Joint Guard (by KAL) is a supplement that claims to promote tendon and bone health in order to improve the overall health of your joints, making a great treatment for the pains of arthritis. It alleviates the effects of injury or osteoarthritis. Read on to learn more about this supplement.
- ActiSorb Proprietary Blend (Bioperine [black pepper extract], cayenne extract, turmeric root extract,
- Ginger extract (including zingerones, shogaol, and gingerol
- Boswellia serrata
- Green shell mussel
- White Willow
- Bovine cartilage
- Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)
- Condroitin sulfate sodium
- Glucosamine HCI
- Boron amino acid chelate
- Zinc citrate
- Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol)
- Dietary fiber
rosemary leaf extract, ginger root extract).
Take 2 tablets each day with meals.
A 60-tablet bottle is $12.69, and a 120-capsule bottle (from Vitamin Shoppe) is $28.49, which saves $6.70 off the RRP.
Possible Side Effects
Joint Guard contains by-products of shellfish, so be cautious if you have an allergy to that ingredient. Aside from that, the only reason to exercise caution is if you are pregnant or nursing, at which point you should speak to your doctor.
The manufacturer does not offer a customer satisfaction guarantee with this product, so the best option is to get Joint Guard from Vitacost who offer a 60-day guarantee of their own.
As only domestic returns are accepted for this item, it means that the product may be difficult to trust from international customers. Furthermore, there are very few customer testimonials available to view, which makes it even harder to trust the product even for domestic customers.