What You Should Know
Joints are the part of the body bodybuilders worrying about most, after muscles. Lifting extraordinary amounts of weight causes undue pressure on joints, which is why many bodybuilders and weight lifters will wrap knees and weight-bearing joints before working out. Wraps may protect joints from slipping out of socket, but they will not prevent damage to joints due to lack of moisture and hydration. Most joint support supplements contain glucosamine and chondroitin, but the product description for FluidJoint claims these ingredients do not work for everyone. There are no ingredients in this formula commonly used in joint supplements, but the company lists plenty of clinical research to back up claims of increased mobility and joint protection.
We found FluidJoint on several arthritis websites. The manufacturer of FluidJoint is PatentHealth. This company is known for throwing up websites for every product they sell and marketing the supplements as the next huge breakthrough, but the formulas are not always the best.
List of Ingredients
Calcium, Milk Protein Concentrate, Fructose, Canola Oil, Stearic Acid, French Vanilla Flavor, Chocolate Flavor, Strawberry Flavor and Magnesium Stearate.
Users must take FluidJoint for 14 days before the formula starts reducing joint inflammation. This is the average time joint supplements take to start working. According to information on one arthritis website, the formula is proven with clinical research (listed in the product description are details of where the research was published.) We love clinically proven ingredients and supplements.
There are no ingredients in FluidJoint for the average dieter unless said dieter is suffering from painful joints. The active ingredient is a micronized protein that works as an anti-inflammatory. This supplement could reduce pain between workouts with regular use.
- Clinical proven to reduce joint pain and inflammation.
- May help dieters with joint pain workout more often.
- Available for sale online.
- Supported by several arthritis websites.
- Does not contain any dangerous ingredients.
- May not work for everyone.
- Does not contain well-known glucosamine and chondroitin.
- May cost more than other sources of micronized protein.
We are left wondering, what is the different between this supplement and other forms of micronized protein? Micronized protein is available as a protein shake. If that is all people need to consume to reduce joint pain, there should be a huge announcement and push that is bound to affect millions of people. We doubt this product is going to work for everyone, but there are other options and the ingredients in this formula are generally considered safe with no negative side effects. The product comes in chewable and caplet form. Chewables may have a protein after taste.