Joint Health


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Key Benefits:

  • Promotes healthy muscles and joints.
  • Effectively supports the body in repairing tissue following an injury.
  • Enhances the body’s natural healing processes.
  • Optimizes the body’s anti-inflammatory processes.
  • Supports faster recovery from strenuous exercise and workouts.
  • Maximizes production of the body’s own powerful antioxidant enzyme (SOD) for even faster recovery.
  • Includes M.E.D.S. ™ to maximize results.

An active lifestyle creates muscle and joint strain that often demands relief. Joint Health combines patented NEM® natural egg shell membrane with proteolytic enzymes and powerful antioxidants to support muscle and Joint Health. Clinical studies have shown the natural ingredients in this superior formulation to be effective in helping maintain healthy joints, promoting faster recovery from strenuous activity, and optimizing the body’s renewal processes. Joint Health includes M.E.D.S.™, a proprietary micronutrient blend formulated to deliver maximum results.**

Joint Health is the best anti-inflammatory product for joint healing, tissue rejuvenation and recovery after a workout or injury. This all natural, cutting edge product has clinically proven results within 7-10 days with NEM, natural eggshell membrane. Joint Health is not only a hyaluronic acid supplement but boost high amount of proteolytic enzymes for reducing lactic acid build up, inflammation, pain and swelling. Break up scar tissue and start rebuilding cartilage with our powerful antioxidant blend including boswellia, quercetin, resveratrol and SOD precursor system.

Joint Health Formula combines traditional joint health ingredients like boswellia with the power of proteolytic enzymes and the new, patented NEM® egg shell membrane to provide maximum benefits for joint health.

NEM® is a new ingredient derived from natural egg shell membrane. It is a natural source of chondroitin sulfate, hyaluronic acid, collagen, and other glycosaminoglycans essential for healthy joints. This patented ingredient has been clinically proven to provide results in just 7-10 days.*

Proprietary Enzyme Blend

  • Bromelain is a special combination of protease enzymes derived from pineapples. In addition to general protease effects, bromelain has been shown to modulate the chemical messengers of the immune system (cytokines and prostaglandins). By modulating the activity of these specific messengers, bromelain is able to provide a wide range of benefits for joint health, and potentially improve recovery from exercise.
  • Protease 4.5 and 6.0 are protease enzymes that break down large protein molecules into smaller proteins and amino acids. As a natural part of healing, proteins can build up in an area of injury. Protease enzymes help break up waste protein, thereby supporting the body’s natural process to more efficiently rebuild and support healthy muscles and joints. Protease 4.5 and 6.0 each work within different pH ranges. By combining these enzymes into the proprietary blend, Core Health Product’s Joint Health formula is able to provide a broad spectrum of enzyme activity and maximize the benefits of protease enzymes.

Proprietary Antioxidant and Herbal Blend

  • Acerola Cherry is an excellent natural source of vitamin C, a critical nutrient for joint health. The body cannot build or repair joint tissues without adequate amounts of vitamin C. Joint Health contains 200% DV of Vitamin C from acerola cherry to provide a truly balanced joint health formulation with all the necessary building blocks for healthy joints.
  • Boswellia, a close relative of frankincense (B. sacra), has been used for many thousands of years as an astringent and anti-inflammatory. Modern researchers have found that boswellia’s beneficial properties come both from its antioxidant capabilities and its unique ability to inhibit the production of leukotrienes (chemical messengers of the immune system) associated with inflammation. Numerous double-blind placebo-controlled clinical studies have shown its potential benefits for joint health.
  • Grape Seed Extract, is one of the most powerful natural sources of proanthocyanidins, which help protect tissues from free radicals produced in conditions of inflammation. The grape seed extract used in Joint Health utilizes a patented, environmentally friendly water-based extraction process. This process is able to recover more of the potent OPCs from grape seed than other extraction methods, and maintains the natural integrity and potency of proanthocyanidin antioxidants.
  • Quercetin is a bioflavanoid found naturally in the skin of apples, red onions, citrus fruits, and red grapes. Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties play a key role in the maintenance and heath of collagen, a key component of cartilage and joint tissues.
  • Resveratrol is best known for its anti-aging properties, but it is a powerful non-flavanoid antioxidant found naturally in grapes and other plants, and has been researched for its various potential health benefits. It is thought to work by modulating the enzymes and signaling pathways involved in the body’s inflammation and aging processes.
  • SOD Precursor System: SOD, or SuperOxide Dismutase, is a powerful antioxidant enzyme produced by the body and fights inflammation and supports recovery. Unfortunately, SOD production and activity decreases with age and is often low in individuals with certain health conditions. Joint Health’s SOD Precursor System provides the nutrient building blocks needed to support the body’s ability to produce SOD.

Bromelain and Protease
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Grape Seed Extract
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Minerals of the SOD Precursor System
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NEM® Egg Shell Membrane
NEM® White Paper. Natural Eggshell Membrane (NEM®) is a Natural Therapeutic Choice for Joint & Connective Tissue Disorder.

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Vitamin C, Acerola Cherry, & Rose Hips
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Recommended Usage: Take two capsules daily on an empty stomach.

Storage: Store closed in a cool, dry place.

Shelf Life: 1 year

Special Considerations

Special Considerations/Allergen Information

Contains egg shell membrane from egg. (Contains no milk, wheat, soy, peanuts, nuts, corn, fish, or shellfish.)


Drug/Nutrient Interactions:
If you are taking:

  • Blood thinning medications such as warfarin, coumadin, heparain, Plavix or aspirin: do not use Joint Health except under the direction of a physician. The ingredients of Joint Health may enhance the effects of these medications.
  • Sedative drugs such as benzodiazepine: bromelain might amplify their effect. Joint Health contains high levels of bromelain.

If you are taking medications, consult with your physician or pharmacist before making changes to your diet, exercise, or supplementation program.

Special Considerations/Contraindications:

  • Joint Health should not be used by those individuals with bleeding disorders.
  • Joint Health should be discontinued at least 7 days prior to surgery, but is helpful as nutritional support for recovery.
  • No studies of the ingredients in Joint Health have been conducted on pregnant or nursing women. Consult with your physician before using this product if you are pregnant or nursing.
Weight .2 lbs
Dimensions 2 × 2 × 3 in


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