Nourish Joints

Vendor: Dr. Lisa O.
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Nourish Joints by Dr. Lisa O.

Nourish Joints - Joint Support and Flexibility - If you're looking for a product to support your joints, flexibility, and recovery, look no further than Dr. Lisa O Joint Support! This unique formula contains a blend of ingredients that have been specifically chosen for their ability to promote joint health. Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate are two of the most well-known and researched joint supplements on the market, and they're included in this product to help support the structure and function of your joints.

MSM is another key ingredient in this formula, as it's known for its ability to reduce inflammation and pain. Turmeric root extract is also included for its anti-inflammatory properties. Joint Support also contains hyaluronic acid, which helps to lubricate and cushion your joints. Whether you're an athlete who is looking to improve your recovery time or someone who wants to maintain their mobility as they age, Dr. Lisa O Joint Support can help you achieve your goals!

Nourish Joints Ingredient Panel

  • Glucosamine Sulfate - The tough tissue that cushions joints contain glucosamine, a natural compound. Shellfish shells or lab-made glucosamine are used in supplement form. N-acetylglucosamine, glucosamine hydrochloride, and glucosamine sulfate are all forms of glucosamine. Inflammation appears to be readily reduced by glucosamine, even though its mechanisms are still poorly understood. Your body naturally produces glucosamine. In addition to supporting healthy joint development, it also supports the development of articular cartilage, a smooth white tissue that covers the ends of your bones. Articular cartilage, together with synovial fluid, minimizes friction and allows bones to move freely and painlessly across one another. (1)
  • Boswellia Extract (Boswellia serrata) (herb) - There are many benefits associated with boswellia, such as its anti-inflammatory properties, its painkilling properties, and its ability to prevent cartilage loss. It may even be useful in treating some cancers, such as leukemia and breast cancer, according to some studies. (2)
  • Chondroitin Sulfate - Most commonly, chondroitin sulfate supplements are used to treat osteoarthritis, a bone condition affecting cartilage around joints. In addition to enhancing cartilage synthesis, it prevents cartilage breakdown when taken as a supplement. Taking chondroitin supplements may improve pain symptoms and joint function compared to taking a placebo, according to a review of 26 studies published in 2018. (3)
  • Turmeric (Cucuma longa) (root)- Many diseases and aging are believed to be caused by oxidative damage. A free radical is an unpaired electron molecule that is highly reactive. Fats, proteins, and DNA are among the organic substances that free radicals tend to react with. In general, antioxidants are beneficial to your body because they protect it from free radicals. Due to its chemical structure, curcumin is a powerful antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals. In Western countries, arthritis is a common problem. Arthritis involves inflammation of joints, which occurs in several different types. Due to its potent anti-inflammatory properties, curcumin may be beneficial for arthritis sufferers. There is an association between the two, according to several studies. (4)
  • Quercetin (Sophora japonica) (bud) - Your cells may be damaged by free radicals in more ways than one. Inflammatory genes may be activated by high levels of free radicals. Inflammatory responses may be exacerbated by high levels of free radicals. Chronic inflammation can cause health problems, including cancer, heart disease, and kidney disease, even though a little inflammation is necessary to heal and fight infections. Inflammation may be reduced by quercetin, according to studies. (5)
  • Methionine - It is imperative to note that methionine is used to produce other important molecules in the body.  As a result of its role in the production of Cysteine, a variety of molecules, including proteins, glutathione, and taurine, can be produced. Often referred to as the master antioxidant, glutathione plays a crucial role in the body's defenses. DNA and proteins are also produced by it, as well as metabolism of nutrients. (6)
  • MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) - Pain in joints or muscles is one of the most common uses of MSM. It has been shown to benefit people with joint degeneration, which is a common cause of knee, back, hand, and hip pain. By limiting your mobility and movement, joint degeneration can negatively impact your quality of life. The body's inflammation is significantly reduced by MSM, according to studies. A joint's cartilage, a flexible tissue that protects the ends of bones, is also inhibited by it. (7)
  • Bromelain (Ananas comosus) (stem) - In the body, bromelain produces substances that relieve pain and swelling. In clinical studies, bromelain was found to be an effective treatment for osteoarthritis pain, soft-tissue swelling, and joint stiffness due to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. (8)