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ULTIMATE JOINT & MUSCLE EASE
Four(4) size 00 capsules contains:
1,200 MG MSM (OptiMSM) 600 MG Glucosamine Sulfate
600 MG Glucosamine HCL 250 MG Chondrotin Sulfate (Sodium Free)
10,000 SKB Amylase 10,000 HUT Protease
750 MG Cetyl Myristoleate Complex 150 MG (Active Cetyl
Myrisoleate)
200 LU Lipase 50 CU Cellulase

Ultimate Joint & Muscle Ease

This product is the best on the market for sufferers of joint pain and osteoarthritis.

Osteoarthritis (OA), the most widespread type of arthritis, is a degenerative disease of the joints. Although sometimes capable of causing acute inflammation, it is most commonly a "wear-and-tear" disease involving degeneration of joint cartilage and formation of bony spurs within various joints. Trauma to the joints, repetitive occupational usage, and obesity are risk factors. Most people over 60 years of age have this affliction to some extent, with up to 20 million sufferers requiring medical care. The main goal of treatment is to relieve pain.

In recent years, glucosamine and chondroitin have been widely promoted as a treatment for OA. Glucosamine, an amino sugar, promotes the formation and repair of cartilage. Chondroitin, a carbohydrate, as a cartilage component promotes water retention and elasticity and inhibits the enzymes that break down cartilage. Both compounds are manufactured by the body.

But as we age, less and less of these are produced and supplementation is the logical answer.

Research Findings

Laboratory studies suggest that glucosamine may stimulate production of cartilage-building proteins. Other research suggests that chondroitin may inhibit production of cartilage-destroying enzymes and fight inflammation too. Most glucosamine supplements are derived from shellfish shells, however, Ultimate Joint & Muscle Ease made from the combination of a sugar (hence glucose) and an amine, which is a derivative of ammonia containing nitrogen (N) and hydrogen (H) atoms; chondroitin supplements are generally made from cow cartilage. Human studies have shown that either one may relieve arthritis pain and stiffness with fewer side effects than conventional arthritis drugs.

Some published studies comparing glucosamine or chondroitin to various standard medications have found that the drugs worked faster than the supplements. And they also found that several months after treatment ended, the analgesic effect of the supplements remained stronger.

Some of you ask about foods to help prevent arthritis. Fresh fruits and vegtables or uncooked foods supply the needed digestive enzymes that help prevent arthritis by cleaning the blood vessels, allowing nutrients to get throughout the body. However, not all foods can be eaten uncooked.

Do christmas trees help ease arthritis pain? No, but the bark from the Scotch Pine is said to help ease inflammation.

You ask, are there really Foods That Prevent Arthritis? Currently, the only known methods of prevention are avoiding repetitive joint injury and weight control.

Will Hemp Oil Help Arthritis? It can, but the essential fatty acids are fragile and quickly lost in processing.

Also, what are Fruits That Help Arthritis ? Fruits high in vitamin C seem to protect against this inflammatory disease such as avocados, grapefruit, oranges, peaches, and watermelon.

why Pineapples help arthritis. A key enzyme in pineapple called bromelain helps reduce inflammation. This may benefit those with knee osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, according to a German study, that found the enzyme reactions of bromelain resulted in a statistical reduction of pain. For those with carpal tunnel syndrome, some findings show eating pineapple is associated with reduced tissue swelling.

quercetin and bromelain and papain
What Vitamins Help Arthritis ? Vitamin C and Vitamin E

What are AIDS to Help Arthritis Sufferers? AND is there holistic arthritis help? Yes, a combination of Ultimate Joint & Muscle Ease with Ultimate Enzymes and Ultimate Anti-oxidant will not only ease the pain but it will clean your blood system to let all nutrients get where they need to go.

In 2001, the Lancet published the results of a three-year double-blind clinical trial involving 212 people with osteoarthritis who took either glucosamine or a placebo. The researchers found that symptoms improved 20% to 25% in the glucosamine group but worsened slightly in the placebo group. The x-ray examinations showed that serious narrowing of the knee-joint space -- a sign of progression of the disease -- occurred in only half as many patients taking glucosamine as in those receiving the placebo

As for chondroitin, a recent analysis of the combined results of seven randomized, controlled trials indicated that the supplement may reduce osteoarthritis symptoms and improve function by an average of some 50%.

Products

In the United States, glucosamine and chondroitin products are marketed as "dietary supplements." Glucosamine is available in many forms, including glucosamine sulfate, glucosamine hydrochloride (HCl), and N-acetylglucosamine (NAG), and may also contain a potassium chloride or sodium chloride salt. However, there appears to be no conclusive evidence that one form is better than another. Chondroitin is typically sold as chondroitin sulfate. In December 1999 and January 2000, ConsumerLab.com tested 25 brands of glucosamine, chondroitin and combination products and found that (a) all 10 glucosamine-only products, passed the test but 2 chondroitin-only and 6 out of 13 combination products did not (because their chondroitin levels were too low). In January 2001, one of the combination products was removed because its manganese level was judged to be too high.

In 2001, Consumer Reports evaluated 19 products and reported:

Most . . . were reasonably well standardized, delivering at least 90 percent of the amount of glucosamine or chondroitin promised on the label, thereby meeting a new standard for the supplements proposed by the U.S. Pharmacopeia, which sets standards for drugs and proposes them for supplements. But four products -- Now Double Strength Glucosamine & Chondroitin, ArthxDS Glucosamine Chondroitin, Solgar Extra Strength Glucosamine Chondroitin Complex, and Now Chondroitin Sulfate -- failed to meet that standard. Two products -- Solgar Extra Strength Glucosamine Chondroitin Complex and Twinlab CSA (Chondroitin Sulfate) -- recommended too few pills per day to supply the dose used in the successful clinical trials. Several others listed the recommended number of pills as a range that permits consumers to take a dose that may be inadequate.

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