Flexuron
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Flexuron is a new supplement that claims to be able to promote healthy joint health for seniors. I’ve been using it to see how it works and the benefits I’ve noticed are quite impressive. Flexuron was designed to help those who want to maintain healthy joint mobility over the long term. With regular use, you can begin to see positive results within 4 weeks.

How Can Flexuron Help You With Joint Pain?

Flexuron is an enzyme releaser. It naturally destroys enzymes that cause joint pain symptoms such as stiffness and mobility problems. Many products on the market do this by reducing inflammation. This is a good thing, but if you only get relief for a few days it doesn’t do anything to reduce inflammation in your body long term. To get long lasting results you must use something that targeting the enzymes and reduces them over time.

So, what are the 3 primary active ingredients found in Flexuron to give it the ability to reduce joint inflammation? They are: Alpha Linoleic Acid, Gamma Linoleic Acid and Bilberry Extract. I’m not sure if you can find this included in any of the ‘comprehensive’ anti inflammatory supplements that are available. I would assume that you can as it’s an important component to Flexuron.

I also know that there are a few supplements out there that contain collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. But there aren’t any products on the market that are capable of penetrating the skin and providing these nutrients system-wide. Most topical anti-inflammatories are reactive and have some type of toxic compound. And we all know that inflammation is one of the primary drivers of joint pain. You would think that an antioxidant would have some type of ability to prevent the inflammation process, but Flexuron has the lowest bioavailability of any antioxidant that I could find. I guess that is why I prefer using Flexuron over the other collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid based topical supplements.

Flexuron overview

The scientific research conducted on Flexuron indicates that it may be able to improve the health of the cartilage surrounding the joints by: increasing the production of synovial fluid which lubricates the joints; increasing the tissue matrix around the joints by: and increasing the production and use of the enzymes that help to break down the disulfide bonds that make up collagen and elastin. And, it is also believed that Flexuron may help by: reducing the amount of Toxins that are present in the body and removing some free radicals from the joints. Of course, there are a lot of different inflammatory diseases and conditions that respond well to this herb. There have been studies conducted to test Flexuron on rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, osteoarthritis, Juvenile Diabetes, ulcerative colitis, pre-leventricular and post-traumatic stress disorders, irritable bowel syndrome, and syndromes associated with Crohn’s disease, etc.

Flexuron has received approval from the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the use as a dietary supplement for the relief of pain, joint stiffness and other signs and symptoms of systemic inflammation. However, you should know that this is not an appetite suppressant or weight loss drug. Flexuron does not increase your energy levels, nor does it “rewind” your metabolism. However, if you are looking for anti-inflammatory effects that can improve overall mobility of your joints, Flexuron may be just what you need.

What are the benefits of Flexuron? Its ability to promote healthy joint mobility was found through studies involving lab mice and humans, after the supplement was formulated with a blend of bioflavinoids, alpha lipoic acid, arginine, glucosamine sulfate, chondroitin Sulfate, and pectin. Flexuron will also help support healthy phospholipid-rich oil production in the body.

So now that we know that Flexuron can be used to treat arthritis, joint pain and other musculoskeletal disorders, what do we do next? Keep in mind that its most important benefit is its ability to help reduce inflammation, which is an important factor in reducing joint pain and discomfort. This supplement also provides many other beneficial benefits including promotion of healthy pancreatic function, helping to improve mood and sleep, helps decrease stress levels, aids in the maintenance of a healthy cardiovascular system, improves kidney function, helps reduce asthma and hay fever, increases mental alertness, reduces the risk of cancer, and more.

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