Move Free Ultra Joint Supplement contains hyaluronic acid and UC-II (undenatured type II collagen), a breakthrough ingredient that helps you to get comfort for your joints in one small, easy-to-swallow tablet. One Move Free Ultra joint supplement is more effective than two glucosamine and chondroitin pills.
Promotes Joint Health
Move Free Ultra supports joint health with the use of a protein found in healthy cartilage and hyaluronic acid. One Move Free Ultra pill is more effective than two glucosamine and chondroitin pills.**
Works with the Immune System to Support Joint Health**
The body's immune system can inadvertently begin reacting to proteins found in joint cartilage, specifically Type II Collagen. Studies have shown that the unique undenatured form of Type II Collagen (UC-II) found in Move Free Ultra can reach immune cells in the gut and help teach the immune system to ignore these joint cartilage proteins. This process is called "oral tolerance" and can result in improved joint comfort. Other types of collagen are not processed in this same way and are therefore not effective in such a small dose.
Just One Small Tablet
The UC-II in Move Free Ultra is preserved from cartilage in a process that leaves the protein intact. This makes the collagen effective in a small dose. Other collagens work differently and are needed in higher doses. Take one tablet a day to support joint health
Joint Fluid Cushions and Lubricates Joints*
Move Free Ultra contains Joint Fluid, or hyaluronic acid (HA), a potent form of one of the main lubricating components found in your joints. As we get older, our HA tends to decrease, which can reduce joint cushioning. Since HA is naturally present in your body, you already have built-in pathways to absorb and use it. The HA in Joint Fluid is similar in molecular size to naturally occurring HA, and a clinical study shows that when taken orally, this form of HA is absorbed directly into the joints.****
** Study comparing UC-II to 1,500 mg glucosamine and 1,200 mg of chondroitin.
*** Based on a 90-day human clinical study showing statistical improvement in certain specific measurements of joint comfort and function, as well as animal studies.
**** Balogh L, et al., J. Agric. Food Chem., 2008