Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Arthri-Flex Reviewed – How Safe and Effective Is This Product?

What Is Arthri-Flex Supposed To Do?

Sometimes it can be difficult to narrow down the actual claims a given supplement. Often these claims are divided into descriptions of the ingredients themselves. One of the nice things about Arthri-Flex is that these claims are nicely packaged in an advertising page on the home site of Arthri-Flex. In order to determine what the claims of Arthri-Flex are, all you have to do is consult the most recent advertising. Arthri-Flex says that it's formulated need to "reduce the joint degeneration that occurs as we grow older." The most obvious thing with this statement is that most people who are already suffering from arthritis have already grown older, and are no longer able to exercise preventive steps. Also, it is not necessarily proven that including MSM, glucosamine, and chondroitin in the diet will actually prevent the degeneration of joint tissues, especially when delivered by a supplement like Arthri-Flex. In fact, the case studies in these areas are basically undecided. While one study suggests that glucosamine establishes a clear superiority over placebo, many other studies have suggested that the opposite is true. Part of the reason for this is that most of a glucosamine supplement simply does not make it into the blood after ingestion.

Another claim of Arthri-Flex is that Arthri-Flex will somehow increase mobility and strength. There is some support for this statement, if Arthri-Flex is taken over a period of several months. This idea is also predicated on the fact there is, in fact, a deficiency of cartilage-creating proteins within the body. This does not actually support the idea that the specific Arthri-Flex formula is  somehow superior to other ways of taking glucosamine and chondroitin, which are found in a variety of sources. This is not to say that Arthri-Flex is as good as any other supplement, but simply that it seems to offer an actually verified amount of glucosamine and chondroitin, and therefore delivers the substances which could be referred to as nutrients, and therefore certainly not vitamins or minerals. In fact, the only reason why glucosamine and chondroitin found their way into health supplements is that some studies have suggested that these nutrients will increase the health of connective tissue. Many doctors support the idea that their patients suffering from arthritis should go ahead and take glucosamine supplements like Arthri-Flex, but there is still so little scientific evidence behind these ingredients that the FDA has simply not been able to approve glucosamine for medical use. So, ultimately, each consumer must decide whether to rely on advertising, or a combination of advice from professionals and personal research.

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