You can both treat and prevent

joint problems with this new

collagen product

If you are a chicken eater and have often

thought to yourself, that you throw too many

grams of carcasses in the trash, which could

otherwise be used as food, then there might

be a glimmer of hope.

A company has come up with the idea to

use the chicken’s collagen for human-appropriate

food, so we can maintain healthier

cartilage for longer.

And yes, this is not just an article for people

with old worn down knees, but to a greater

extend an opportunity to play your favourite

sport every day of the week and maybe even

for the rest of your life.




Given reasons, which we do not fully understand, are there

families that develop osteoarthritis easier and to a greater

extent than others. They appear to live healthy lives with

adequate amounts of exercise, they don’t have jobs where

unilateral movement patterns create poor elbows, wrists,

hips, or knees, and there are no apparent outward signs

that their body should have any difficulty forming enough

cartilage, which is necessary in all our true joints and not

just the joints which are mentioned most frequently, like

our hips and knees. We have two types of joints, the true

joints and the false joints, and it is with the true joints that

problems can arise with the joint fluid, which for different

reasons can be challenged and cause the formation of

cartilage, for instance in the knee, to come under pressure.

This can cause cracks or simple wear and tear, leading to

osteoarthritis. With rheumatoid arthritis, which is a completely

different kind of disease, is it also the joint fluid that

is under pressure, but here is it the immune system, which

is acting undesirably. Research suggests that Moveflex can

make a difference for both types of joint afflictions.

Aiding the body’s own production opportunities to

maintain healthy joints, will always be more optimal than

adding the wanted components by injecting them directly

into a joint.

Recent studies seem to indicate that a solution has been

found, that by using very small tablets (measured against

the size of other tablets used when treating the cartilage)

can stimulate the intestine’s immune system, the so-called

Peyer’s patches, to create a chain reaction in the body.

When Moveflex enters the small intestine and passes by

the small aggregated lymphoid nodules, which are present

all the way down the lower intestine and with the “headquarters”

around the appendix, will the lymphoid tissue

screen our food – our dietary supplements – and all kinds

of non-food – for what might benefit the body and thereby

let it be absorbed by the intestine, into the bloodstream.

If we look specifically at Moveflex, researchers have seen

that a relatively small amount of undenatured type 2 collagen

is accepted by the body and in transit will one of

the body’s large immune systems, the T-cells, be activated.

When the collagen meets the T-cells, will the TRAG-cells be

signaled, which will activate the next part of the chain reaction,

where an array of different inflammatory prohibiting

cytokines will be activated, such as TGA-beta, interleukin

(IL-4) and (IL-10). Now we are almost at the finish line,

because it’s these immune components, which can prevent

the joint fluid from being pressured or strained and thereby

create poor conditions for cartilage formation in the true


That the process is at all possible with such a small dosage

of collagen, is due to a method where you avoid that

the stomach acid gets a chance to brake down the collagen

on it’s way through the digestive system.

Research on ordinary people with knee pain

A clinical study published in 2013 showed, that the

group of participants, who were given the active substance,

had a significant improvement in their knee

mobility, compared to the placebo group. All 55 participants

had been divided into two groups by drawing

of lots and neither the doctor that administrated

the capsules, nor the participants knew what the results

were until the 120 days of the experiment had

passed. It wasn’t just the ability to move the knee

more freely, which was measured, there was also

measured a higher endurance, where it for instance

took a considerably longer time, before knee pains

arose, when the participants, under controlled conditions,

used a step-machine to mimic walking on stairs.


love to hear from you, when you gain some experience

with the product, and we look forward to seeing more

research done on the collagen product.

Source: Undenatured type II collagen (UC-II®) for joint support: a randomized,

double-blind, placebo-controlled study in healthy volunteers

James P Lugo, Zainulabedin M Saiyed, Francis C Lau, Jhanna Pamela L

Molina, Michael N Pakdaman, Arya Nick Shamie and Jay K Udani)

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