Triflex : What is Hyaluronic Acid?
Joint health supplements are beginning to include something called hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is available in a variety of amounts, but many consumers are confused as to the actual nature of hyaluronic acid and its actual effects on the body. Hyaluronic acid has been studied in recent years as an ingredient for control over inflammation, and is always present where the breaking of the skin or bone has occurred. It is becoming clear that hyaluronic acid improves the communication of nutrients to an area which has been injured. However, the main problem with arthritis and joint care is that inflammation occurs in excess. People buy supplements like TriFlex in order to control this inflammation and replace cartilage. So, scientists are now pursuing tests which determine the effectiveness of hyaluronic acid on controlling inflammation. No matter the results of these tests, the popular use of hyaluronic acid to improve joint health explains the inclusion of hyaluronic acid in GNC TriFlex.
Since TriFlex is one of the most reputable brands of joint care supplements, it's reasonable to to assume that hyaluronic acid has shown some effects. So, what exactly is hyaluronic acid, and how can TriFlex improve the healing of wounds, and decrease inflammation at the same time? Simply put, these are the indications of hyaluronic acid itself, and, when taken on a daily basis, TriFlex or any hyaluronic acid supplement is likely to improve the regulation of the inflammatory response.
GNC TriFlex contains only 5 mg of hyaluronic acid. However, since the body is extremely sensitive to this acid ,and since it is possible to overdose on hyaluronic acid, it is a very good idea keep the dosage small. Still, this dosage may be so small that the possible benefits of hyaluronic acid will not be accomplished by only taking TriFlex. Ultimately, your doctor will be able to tell you whether he or she believes that a higher amount of hyaluronic acid will have a significant impact on your joint health.
Although the jury is still out on actual scientific, definitive evidence of the effects of hyaluronic acid, we know that this acid is present in the process of controlling inflammation in the occurrence of wounds. Significant decrease of cartilage, or the presence of arthritic inflammation, is basically a small wound. Hyaluronic acid clearly plays a role in regulating this inflammation in these areas. The amount of hyaluronic acid required to improve the condition of those with joint pain is not known. So, it's difficult to determine if Triflex actually contains the correct amount of hyaluronic acid. Still considering that TriFlex is relatively inexpensive as a source of all four of the major cornerstones of joint health, glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM and hyaluronic acid, it is reasonable to assume that the amount of hyaluronic acid and present in TriFlex lab results is comparable to the other ingredients.