Glucosamine & Chondroitin Supplement Drink by Joint Juice
Joint Juice - Glucosamine & Chondroitin Supplement Drink Blueberry Acai - 6 Bottles (8 oz. / 237 ml)
Joint Juice Blueberry Acai Glucosamine and Chondroitin Supplement Drink also contains Vitamin D3, Vitamin C and Antioxidants. Joint Juice Glucosamine and Chondroitin is great for healthy, flexible joints. Whether you're a gardener or a marathoner, your joints will love this. Originally developed for pro athletes by orthopedic surgeon Kevin R. Stone, M.D., Joint Juice combines glucosamine and chondroitin with Vitamin D3 and antioxidants. A bottle a day keeps your joints in play.
Joint Juice Glucosamine & Chondroitin Contains
- Glucosamine & Chondroitin: A full day's supply of glucosamine combine with chondroitin helps keep cartilage lubricated and flexible.
- Vitamin D3: A full day's supply to help build strong bones.
- Green Tea: Powerful Antioxidant that aids in cellular health.
- Vitamin C: Essential vitamin and antioxidant
Joint Juice supplement drink was originally developed for pro athletes by orthopedic surgeon Kevin R. Stone, M.D. to keep joint healthy and flexible, now a convenient supplement for everyone. You can forget those hard to digest pills and pour a cool glass of Joint Juice supplement drink with a full day's supply of 1,500 mg of glucosamine plus chondroitin, Vitamin C and Vitamin D to help keep joints healthy and happy. it comes in two great flavors and has just 25 calories per bottle.
More About Joint Juice
Joint Juice has made some improvements to their products to make them even better. They've added new ingredients that increase the health benefits, improve the taste and increase the flavor choices.
The following information is provided as a general guide to Joint Juice's products. This information is not intended to replace the expertise and guidance of your health care provider. If you have a pre-existing health condition, please ask your provider before starting any new regimen.
Why the changes to Joint Juice supplement drink?
Joint Juice listened to their customers and made key improvements: they added chondroitin and vitamin D because recent research indicates they benefit joint and bone health. Joint Juice changed the flavor and improved the taste to appeal to more people. Joint Juice eliminated the carbonation and changed to a plastic, resealable bottle. What they didn't change is their commitment to delivering the best joint health products available.
Why should I use Joint Juice supplement drink instead of other joint supplements?
Joint Juice supplement drink provides everything the leading pills have, in a refreshing, easy to drink and absorbable form. Joint Juice supplement drinks are an easy AND effective way to support healthy joints.
Can I find the previous Joint Juice supplement drink?
During this conversion period you may be able to find the previous version of Joint Juice supplement drink in some retail locations. Eventually, all retailers will sell the new Joint Juice supplement drink.
How many calories are in Joint Juice supplement drink?
Joint Juice supplement drink has 20 calories and only two grams of sugar per eight-ounce bottle. It is made with sucralose, a no-calorie sweetener, to keep it low in sugar and calories.
Why did you add chondroitin?
Current research indicates that taking both glucosamine and chondroitin will provide more joint health benefits.
Why did you add vitamin D?
Vitamin D's role in bone health is well documented. Recent research indicates that vitamin D is essential for a number of other cellular activities and most people don't get enough.
Is it okay to drink more than one a day?
Yes, it's okay to drink more than one a day.
Dr. Stone's Tips on Knee Health
The knee is an amazing and complex joint. It's one of the major weight bearing joints so it's very important to keep healthy and strong. This article, from Kevin Stone, M.D., the founder of Joint Juice, should help you understand how your knees work and how to keep them healthy.
The knee is made up of four bones: the femur (thigh bone), the tibia and fibula (shin bones), and the patella (knee cap). It's held together by four ligaments that stabilize and allow it to bend and flex. Knee ligaments are flexible enough to allow the knee to bend, extend, and rotate; and when healthy are the major sources of knee stability.
Special cartilage, called articular cartilage, covers the ends of knee bones. When articular cartilage is healthy it allows for smooth movement of the knee, with less friction than even ice on ice. It's truly remarkable stuff. Two additional pieces of cartilage, called the meniscus cartilage, serve as major shock absorbers.
Three tips on how to keep your knees healthy:
- Keep Active. It's important to keep the muscles in the legs strong to help protect your knees. Exercises that promote balanced strength between the thigh and hamstring muscles are especially important.
- Watch your weight. Maintaining a healthy weight is critical to knee health, as excess weight increases the stress and strain across the knee during all activities.
- Take Supplements. Proper nutrition, including supplements such as glucosamine, chondroitin, vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids, gives your body the building blocks it needs to maintain healthy knees.
Remember to talk with your doctor about how you can maintain your ideal weight, before starting a new exercise program, and which supplements are right for you.
Glucosamine and Chondroitin: Can they work for you?
Glucosamine and chondroitin are two important supplements for joint health. Dr. Kevin Stone, the founder of Joint Juice, Inc., explains how they can help you maintain healthy and flexible joints.
Glucosamine occurs naturally in your body: it works to lubricate your joints by helping cartilage tissue absorb water. This process helps cartilage perform its important job of cushioning and mobility. However, we tend to produce less glucosamine as we age. Therefore, supplementing with daily glucosamine has been shown to be effective in maintaining healthy joint cartilage.
Chondroitin also occurs naturally in healthy joint tissue and is a major component of joint cartilage. Together with glucosamine, chondroitin stimulates your body to produce glucosaminoglycans, which act as powerful water magnets. These "magnets" increase the water content of your joint cartilage keeping it healthy and lubricated while increasing its shock-absorbing potential. These effects aren't just limited to cartilage - all the body's tissues benefit from increased hydration.
Taking glucosamine and chondroitin together - in the liquid formula found only in Joint Juice products - ensures that you get a full day's supply of glucosamine (1,500 mg) and chondroitin to maintain healthy and happy joints.
About Dr. Kevin Stone
Inventor of Joint Juice products
Dr. Kevin Stone is an orthopedic surgeon, the founder of The Stone Clinic and an avid windsurfer.
"I was fortunate to be educated at Harvard College and then go on to medical school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and then complete an internal medicine internship at Harvard's Beth Israel Hospital followed by general surgery at Stanford and again orthopedic surgery back at Harvard. I then went on to New York's Hospital for Special Surgery and then Lake Tahoe for a clinical knee fellowship.
"I then opened The Stone Clinic in San Francisco where I've practiced for the last 20 years.
"I've been fortunate to be a physician for the U.S. Ski Team for over a decade, a physician for multiple ballet companies, the U.S. Pro Golf Tour, the U.S. Olympic Festival and athletes of all ages--from the young to the old, people with joint injuries and people with arthritis.
"Over the years I've been most proud of being able to contribute to each and every patient and help them individually return to being active.
"And I've been especially proud of being able to help not just the individual patients, but the millions of people that we've been able to influence by developing glucosamine in Joint Juice products.
"It's a pleasure to help keep people active and permit them to do the things that they love."