ForFlex takes care of joint health.
Glucosamine is a key structural element for building joints. It is required for the synthesis of compounds such as glycolipids, glycoproteins, proteoglycans, hyaluronate. Directly or indirectly, it is involved in the formation of joint surfaces, bone tissue, tendons, muscles, veins and arteries, heart valves and more. It maintains fluid in the cartilage and regulates its metabolism, preventing unnecessary tissue destruction. Inhibits the action of enzymes that break down cartilage tissue.
Cartilage, like other elements in the joints, contains many proteoglycans. Proteoglycans (glycosaminoglycans) are polysaccharide chains consisting of glucosamine and other saccharides. During the movement of the joints, the proteoglycans are constantly destroyed and require constant replacement. If glucosamine in the body is not enough, which often happens after the age of 40, the production of proteoglycans is disrupted.
ForFlex Composition in one tablet:
Plant Glucosamine HCL - 500 mg
Boswellia Serata standardized extract (65% Boswellic acids) - 100 mg
Ginger standardized extract (5% Gingerol) - 100 mg
The glucosamine in ForFlex is of plant origin. Unlike the one extracted from shrimp or crustaceans, the plant has the following advantages:
- Suitable for all people allergic to seafood.
- Suitable for reception during fasting.
- Suitable for vegetarians.
The selected glucosamine is HCL hydrochloride. Glucosamine hydrochloride is the most concentrated and most easily absorbed by the body.
Vegetarian Glucosamine HCL is manufactured in the United States according to the standards of the American Pharmacopoeia.
Boswellia Serata, also known as Indian incense, is an herb traditionally used as an anti-inflammatory.
As early as 1970, German scientists discovered that it had a therapeutic effect similar to that of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs containing ibuprofen and acetylsalicylic acid.
Originating in Asia, Ginger has a long history as a traditional anti-inflammatory.
Recent studies show that ginger has anti-inflammatory, vasodilating and antithrombotic effects. Ginger is one of its most active ingredients in this regard.
A study by Dr. Lars Lindmark categorized ginger as an herbal medicinal product with the effects of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory products.
Three tablets daily after meals.
It is recommended that one intake cycle last a minimum of 3 months.
There are no contraindications in the indicated doses.
Food supplement. Do not use as a substitute for a varied diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.