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Effective S-Acetyl Glutathione
Glutathione is your primary defense against aging.
Tendonitis has a component of inflammation a well as free radical damage, that's why glutathione is recommended here.
Glutathione is not an anti-inflammatory, but inflammation is inducing oxidative stress (Khansari N, et al. 2009). Free radical damage can also cause inflammation.
It's a very effective antioxidant that the body makes to protect itself from free radical damage (oxidative stress). It can help repair cells that are damaged by stress, radiation, pollution, infection, and other illnesses.
Curcumin is one of the components of the turmeric root. Research has documented the ability of curcumin to inhibit several inflammatory cytokines. Curcumin has been found to reduce IL-1beta induced NF-kappaB activation (Burhmann C, et al. 2011). These are inflammatory cytokines involved in tendonitis.
Research has documented the many benefits of curcumin (found in turmeric spice), but regular curcumin is hard to absorb. Our formula improves the intake of this beneficial substance into the cells.
Better Fish Oil
Numerous studies have shown the ability of omega 3 fatty acids from fish oil to reduce inflammation.
Research has shown that the omega 3 fatty acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) can reduce the inflammatory cytocines COX-2, TNF-alpha and IL-1 beta (Kang JX, Weylandt KH, 2008,Adam O, 2003).
The Better Fish Oil comes in the form of triglycerides which offers better stability to the fatty acids and prevents breakdown and oxidation.Most fish oils on the market are ethyl esters because that's cheaper to produce. Fish oil in a triglyceride form is also better absorbed than ethyl esters (Beckerman B. et al. 1990). Most people that eat a western diet can benefit from increasing the intake of Omega 3 fatty acid since their diet usually contains too much Omega 6 from vegetable oils and saturated fat from dairy and other animal sources.
BMJ Bones, Muscles, and Joints
Glucosamine sulfate support the formation of GAG (glycosaminoglycan’s). GAG is a common building block both for cartilage, ligaments, and tendons.