Joint Juice, Inc. is the first ever ready-to-drink glucosamine supplement created back in 2001 by leading orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Kevin Stone, at the Stone Clinic in San Francisco. There are two basic products:
Joint Juice: 30-calorie ready-to-drink glucosamine and vitamin C-enhanced dietary supplement juice.
Joint Juice Fitness: 10-calorie ready-to-drink glucosamine and vitamin-enhanced dietary supplement water.
Joint Juice is a ready-to-drink, juice-based dietary supplement with glucosamine to hydrate and lubricate healthy joints to help improve cushioning and function. Drinking Joint Juice daily gives your body 1500 mg of glucosamine in an effective and easy to take formula. Research indicates that taking 1500 mg of glucosamine daily can help give healthy joint cartilage what it needs to stay healthy, and improve joint function and mobility. The glucosamine HCl in Joint Juice products is 100% vegetable-derived and shellfish-free.
Joint Juice is available in 8-ounce aluminum cans at warehouse club stores, grocery stores and drug stores nationwide.
Joint Juice Fitness
Joint Juice Fitness is packed with 1500 mg of glucosamine to help keep your cartilage hydrated. Each bottle also contains vitamins, water and electrolytes to hydrate your body. Joint Juice Fitness is a lightly-flavored dietary supplement with 10 calories per bottle and comes in natural lemon, berry and kiwi-strawberry flavors. Joint Juice Fitness is the first water-based, ready-to-drink glucosamine dietary supplement. Research indicates that taking 1500 mg of glucosamine daily can help give your joint cartilage what it needs to stay healthy and to help improve joint function and mobility. Supposedly with daily use, healthy individuals may see results in as little as four to eight weeks. Again, the glucosamine HCl in Joint Juice products is 100% vegetable-derived and shellfish-free.
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