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Does Joint MAX® Help?
Trials have revealed that Joint MAX® is effective in relieving the discomfort associated with osteoarthritis.
 
In a group of 13 veterinary clinics, 76% of pet owners described the results after 6 weeks of Joint MAX® supplementation as "Excellent" or "Very Good," while another 11% classified the results as "Good." The repurchase rate was 84%.
Chondroprotective Agents
Glucosamine
Glucosamine is a basic building block for cartilage and ligaments, necessary for production of key connective tissues. Glucosamine keeps cartilage cells healthy and functioning properly. Glucosamine also relieves pain and inflammation and halts or reverses the progression of the DJD by stimulating joint repair.
Chondroitin
Gives the cartilage-forming cells (chondrocytes) the building blocks they need to synthesize new cartilage and to repair the existing damaged cartilage. It also inhibits damaging enzymes in the joint.
Manganese
Manganese is a nutrient that is vital for growth and development of bones and cartilage. It optimizes the production of cartilage components and plays an important role in wound healing.
Vitamin C
Vitamin C or Ascorbic Acid helps accelerate healing after surgery and formation of components needed for healthy joint membranes. The nutrient is essential for bones, ligaments, skin, capillary walls and other tissues. Other than aiding in healing, Vitamin C is also known to combat inflammation and pain.
Zinc
Zinc an important mineral found in almost every cell of the body and is required for cell growth and tissue repair. It stimulates activity for many enzymatic biochemical reactions, which is important in wound healing and maintaining a healthy immune system.
Natural Anti-Inflammatories
MSM
MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) is known to relieve pain, as well as swelling and inflammation in joints and other connective tissues. This dietary sulfur is essential for proper functioning of the muscles and joints.
Omega Fatty Acids
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) and DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) are Omega fatty acids that help decrease inflammation and pain. In numerous studies, EPA and DHA have been found to decrease joint stiffness, swelling, tenderness, and overall fatigue.
Energy and Endurance
Creatine Monohydrate
Creatine is a vital amino acid that enhances skeletal muscle metabolism, which increases muscle energy, strength and endurance. Creatine is helpful in dogs with muscle atrophy associated with osteoarthritis.