Joint health is key to maintaining or achieving an active more mobile lifestyle. Potent and safe, All Joints Ultra is a full-force advanced daily formula containing clinically studied key ingredients at doses shown to address the crucial connection between targeted nutrition and joint health. Supports joint function, comfort, mobility, lubrication, and flexibility. Especially if you are experiencing joint issues, it is time to add All Joints Ultra to your daily routine. Effective for athletes and men & women of all ages.
All Joints Ultra is a smart combination of ingredients at optimum dose levels offering targeted healing nourishment to the muscles, ligaments, cartilage, and bone for long term benefits. All Joints Ultra contains three well-respected featured botanical ingredients: ginger, boswellia, and Puracol® feverfew, that have long been used in traditional medicine and are supported by today’s scientific research.
All of All Joints Ultra ingredients synergistically work together to provide your desired results:
Vitamin C – Ascorbic Acid – Most plants and animals produce vitamin C internally, but despite how important it is to our health, humans and other primates cannot make or store vitamin C in the body—we are required by nature to get it from our diets. There is a long list of how we need vitamin C to survive including acting as a powerful antioxidant, supporting the immune system, and having a role in the regulation of neurotransmitter biosynthesis important to cognitive performance. In the field of joint health, Vitamin C is essential for the production of collagen, the major component of connective tissue throughout the body. Vitamin C reduces cartilage loss and the progression of complications from an injury, as well as stimulating cells to improve bone density.*
Magnesium – Being deficient in magnesium can mean trouble for your joints and collagen. Magnesium helps promote a healthy inflammatory response, improves calcium absorption, and reduces oxidative stress. The sufficient intake of magnesium is particularly important for maintaining muscle and nerve function, which also contributes to the structural development of bones. Magnesium has a relaxing effect on the nervous system, and conversely, the lowest levels of magnesium results in the highest levels of inflammatory markers, which further contributes to aches and pains. This makes magnesium especially important to those involved in sports, the elderly, and anyone of any age with joint issues.*
Ginger – Ginger has been widely used as a traditional medicine for centuries, known to support a healthy inflammatory response, joint flexibility, mobility, and comfort, and boost overall immunity. For any joint concern, ginger’s anti-inflammatory properties that function in the same way as COX-2 inhibitors and are of particular benefit.*
Boron – The trace mineral boron has been shown to support joint mobility and flexibility while promoting joint comfort. Boron is also critical for the bone heath of those bones that surround and are the foundation for your joints. Boron stimulates the bone-growing and strengthening processes.*
Feverfew – Studies have found that the Feverfew extract behaves as a potent pain reliever for inflammatory articular (joint) and neuropathic pain. The herb feverfew can inhibit the release of enzymes from white cells found in inflamed joints.*
Boswellia – Boswellia has long been used in traditional medicine to support a response to occasional pain and promote a healthy inflammatory response. These traditional benefits have been confirmed by modern clinical studies; for example, a study published in the Journal of Rheumatology found that boswellia helps reduce RA joint swelling, while in other clinical trials it has been seen to help reduce the levels of a cartilage-degrading enzyme. Boswellia also contains effective immune-balancing properties.*
Hyaluronic Acid – Hyaluronic acid binds to water to support lubrication and act as a joint shock absorber. It also helps in the growth and development of joint cartilage and bones by promoting new cells and tissue growth. When taken orally, hyaluronic acid migrates to the relevant connective tissues, and plays an important role in reducing tissue degeneration due to injury. Its main functions are to maintain collagen, retain moisture, and encourage elasticity and flexible.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.