What’s Included Inside Every Dose Of Joint Relief?Joint Relief is a proprietary blend of NEM and systemic enzymes, and that’s it. Inside every dose you’ll receive the following:
NEM-Brand Eggshell Membrane
NEM is a new tool for patients managing chronic joint-related conditions like arthritis. It contains a mix of connective tissue-building compounds, including glucosamine, chondroitin, collagen (specifically Types I, V and X), hyaluronic acid, methionine, cysteine, and others. All of these are implicated in connective tissue formation at some level, and NEM is one of the few sources where you can find them all in one place.
NEM cannot be attained through diet. Supplementation is the only way to receive it, and in typical doses (500 mg is standard) it is considered safe for all patients.
In addition to its impressive safety profile, NEM has also been researched for its efficacy in reducing pain and improving flexibility. Several studies, including both animal and human studies, have demonstrated positive results associated with NEM. A couple of those studies include:
- A study published in Modern Rheumatology that looked at the effects of NEM supplementation on 54 rats. Researchers found that following short-term NEM supplementation, most of the rats had reduced ankle and knee histopathology scores. Further, caliper measurements showed reduced inflammation in rats receiving NEM supplementation, suggesting a range of benefits in arthritic rats.
Animal studies are an effective research tool because there’s no risk of the placebo effect. The results in this study did not rely on patient surveys or other subjective forms of self-evaluation.
- Another study, published in Clinical Rheumatology, included 60 subjects and was both double-blinded and placebo-controlled. While a few patients dropped out early on in the study, those who finished the trial had statistically significant improvements in both joint pain and stiffness.
- A third study, published in Clinical Interventions in Aging, looked at the effects of NEM on otherwise healthy postmenopausal women. Researchers determined that NEM supplementation could reduce joint pain, stiffness and cartilage turnover in postmenopausal women following exercise.
All three studies found no adverse effects associated with supplementing NEM, making it the rare option that comes with minimal risk.
In addition to the NEM itself, Joint Relief comes with a mix of enzymes. This includes lipase, the enzyme responsible for digesting and processing fats. Normally, lipase supplementation is used to support digestive health, but in Joint Relief, it’s needed to better process NEM.
The eggshell’s membrane contains a high concentration of fats that can interfere with processing the NEM’s essential compounds. Joint Relief’s lipase content breaks these lipids down.
Tzyme Protease blend
Joint Relief also contains Tzyme, a proprietary mix of proteases designed to facilitate better protein processing. Like lipase, protease is primarily used by the body for digestive purposes and is responsible for breaking down the longer-chain peptide bonds that make up proteins. This allows the body to access particular amino acids for processing.
Proteases accomplish this through hydrolysis, and one study has looked at how hydrolysis alters the effects of NEM supplementation. Its study found significant improvements in range-in-motion related pain after 30 days of supplementation. More interesting, though, was that a hydrolyzed version of NEM (2.5x) achieved desired results in nearly twice as many patients. The non-hydrolyzed NEM was effective in 18.4 percent of patients while the hydrolyzed version was effective in 31.3 percent of patients.
In short, Joint Relief’s protease content can facilitate hydrolysis for improved nutrient absorption.
What Isn’t Included With Joint Relief?
Joint Relief contains no fillers or any ingredients that could interfere with digestive health. There are no allergens or irritants, either. Specifically, this is what you won’t find in Joint Relief:
- Dairy products
Joint Relief is 100 percent compatible with a vegetarian diet and is also Kosher compatible.
Joint Relief Can Maintain Joint Health And Support Flexibility
Chronic pain and loss of motion can be major drags on quality of life, but standard forms of pain alleviation can have undesirable side effects. Instead of relying on long-term usage of pain relievers, many patients turn to supplements like Joint Relief for support. With no adverse effects and plenty of medical research to back it, Joint Relief is worth considering for those experiencing joint and connective tissue discomfort.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.