Free Flex supplies key ingredients to keep your joints in top working order; they include a source of hydrolized Type II Collagen, Vegan Glucosamine, MSM, Bamboo Silica, and Vitamin C. Their synergy helps to build, maintain, and improve the joint cartilage and supporting ligaments and tendons to preserve mobility, alleviate stiffness and pain, help rebuild damaged tissue, and reduce inflammation. Whether you want to maintain your joint health or repair tissue damage, Free Flex brings the necessary nutrients to make it happen.
Keeping your joints in good working order requires daily nutrients to keep them functioning smoothly. The patented Collatis™ 2000 FLD, a hydrolized Type II Collagen from sustainable wild fish, is proven to build the cartilage in joints. The Glucosamine Sulfate from vegan sources also helps to build and maintain cartilage and joint tissue. Silica from bamboo keeps the ligaments and tendons strong and flexible so that the joint is properly held together. Vitamin C is also essential for building collagen throughout your body. For any inflammatory issues, MSM is there to keep it in check and allow your tissue to be repaired.
This complete formula is an appreciated combination and provides the means to keep you and your joints on track to be mobile and flexible.
You’re only as young as your joints.
You don't need to be a competitive athlete to appreciate the pounding your joints take during daily activities. Over time, overworked joint cartilage can develop arthritis. If you’re too busy to slow down due to bothersome joint problems, stay ahead of them.
The most important factors in keeping joints nimble are nutrition and low-impact exercise. By making the right food choices, and using a handful of natural remedies, you'll be able to avoid major joint degeneration for decades. Dietary supplements including Type II Collagen, Glucosamine Sulfate, MSM and Bamboo Silica can alleviate joint stiffness and pain, improve mobility, and help regenerate damaged cartilage.
Each Tablet Contains
COLLATIS™ 2000 FLD (Hydrolyzed Type II Collagen (Fish skin))