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What is Supple Dietary Supplement?

Updated on September 21, 2012

Supple

Supple is a dietary supplement aimed at people who suffer from joint pain or osteoarthritis, taken as a drink, Supple claims to help by rebuilding joints and cartilage, relieve joint pain and improve mobility for the user.

Supple comes in a can in the form of a fruit drink that contains Chondroitin, Glucosamine and a blend of vitamins and minerals that are all aimed at making life for those suffering from joint pain easier.

Although many people swear by Supple and give it great reviews, Supple has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

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Chondroitin and Glucosamine

Chondroitin and glucosamine are the main ingrediends found in Supple, and in many other supplement that are aimed at joint pain and osteoarthritis.

Glucosamine

Glucosamine is a substance that occurs naturally in the body and is found in cartilage and the soft tissue around the joints, tendons, ligments and synovial fluid.

Glucosamine helps to rebulid cartilage, lubricate the joints and help with joint mobility.

Glucosamine is often derived from shellfish and should be avoided by people who have an allergic reaction to seafoods.

Chondroitin

Chondroitin is another substance that is made in the body, it helps to rebuild cartilage and keep it healthy. It also helps to lubricate the joints making movement easier and less painful.

Supple Active Ingredients

Ingredient
Amount Per Serving
What it does
Chondroitin
1200mg
Helps to rebuild cartilage and lubricate joints
Glucosamine
1500mg
Helps to rebuild cartilage and connective tissue.
Vitamin C
120mg
Helps build collagen and is a good anti-oxidant
Vitamin D
1000 IU
Rebuilds cartilage and aids in bone strength
Vitamin E
8 IU
Pain reduction and extra mobility
Niacin
20mg
powerful anti-oxidant and helps improve mobility
Vitamin B6
2mg
Boost immunity and energy production in cells
Vitamin B12
6mcg
Boost immunity and energy production in cells
Pantothenic Acid
10mg
Boost immunity and energy production in cells
Calcium
80mg
Helps to build and strengthen bones
Magnesium
24mg
Helps with wound repair
Sodium
115mg
Helps with cell growth
Rebaudioside-A
Amount Not Stated
Reduces blood sugar levels.

How Supple Joint Juice Works

The active ingredients in Supple joint juice are all said to be beneficial to your joints and bones, chondrioitin and glucosamine are the most hyped supplements for joint care on the market and can be found in hundreds of products in most health stores.

The blend of vitamins and minerals found in Supple are also said to be beneficial to joint health and of course as part of your everyday diet vitamins and minerals are great for your overall health.

Supple joint juice ingriedients are said to rebuild cartilage, reduce pain, reduce swelling, lubricate the joints, repair broken tissue such as tendons and give the user more freedom of movement and mobility, making it much easier for sufferers to get on with their daily lives.

Supple and Pregnancy

The effects of Supple on unborn and breast feeding babies is unknown, Consult a medical professional before taking.
The effects of Supple on unborn and breast feeding babies is unknown, Consult a medical professional before taking. | Source

Supple Side Effects and Warnings

Although the majority of people who use Supple have no adverse reaction to the drink, there are some side effects from taking the supplement that you should be aware of.

  1. Stomach Pain
  2. Insomnia
  3. Headache
  4. Increased blood pressure levels
  5. Stomach cramps
  6. Acid reflux

Consult Your Doctor Before using Joint Juice if you are.

  1. Diabetic
  2. Pregnant or breast feeding
  3. Overweight
  4. On a low salt diet
  5. Unsure about any of the ingredients

Always consult your doctor if you have any reaction from using supple or if you are on medication that may react with the ingredients in Supple.

If you have an allergy to any of the ingredients in Supple do not use it, Glucosamine is derived from shellfish and should be avoided if you have a seafood allergy.

Supple Juice and You

For every good review of Supple there is a bad review and although some people swear blind that the product has changed their lives forever, others report that it has done absolutely nothing for them.

If you are thinking of trying Supple do not buy it with big expectations that it is a miracle cure. Try it out for a month and if you don't notice a difference in that time save your money. Take advice from a medical professional about a course of treatment that may work for you.

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      Steve 

      4 years ago

      I read a review of Supple on Consumer Health Digest. I tried it for 3 months and it helped me. I found much relief for my back pain and inflammation of knees.

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      Sophia 

      5 years ago

      For the last three months onwards, i am using this supple. I am okay satisfy that one, but it didn't show that munch of effect on my joints.

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      Marisa Hammond Olivares 

      5 years ago from Texas

      Jimmythejock, I've never heard of Supple. Probably because I don't need it and I certainly hope I never will. This is a great review and it does sound like it is a great product. The negative reviews and possibilities are always scary though. We are all just so different and can react differently to different products. Regardless, the vitamins and minerals sound great. Thank you for sharing your research and insight. Great looking hub!

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      Penelope Hart 

      6 years ago from Rome, Italy

      If I learn I don't need a new knee, which I should know in the next few days, then I might try to get hold of this since I have no cartilage in my right knee. Thanks. Helpful. Voting.

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