advanced formula containing Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Boswellia, and MSM.

Advanced JointCare promotes healthy joints and tissues. This formula may also help in reducing the symptoms of arthritis, reducing muscle soreness, reducing pain, joint lubrication, and rebuilding cartilage. Advanced JointCare is made with only the highest quality ingredients which makes it one of the most advanced and powerful joint formulas available.

SUGGESTED USE / HOW SUPPLIED

Take 2 to 3 capsules in the morning and again in the evening. Store in cool and dry place. Do not exceed more than 6 capsules in one day. This product has a 3 year shelf life. Advanced JointCare is supplied in a gelatin, dye free capsule in bottles of 180 capsules.

ADVERSE REACTIONS

Reactions to Advanced JointCare have been rare and have resolved with the cessation of use.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

Advanced JointCare should not be taken by women who are pregnant or may become pregnant.

Women who are nursing should also avoid taking Advanced JointCare.
Advanced JointCare should not be taken by children under the age of 12 years.

Those persons taking prescription medications should exercise caution when beginning to take Advanced JointCare . Advanced JointCare should not be taken by any person with a known sensitivity to any of the individual ingredients. Consult with your regular healthcare provider when starting Advanced JointCare in conjunction with prescription medications of any type.

FDA REQUIRED DISCLAIMER

The products and the claims made about specific products on or through this document have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration and are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. The information provided in this brochure is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional or any information contained on or in any product label or packaging. You should not use the information in this brochure for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem or for prescription of any medication or other treatment. You should consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem.

 

 

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