All About Arthro

Arthro is a long term care dietary supplement that is made to support joints and help with Inflammation. Arthro is made using handpicked natural ingredients that are known and tested to lubricate and provide the body with the nutrients it needs to help with joints and inflammation.

It may help you with:
• Worn out and damaged joint cartilage
• Joint comfort
• Lubrication and thus support joint mobility
• Nourishing your joints with minerals, herbs and vitamins
• Overall body health.

Ingredients include a proprietary blend of: Glucosamine Sulfate, Chondroitin Sulfate, Quercetin, Trypsin, Bromelain, Ginger, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Alfalfa, Cat’s Claw, Devil’s Claw, Siberian Ginseng, Skullcap, Suma, Yucca, Green Tea Extract, Hyaluronic Acid, Grape Seed Extract, Pine Bark Extract and Green Coffee Bean Extract.

INFLAMMATION

Its has several ingredients geared towards reducing inflammation such as:

Proteolytic Enzymes: Bromelain and Trypsin

They are regulators and controllers of the inflammatory responses in our body. Bromelain is considerably absorbable in the body without losing its proteolytic activity. One study suggested that a combination of bromelain and trypsin worked as well for reducing knee pain from osteoarthritis as NSAIDs.

Ginger

Ginger affects certain inflammatory processes at a cellular level. Lab Studies have shown that gingers benefits come from several different compounds that have anti-inflammatory properties. Now science has confirmed its beneficial properties for those with arthritis both for inflammatory arthritis like RA and degenerative arthritis like osteoarthritis.

Devils claw

This has several studies that show that taking Devil’s claw for 8 to 12 weeks can reduce pain and improve physical functioning and people with osteoarthritis.

Hyalauronic acid

Hyalauronic acid is considered one of the key players in the tissue regeneration process and it has been proven to modulate inflammation. It’s also a great joint lubricant

ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY

Antioxidants are substances such as green tea, alpha lipoic acid, grape seed extract and pine bark extract  that removes potentially damaging oxidizing agents in a living organism.

The process of oxidation in the human body damages cell membranes and other structures including cellular proteins, lipids and DNA.  When oxygen is metabolized, it creates ‘free radicals’ which steal electrons from other molecules, causing damage. An overload of free radicals has been linked many diseases including chronic inflammation/Joint Inflammation.

Green tea

Green tea extract is a natural alternative to chemical antioxidants. Green tea extract helps delay lipid oxidation in food. EGCG inhibits the production of the molecules that contribute to inflammation and joint damage in people with rheumatoid arthritis.

Alpha Lipoic Acid

Alpha-lipoic acid is both fat and water soluble whereas most are water solualble. Studies investigated potential alpha lipoic acid benefits in osteoporosis and they found that it suppresses the formation of bone-degrading osteoclast cells.

Grape seed Extract

Researchers in the medicinal world keep proving how polyphenols are responsible for the antioxidant, free-radical scavenging properties of Grape seed extract.  It is believed that the antioxidant activity is 20 times greater than vitamin E and 50 times greater than vitamin C. The seeds also contains a compound called resveratrol which is praised for its anti-inflammatory properties.

Pine Bark Extract

 A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study published in the Journal of Phytotherapy Research found that French pine bark is capable of reducing osteoarthritis, joint, and various other chronic pain. Those supplementing with Pine Bark Extract received a 56 percent reduction in osteoarthritis pain after just three months.

GLUCOSAMINE AND CHONDROITIN

Glucosamine is usually extracted from animal tissues such as crab, lobster, or shrimp shells, while chondroitin is found in animal cartilage such as tracheas or shark cartilage. Glucosamine and chondroitin provides natural building blocks for growth, repair and maintenance of cartilage. It may also lubricate joints, help cartilage retain water and prevent cartilage breakdown and  plays important metabolic roles in the health of connective tissue and joints. Glucosamin belongs to the glycosaminoglycan family and there are several functions that all depend on glycosaminoglycans such as:

  • Transportation of ions,
  • Diffusion of nutrients: When nutrients are found in higher concentrations in one area than another, there is a net movement to the low-concentration area so that equilibrium is reached.
  • Binding of growth factors
  • intercellular signaling
  • Collagen synthesis

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