Devils claw extract, Boswellia serrata extract, turmeric root extract, bromelain, green tea, quercitin, grape seed extract, ginger and phellodendron exert a powerful influence for joint support.
As the global joint health market grows a steady 7 percent over the next three years, the category’s staple dietary ingredients and products are giving...
New studies are opening the door for vitamin K2 use in a host of dietary supplement applications.
Research has shown the benefits glucosamine, chondroitin, collagen, MSM, boswellia and hyaluronic acid have on animal joint health.
Recent research has shown the chemical curcumin, a main compound of turmeric, possesses myriad benefits across several health categories.
Increasingly busy lifestyles and the rise of exercise trends such as high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and CrossFit have contributed to widespread hip joint injuries and cartilage degradation among Millennials.
From curcumin and omega-3s to ginger and Brahmi, many ingredients demonstrate anti-inflammatory mechanisms to help support joint health.