The Good News for Your Joints
For too many people, joint discomfort and limitation of mobility is a fact of life. But fortunately, that doesn’t need to be the case.
We are proud to offer Joint Care: a powerful, all-natural formula that promotes and maintains joint health and comfort.
Each ingredient in this product is backed by clinical studies that demonstrate ability to support joint structures and help the body maintain healthy joints.
This doctor-developed supplement has already helped thousands of people experience the comfort of strong, healthy joints.
With the addition of two key ingredients, BCM-95® Curcumin and BosPure®, Joint Care offers optimal support for tissues in the body, including healthy brain tissue.
Curcumin, the main component in turmeric, helps maintain healthy joints and offers potent antioxidant support. BCM-95® combines pure curcumin extracts with turmeric essential oils to improve bioavailability and absorption.
BosPure® is a potent, standardized form of boswellia serrata (Indian frankincense) that has been valued for centuries for its properties that help support the body’s natural healing systems.
Natural, Clinically-Studied Ingredients
Each ingredient in Joint Care has been used traditionally for thousands of years and is backed by extensive scientific research as supporting joint health.
- BCM-95® Curcumin + Essential Oils – potent joint support
- Glucosamine Sulfate Sodium – maintains healthy cartilage
- BosPure® Boswellia – promotes joint comfort
- Bromeliad – supports recovery after exercise
- Sea Cucumber – maintains joint hydration
- Devil’s Claw Root – traditionally used as an herbal supplement for joint health
- Vital Enzyme Blend – ensures optimal absorption of nutrients
Benefits of Turmeric and Boswellia:
Turmeric and boswellia have been used as herbal supplements for centuries for a wide range of purposes. They contain both aqueous (water) and lipid (fat) soluble components, which provide potent joint support and antioxidant properties. This makes them ideal for maintaining healthy joints within the body.
This makes Joint Care a “double duty” supplement because it also provides healthful support for brain and cardiovascular function. Numerous studies have shown that components of turmeric support healthy cognitive function. The antioxidant properties also help support a healthy cardiovascular vascular system. Similarly, boswellia also has been found to support optimal cognitive function associated with normal aging.
BCM-95® is a patented grade of curcumin that includes turmeric essential oils to increase absorption and utilization. Curcumin is the main active ingredient in turmeric and is a potent antioxidant that helps maintain healthy joints. BCM-95® is backed by numerous clinical studies that support joint health and comfort, cognitive function, and memory.
BosPure® is a potent, standardized form of boswellia serrata (Indian frankincense) that supports joint health. Boswellia has been valued for centuries; it is often combined with turmeric for optimal benefit.
Glucosamine Sulfate Sodium
Glucosamine is an amino sugar derived from shellfish. This ingredient is known for supporting healthy joint structures and promoting joint flexibility.
Bromelain supports the body’s efforts to recover after exercise.
Sea Cucumber Powder
Contains substances called glycosaminoglycans that help maintain hydration of joint tissues. Sea cucumber has been used in Asia to promote joint comfort for thousands of years.
Devil’s Claw Root
Devil’s Claw Root is a plant indigenous to South Africa that has been traditionally used as an herbal supplement for joint health.
Take 3 capsules up to twice daily, or as directed by your healthcare provider. For best results, take this product alongside Prevention Plus and Krill Oil Plus.
Shellfish Allergies: Glucosamine and sea cucumbers are shellfish or are obtained from shellfish sources. While some studies suggest that glucosamine is well tolerated by individuals with shellfish allergies because the allergic component is not present, please consult with your healthcare provider before taking this supplement if you have shellfish allergies.
Caution: If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, diabetic, or taking a prescription drug, consult your healthcare professional before using this product. Keep out of the reach of children.
At Vital Plan, we pride ourselves in using optimally dosed ingredients and using clear, honest labeling for each product. Each batch of capsules is quality-tested multiple times throughout the manufacturing process and sent to 3rd-party labs for verification of ingredient purity and label claims.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always consult your qualified healthcare provider before beginning any diet or program.
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