Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Reader Question on Joint Juice

We received the following question from a reader of this site: Have you ever used Joint Juice? I saw it on Television then researched it on the internet and it seems like it may be a good solution to my knee pain. It is a liquid and therefore better absorbed. Jeff, Tampa Bay , Florida . P.S. Joe Montana is endorsing Joint Juice so it must be good.

MyAchingKnees.com response to Joint Juice. While I like Joe Montana and use to watch him on NFL Sundays, I doubt very much Joe understands the difference between food grade products and high quality supplements.

Being a liquid has nothing to do with it's absorption rate, as the product consumed is broken down in the stomach and absorbed in the intestines.

Even if the purity, potency, absorption rate (dissolution) and efficacy between products were all the same, and they are NOT, as this is what separates pharmaceutical grade products from all others, the Joint Juice product provides 1,500 mg of Glucosamine and 60 mg of Vitamin C per daily dose compared to what I take which provides 2,000 mg of Glucosamine and 300 mg of Vitamin C not to mention 500 mg of Turmeric Extract which optimizes the Glucosamine.

And if you have been reading this site for awhile you will remember that Vitamin C is an important nutrient for the joints, especially for connective tissue. Good luck to you, but remember,...proof is in the pudding - let the buyer beware.

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1 comment:

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