Ask Health Food Expert – Rheanne Haines

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Ask Health Food Expert – Rheanne Haines

Are you a lakeside/weekend warrior?

With our short summers, people tend to pack a lot of activities into their weekends. As a result, many of us end up with sore joints and inflammation. Sangster’s® Re-Construct and Celadrin® can help ease these systems.

Re-Construct contains MSM, Devil’s Claw and Glucosamine Sulfate to provide a natural way to alleviate your pain and help rebuild sore swollen joints. MSM is a natural occurring sulfur found in our bodies and in many foods we consume. Clinical studies have shown MSM can inhibit the pain along nerve fibers, lessen inflammation, increase blood supply, reduce muscle spasms and soften scar tissue.

Glucosamine Sulfate (GLS) provides the raw material needed by the body to manufacture the glycosaminoglycan found in cartilage. In many of the clinical studies done using GLS, it was found that in as short a time as six weeks, relief from pain and actual rebuilding had begun. The sodium free glucosamine in Sangster’s Re-Construct may be the answer to help rebuild those aching joints.

Celadrin® is a clinically proven all natural pain management complex shown to reduce inflammation and pain experienced in joint function. It also helps restore mobility with no side effects. Celadrin® enhances and lubricates cell membranes throughout the body providing youthful cell fluidity and elasticity. This includes the enhancement of fluids that cushion your bones and joints to maintain flexibility and mobility so that you can move with ease and less pain.

Benefits

Re-Construct

  • Relieves sore joints and muscles
  • Decreases inflammation
  • Reduces muscle spasms

Celadrin®

  • Scientifically designed to be absorbed rapidly and provide immediate and continuous pain relief to joints, muscles and tissues.
  • Speedy relief of minor aches and pains associated with simple backache, arthritis, strains, bruises and sprains
  • Clinically proven to be effective in both oral and topical applications