What makes the FlexMe dietary supplement special?
a unique combination of ingredients
The FlexMe dietary supplement provides ingredients that strengthen your bones and joints in multiple ways: T2NDC® native collagen, hyaluronic acid, Casperome® Boswellia serrata extract, OptiMSM®, and vitamin C to support collagen production and help ensure healthy function of bones and cartilage.
T2NDC® native collagen
The FlexMe dietary supplement contains as much as 120 mg of T2NDC® native collagen from standardized chicken cartilage in a daily serving. Cutting-edge cold extraction technology preserves the natural structure of collagen molecules for high activity and better absorption of mineral components. The natively formed collagen in an optimized serving has a beneficial impact on joints and cartilage.
Boswellia serrata as Casperome®
In our FlexMe dietary supplement, we included Casperome®, a Boswellia serrata (Roxb. Ex Colebr.) gum resin extract standardized to 25% of triterpenic acids and 10% of boswellic acids. This formula demonstrates anti-inflammatory and analgesic action, improves the absorption of active ingredients, and helps maintain articular comfort.
Research shows that a combination of Boswellia serrata extract and MSM (organic sulfur) helps joints and bones regenerate, reduces inflammation, and is more effective than the commonly used glucosamine sulfate.
The FlexMe dietary supplement comes in capsules, offering a safe way to provide active ingredients in their biologically active forms.
What you need to know
Adults: 1 capsule
— 2 times a day (best taken after a meal)
When is the FlexMe dietary supplement right for you?
You lead an active or athletic lifestyle, and your joints are at a high risk of injury
You are recovering from injury
You have a sedentary lifestyle, which may contribute to articular problems
Your joints are overused and overloaded from physical labor
You are older and find your joints are not as flexible as they used to be
Effectively support your joint mobility
Healthy daily habits help you enjoy unrestricted mobility longer. Keep in mind that collagen synthesis in our bodies starts slowing down at 26, which may weaken cartilage and reduce joint flexibility.
I have composed the FlexMe dietary supplement specifically for people who want to comprehensively support their locomotor system. I appreciate the importance of a proper diet in strengthening the bones and joints.
A nutritionist specializing in clinical and sports nutrition; the author of the book “Masz to we krwi” [It’s in your blood] with 10 years of experience, more than 1000 patients, and hundreds of trainings and presentationspaulina.ihnat
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There are no miracles. Only science.
Combination of MSM and boswellic acids works better than glucosamine
In the study, a combination of MSM and boswellic acids was more effective than glucosamine sulfate, commonly used in products supporting the articular system.
Source: “Methylsulfonylmethane and boswellic acids versus glucosamine sulfate in the treatment of knee arthritis: Randomized trial”
Boswellia extract may be effective in treating osteoarthritis
Boswellia and its extract may be an effective and safe treatment option for patients with osteoarthritis (OA).
Source: “Effectiveness of Boswellia and Boswellia extract for osteoarthritis patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis”
Type II collagen from chicken cartilage may support RA treatment
The study showed type II collagen to effectively support rheumatoid arthritis (RA) treatment.
Source: “A randomized, double-blind, multicenter, controlled clinical trial of chicken type II collagen in patients with rheumatoid arthritis”
Sodium hyaluronate may reduce OA symptoms
In a clinical trial, sodium hyaluronate injection into the superior and inferior temporomandibular joint space in patients with osteoarthritis improved clinical symptoms.
Source: “Clinical Outcome of Sodium Hyaluronate Injection into the Superior and Inferior Joint Space for Osteoarthritis of the Temporomandibular Joint Evaluated by Cone-Beam Computed Tomography: A Retrospective Study of 51 Patients and 56 Joints”