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Suggested Use: Adults, take 4 capsules once daily with your largest meal of the day. Directions are to be followed on both workout and non-workout days.
JOINT SUPPORT Ingredients Profile:
Vitamin A (Carotene) – The two main forms of vitamin A in the human diet are preformed vitamin A (retinol, retinyl esters), and provitamin A carotenoids such as beta-carotene that are converted to retinol. Preformed vitamin A comes from animal products, fortified foods, and vitamin supplements. Carotenoids are found naturally in plant foods. JS from MedlabsAU contains only the ‘Carotene’ form of Vitamin A. 1,500mcg to be precise.
‘Carotene’ or also known as ‘Beta-Carotene’ is an important dietary compound and an important source of vitamin A. Vitamin A supports cell growth and differentiation, playing a critical role in the normal formation and maintenance of the heart, lungs, eyes, and other organs. It is also essential for night vision and for healthy skin, hair, nails, and bones.
Research suggests that you try to get much of the extra vitamin A you need from the ‘beta-carotene’ in yellow-orange vegetables and fruits (carrots, tomatoes, cantaloupe) and in deep-green vegetables such as spinach. If you take multivitamins and other supplements always look for supplements that provide much of their vitamin A in the form of ‘beta-carotene’ like MedLabsAU JS.
Vitamin C (Absorbic Acid) – Your body needs vitamin C (ascorbic acid) to produce blood vessels, cartilage, muscle, and collagen in bones.
The healing process in your body depends on vitamin C as well. The antioxidant vitamin C works to shield your cells from the damaging effects of free radicals, which are chemicals your body produces as it breaks down food, is exposed to tobacco smoke, or is exposed to radiation from the sun, X-rays, or other sources.Heart disease, cancer, and other illnesses could be caused by free radicals. Additionally, iron storage and absorption are aided by vitamin C.
Vitamin D3 – Cholecalciferol, generally known as vitamin D3, is a dietary supplement that facilitates calcium absorption. It is often used to treat patients with rickets, osteomalacia, or other disorders associated to vitamin D insufficiency.
Strength trainers benefit particularly well from vitamin D3, according to research. According to one study looking at how vitamin D3 supplements affect athletes, their strength increased by 18.75%. And while the effects of the vitamin have been found to be generally constant across research, the outcomes have varied significantly.
Effects of Vitamin D Supplementation on Muscle Strength in Athletes: A Systematic Review:
The Effects of Vitamin D Supplementation on Muscle Strength
Vitamin E (D-Alpha Tocopherol) – Alpha-tocopherol is the only form of the fat-soluble vitamin E that is used by the human body. As an antioxidant, its primary function is to scavenge loose electrons, or so called “free radicals,” which can harm cells and may help to prevent some of the oxidative damage that may occur from exercise. Although there are eight different types of vitamin E, d-alpha-tocopherol is the most physiologically active form. Because the liver prefers to transport and utilise d-alpha-tocopherol as the form of vitamin E, it is regarded as the most active natural form.
Vitamin K2 (MK-7 Menaquinone-7) –
Vitamin K acts as a cofactor and is required for post-translational γ-carboxylation of vitamin K-dependent proteins (VKDP). The current recommended daily intake (RDI) of vitamin K in most countries has been established based on normal coagulation requirements. Vitamin K1 and menaquinone (MK)-4 has been shown to decrease osteocalcin (OC) γ-carboxylation at RDI levels. Among the several vitamin K homologs, only MK-7 (vitamin K2) can promote γ-carboxylation of extrahepatic VKDPs, OC and the matrix Gla protein at a nutritional dose around RDI. MK-7 has higher efficacy due to its higher bioavailability and longer half-life than other vitamin K homologs. As vitamin K1, MK-4, and MK-7 have distinct bioactivities, their RDIs should be established based on their relative activities. MK-7 increases bone mineral density and promotes bone quality and strength. Collagen production, and thus, bone quality may be affected by MK-7 or MK-4 converted from MK-7. In this review, we comprehensively discuss the various properties of MK-7.
γ-Glutamyl carboxylase oxidizes vitamin K while simultaneously adding CO2 to protein-bound glutamic acid to form γ-carboxyglutamic acid (known as ‘Gla’), which allows these proteins to bind calcium (carboxylation). γ-Carboxylated proteins are involved in both bone formation and in blood coagulation.
Calcium (Coral Calcium) –
A great supply of calcium in an alkaline form that can promote a healthy blood pH is coral calcium. Coral Calcium also contains naturally occurring trace minerals that are crucial for healthy bones and optimum enzymatic performance.
Curcuma Longa (Turmeric) –
Curcuma longa, a member of the ginger family (Zingiberaceae), has rhizomes below the ground. Curcuma longa has been used for thousands of years as a remedy in the traditional Indian and folk medicine for the cure of a large variety of illnesses, such as inflammation, infectious diseases, and gastric, hepatic, and blood disorders. Curcumin is a major isolated polyphenol from the rhizome of turmeric (Curcuma longa). It has a wide range of pharmacological effects such as antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antitumor, and hepatoprotective activities. In this review, we summarize the pharmacological activities of curcumin and its applications.
Piperine (Std. 98% Piperine)(Fruit) –
These results suggest that piperine has anti-inflammatory, antinociceptive, and antiarthritic effects in an arthritis animal model. Thus, piperine should be further studied with regard to use either as a pharmaceutical or as a dietary supplement for the treatment of arthritis.
Magnesium (From Magnesium Amino Chelate) –
Glucosamine (Sulfate) –
Glucosamine hydrochloride was chosen instead of glucosamine sulfate for a number of reasons. The hydrochloride form is more concentrated than the sulfate form, and the hydrochloride form contains substantially less sodium per effective dose than the sulfate form.
Chondroitin (Sulfate) –
A substance called chondroitin sulphate is naturally occurring in the body and is a crucial component of the hyaline cartilage, the tissue that cushions your joints. The symptoms of osteoarthritis, a degenerative joint disease in which the cartilage at the ends of your bones breaks down, causing discomfort and raising your risk of fracture, are frequently treated with it.
Cissus Quadrangularis Extract –
The grape family includes Cissus quadrangularis, often known as veldt grape, adamant creeper, or devil’s backbone. Cissus quadrangularis, a plant native to areas of Asia, Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula, has long been used as a natural cure to treat a wide range of illnesses. It has been used for centuries to relieve pain, control menstruation, and mend bone fractures.
Due to this plant’s high vitamin C content and antioxidant components including carotenoids, tannins, and phenols, it is believed to have medicinal benefits. Today, herbal supplements made from extracts extracted from its leaf, root, and stem are readily accessible. They are available as powder, capsules, or syrup.
MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) –
A substance found in humans, animals, and numerous plants is MSM. It is mostly used to treat arthritis in people. MSM can be created in a lab and is occasionally mixed with other dietary supplements like glucosamine or chondroitin.
There are several more reasons why individuals use MSM. This includes liver issues caused by obesity, gum disease, snoring, infections, and lung issues, as well as cancer, Alzheimer’s, HIV, and high blood pressure and cholesterol. There is insufficient evidence to recommend using MSM for these.
There is proof, nevertheless, that taking MSM together with other supplements may assist a little bit with the pain and swelling associated with knee osteoarthritis. Additionally, preliminary animal studies suggests some potential for reducing joint deterioration.
Hyaluronic Acid (Sodium Hyaluronate) –
By encouraging the creation of new cells and tissues, hyaluronic acid aids in the growth and development of bone and cartilage in joints. Inflammation reduction. Inflammation and discomfort in the joints brought on by injury or tissue deterioration can be significantly reduced by hyaluronic acid.
*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Consult your physician before using this product. It is not intended for use by individuals under the age of 18 years by or women. Do not use or combine with other dietary supplements. Do not use if you have or are being treated for prostate hypertrophy, cancer, heart, liver, cardiovascular, kidney, thyroid disease, high blood pressure, low HDL, taking antidepressants, MAO inhibitors, or any other prescription drugs. Do not exceed suggested servings. Do not exceed 12 weeks continuous use.