Healtheries Jointex Plus is a unique formulation combining high strength ingredients, including Glucosamine and naturally occurring Chondroitin, to help rebuild cartilage, promote healthy joints, and improve joint mobility.
Recommendations for use:
• Relief from joint problems associated with the depletion of cartilage and collagen.
• Assists in minimising the effects of musculo-skeletal injuries, and aids a speedier recovery from sports injuries.
• For the elderly and other sufferers of joint problems.
• Caution, this product is derived from seafood. Do not take in cases of seafood allergies, pregnancy and breastfeeding.
• Keep out of reach of children
Dose: Adults: For an initial course of 3 months, take 1 tablet three times daily with food.
Maintenance dose: 1 tablet twice daily with food or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Contains No: Wheat, Gluten, Milk Derivatives, Yeast, Corn, Starch, Colour, Flavour or Preservatives
Pack Information: Available in a bottle of 30 tablets
When the doctor told me that the cartilage in my knees and wrists was degrading badly and that there was a very good chance I would need surgery within 10 years I was quite freaked out. I dont like surgery of any kind. I cant even stand to have my teeth drilled. So I thought anything is worth trying if it will keep me off the surgery table and thats when I found this in the local pak'n'save. I figured at nearly 50 cents per tablet, about a dollar a day to keep the scalpel away was worth a shot. After 2 months the doc was stunned by the results of the MRI on my knees. Not only has the damage stopped, but the cartilage is rebuilding itself at a great rate. The pain has gone when I walk, and I am even able to do light jogging without extreme discomfort. At this rate, I am told I will be able to get back to normal within a year and avoid needing to go under the knife at all. I am over the moon at news like that! Sure, its not going to be cheap, but what price can you put on your health? $1 a day for 10 years is around $37,000... which is less than half of the cost of a proper surgical job, which *MIGHT* give me 5-10 years of passable functionality before a possible repeat surgery. I think I prefer this option and the best bit is I wont need to find a huge lump of money at once or take out a loan. Great stuff.
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Simon has been using this Italian rub on chicken for years.
But don't save it just for chicken. It's great in burgers or meatballs, over grilled tomatoes and if you're throwing a prawn (or pretty much anything for that matter) on the BBQ or in the frypan, a good sprinkle of this will make your food sing.
Please note: The Italian and Kiwi seasonings are Gluten free but all are packed on a line with products that may contain gluten.
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