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What Is Move Free?

Updated on August 20, 2012

What is Move Free?

If you suffer from stiff or painful joints through arthritis or an injury then you may have heard about the so called new wonder drug called Move Free.

Move Free is a dietary supplement that comes either in the form of a liquid or a tablet and manufacturers claim that it lubricates, rejuvenates, rehydrates and repairs stiff and painful joints.

Each Move Free dose Contains glucosamine hydrochloride, chondroitin sulfate, Uniflex proprietary extract and hyaluronic acid.

According to the makers Schiff, users of the product start feeling the benefits within the first two weeks of taking the supplement.

Move Free Ingredients and Manufacturers Claims

What it is for
Glucosamine Hydrochloride
1,500 mg
Rebuilds Joints
Uniflex proprietary extract
250 mg
Protects Joints
chondroitin sulfate
200 mg
Rebuilds Joints
Hyaluronic Acid
3.3 mg
Replenishes Joints
The amounts stated above are for two tablets, which is the makers recommended dosage

Osteoarthritis of the Knee

An Xray picture of a patient suffering osteoarthritis in the left Knee.
An Xray picture of a patient suffering osteoarthritis in the left Knee. | Source

Does Move Free Work?

According to Schiff the makers of Move Free, the product has been thoroughly tested on patients who suffer from Osteoarthritis and patients who have cartilage problems.

The studies claim that users noticed a significant difference within the first fourteen days and after eight weeks of taking the supplement around 83% of the participants claimed that they had less joint pain, more freedom of movement and a significant improvement of physical activity.

These test results suggest that the pain relief and ease of movement in sufferers from taking Move Free is up to fourteen days quicker that a patient would normally feel from taking either glucosamine or chondroitin on their own.

These studies though have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration.

Don't Leave Your Doctor in the Dark

You should always consult your doctor before starting a course of Move Free. If you suffer from any side effects Stop taking the drug and seek medical advice.
You should always consult your doctor before starting a course of Move Free. If you suffer from any side effects Stop taking the drug and seek medical advice. | Source

What are the Possible Side Effects of Move Free?

Some people who have used Move Free have suffered some side effects from taking the suppliment including:

  • Bloating
  • Diarrhea
  • Stomach cramps
  • Colitis
  • Cramping
  • Tendinitis
  • Vomiting
  • Acid reflux
  • Stomach pains

Seafood Allergy Warning

Move Free contains soy and shellfish and should not be taken by anyone who has ever had a seafood allergy.

Do not take Move Free if You are:

  • Diabetic
  • suffer from a blood clotting disorder such as hemophilia
  • Allergic to Shell fish
  • Overweight
  • On a low salt diet

The effects of Move Free on unborn babies have yet to be determined as are the effects on babies being breast fed.

Always consult your doctor before taking Move Free as a precaution.

Move Free Products

There are five products in the Move Free Range:

  1. Move Free Advanced
  2. Move Free Advanced Plus MSM* and Vitamin D3**
  3. Move Free Advanced Plus MSM*
  4. Move Free Ultra
  5. Move Free Maintains and Repairs

* MSM Methylsulfonylmethane is found in some plants and is considered an inert chemical, there are no approved medical uses for MSM although there are many claims that it is beneficial in the treatment of arthritis.

** Cholecalciferol better known as Vitamin D3 has been proven to be beneficial in skeletal and bone health.

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Move Free Your Choice

Move Free is a treatment that is unapproved by medical authorities but thousands of people who have used the products have have stated that it is a fantastic product that eases the pains in their joints and that it increases their mobility and physical activity.

There are known side effects of taking the drug but some users swear that the positives outweigh the negatives and although the side effects may be a little uncomfortable the freedom of greater movement and flexibility is well worth the price.

Always seek advice from your doctor before starting on a course of Move Free and be realistic in your expectations of the suppliment.

Move Free may work for some people and may not work for others if there is no change in your condition after the first course is completed then it is recommended that you save your hard earned cash and speak to your doctor about a medical alternative.

Your Views on Move Free

If you have ever used Move Free please share your experience using the comments box below. Was your experience good or bad, tell the world your opinion.


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      Alfreta Sailor 4 years ago from Southern California

      Thank you Jimmy, for this very informative hub. I've been experiencing some stiffness recently, and considered trying the product. Now, however after reading this hub, I think I'll suffer a little long. Voted up, useful and interesting.

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      Brett Caulton 4 years ago from Thailand

      Although there still isn't a perfect solution, it is good that better treatments are coming out.

      However, I often wonder if companies really want to find a 'cure' for these serious problems. If something is cured, the ongoing profits vanish for all the medical businesses ... would they ever risk that? A scary world lol.

      Shared, up, interesting, and tweeted.

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      Maree Michael Martin 4 years ago from Northwest Washington on an Island

      I haven't had any negative symptoms to date. Maybe mind over matter, but it seems to work for my husband and I, we both have arthritis issues.

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      maggs224 5 years ago from Sunny Spain

      A very interesting article full of useful information unfortunately I am one of the ones that it is not suitable fr and I did not know that until I read your hub.

      voting up

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      Natasha 5 years ago from Hawaii

      I like that you point out many joint supplements are not suitable for people with diabetes. I had no idea until a few months ago when my grandmother told me she'd stopped taking her old supplement because it exacerbated her diabetes. Now she's found a different one that is okay for diabetics, but many are not.

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      Ann-Christin 5 years ago from UK

      Very interesting I've never heard of Move Free. I will be looking into to it as I have arthritis in my knees and take Glucosamine.

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      James Paterson 5 years ago from Scotland

      Thankyou for your comments, sunshine and sally, I tried to give an unbiased review of the products so that the reader could decide for themselves if the pro's outweigh the cons or vice versa.....jimmy

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      Sherri 5 years ago from Southeastern Pennsylvania

      This is an excellent review of the facts without making a case pro or con. Super-valuable information.

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      Linda Bilyeu 5 years ago from Orlando, FL

      Very interesting. I'm going to share this with a friend who needs a knee replacement but can't have the procedure done due to other health issues. Don't know about those side effects. There's a lot of them. Thanks for sharing!