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Joint Care in a Delicious Chewable Gummy
A sore back is usually a symptom of days spent hunched over keyboards or playing catch with sandbags. Sore muscles, like donning a suit of armor or signing a five-year lease, makes it difficult to move. Move Free Joint Supplement Gummies are a two-in-one formula (Uniflex and Hyaluronic Acid) to help support joint health. Move Free Gummies comfort joints and help protect cartilage to promote joint health. Many scientists attribute the dawn of mankind to the accessibility of superb nutrition, pointing out cave drawings that show figures gulping protein shakes. Schiff's Move Free Gummies is the evolution of this health trend. One of the first joint care products in gummy form, Move Free Gummies comfort joints and protect cartilage to promote joint health.* Gummies come in assorted natural fruit flavors. Take two per day.
One key compound in Move Free Gummies is Uniflex (calcium fructoborate), a bioflavonoid antioxidant system found naturally in fruits and vegetables. This system fights free radicals, unstable molecules that can accelerate the breakdown of cartilage and other joint tissues. Move Free Gummies contain Joint Fluid, or hyaluronic acid (HA), a potent form of one of the main lubricating components found in your joints. As we get older, our HA tends to decrease, which can reduce joint cushioning. Since HA is naturally present in your body, you already have built-in pathways to absorb and use it. The HA in Joint Fluid is similar in molecular size to naturally occurring HA, and a clinical study shows that when taken orally, this form of HA is absorbed directly into the joints.** Simply take two delicious tasting gummies (in assorted natural fruit flavors) and you'll be well on your way to provide much needed comfort and support for your joints.
** As demonstrated in Balogh L, et al., J. Agric. Food Chem., 2008