New research into joint health compounds has finally paid off. On November 15th, Dr. David Katz presented results from a new Clinical study on CBS’s “The Doctors”. The Clinical study at the North Carolina Research campus shows that one joint compound in particular can deliver significant, effective joint relief.
In the double-blind University clinical study, Instaflex, a specialty joint supplement resoundingly beat the control group. Researchers at the North Carolina Research Campus concluded that Instaflex can deliver significant joint relief.
The study also concluded that Instaflex is safe to use, with no adverse symptomology or negative effects on general metabolism. And Instaflex caused significant reductions in general discomfort (especially when walking or sleeping) and difficulties performing daily activities (in particular, while doing heavy household chores.)
Dr. David Katz discussing the results of the Instaflex Clinical Study on CBS’s the Doctors. (November 15th, 2013)
The proprietary Instaflex compound includes proven joint ingredients such as Glucosamine, but it’s the fast-acting White Willow Bark Extract, Turmeric, Hyaluronic Acid, and Boswellia Serrata Extract that provide the biggest kick.
The single once-daily dosage helps:
- Significantly relieve joint discomfort
- Improve mobility and increase flexibility
- Lubricate for healthy fluid movement
- Protect and enhance your mobility
Instaflex is a national sponsor of the Arthritis Foundation. It is also the top selling joint supplement in specialty vitamin stores including GNC. You can find Instaflex in every major pharmacy and vitamin chain including Walgreens, Rite Aid, and Vitamin Shoppe.
The clinical study proves that Instaflex works. As the Doctor’s discussed, it may take up to two weeks to see significant relief from joint discomfort with Instaflex. As a result the manufacturer is offering two-week samples of Instaflex today. If you’re suffering with joint discomfort then