Looking for the ultimate joint formula to provide the nutrients your body needs for cartilage regeneration? Then you have to try Baseline Nutritionals'® Triple Jointed™.
Optimum Cartilage Regeneration & Joint Health Supplement:
- Joint Formula to nutritionally support the growth of cartilage.
- May help slow down and reverse the immune system's attack on joints and cartilage.
- Nutritionally supports the reduction of joint inflammation.
- Lubricates joints and muscles.
- Contains Avocado Soy Unsaponifiables, Boswellin® PS*, & Undenatured Chicken Collagen.
- Alternative approach to glucosamine and chondroitin.
|Serving Size - Capsules||3|
|Container Size||90 capsules|
|Click on ingredients below for more information||Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|A proprietary blend of|
|CMO (Cetyl Myristoleate)||500mg||N/A*|
|ASU 30% Avocado Soy Unsaponifiables (non-GMO)||333mg||N/A*|
|Ginger Extract 5%||125mg||N/A*|
|UC-II® 25% undenatured chicken collagen ***
|Ionic Trace Minerals||35mg||N/A*|
|Silica, Stearic Acid, and Vegicaps (cellulose)|
* Daily value not established
This dietary supplement offers a five-pronged approach to systemically support your body's joints and provide nutritional support to help moderate the inflammation response.
- CMO (cetyl myristoleate) to help lubricate the joints.
- Avocado soy unsaponifiables to increase aggrecan levels and cartilage regeneration, thereby helping to repair and rebuild weight bearing joints.
- Boswellin® PS* to provide nutritional support to help moderate the inflammation response.
- UC-II chicken collagen to nutritionally support the body's immune system so that it is less inclined to attack joint cartilage.
- Ginger's nutritional support to help reduce pain and inflammation.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Triple Jointed™ Instructions
Take 3 capsules of Triple Jointed™ before bed on an empty stomach.
This dietary supplement can also be taken with food and at other times of the day but will be most effective if taken as instructed above. If you experience any discomfort, reduce to 1 capsule. Increase slowly.
Triple Jointed™ Frequently Asked Questions
Do you use magnesium stearate in any of your products?
We do not use magnesium stearate. We use vegetable sourced stearic acid. Some people claim they are identical. They are not. The simplest difference to understand is that magnesium stearate contains magnesium (Mg(C18H35O2)2). Vegetable stearate does not (C18H36O2). It is required as a flow agent whenever you send a powder with any tendency to stick through either a tableting or encapsulation machine. Otherwise the powder gums up the works and jams the equipment. Stearic acid is an essential saturated fatty acid that is found in all vegetable, seed, nut, and animal oils. Although stearic acid can be derived from several sources, including bovine, the most common source in better quality nutritional supplements is vegetable stearic acid primarily from coconut and palm oils. Incidentally, the amount of stearic acid in a typical tablet or capsule is much less than what you'll find in a salad with olive oil and vinegar dressing. (Olive oil is a source of stearic acid.)
I received my order of Triple Jointed™. I am very sensitive to many ingredients. Am I likely to experience any discomfort when I take this health supplement?
Side effects with Triple Jointed™ are extremely rare, but the ginger in the joint formula may cause mild heartburn. If needed, try building up by starting with one capsule, then two, then three. Also, if necessary, try taking capsules with a little food.
How long should I take the Triple Jointed™ before I notice results?
Some people notice results quickly, but in general, you need to give the formula 15-30 days to build up levels in the body.
Will the Triple Jointed™ help support joint injuries that are over 10 years old?
Yes, it may even help in some bone on bone situations.
I read that this health supplement, Triple Jointed™, helps support skin and teeth. Is this true?
That is correct. Studies have shown that the avocado soy extract may actually help combat periodontal issues.
I take Glucosamine, can I take this Triple Jointed™formula at the same time? Will these health supplements cancel each other out, or will I get too much joint support?
It works in a different way and will complement the effects of glucosamine and chondroitin.
Can Triple Jointed™ formula work for animals, specifically for a 58 pound Siberian Husky with arthritis in the back hips? I have tried other dietary supplements and Glucosamine formulas with negligible results after four months of being on them, so I decided that Triple Jointed™ is worth a try, but I need to know that it is safe.
Basic vitamins and minerals are fine, but in general, human supplements are not recommended for pets. Although there are no known problems in using Triple Jointed™ with pets, it has not been tested on animals and is not recommended at this time. Understand, animals are not people and can respond quite differently to foods and supplements. For example, chocolate can be toxic for dogs.
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Triple Jointed™ Ingredients
Below you will find a list and description of all of the ingredients featured in this health supplement.
Cetyl myristoleate (CMO) is the common name for cis-9-cetyl myristoleate. (a relative of the Omega-9 fatty acid found in olive oil.) It is a completely natural medium chain fatty acid found in certain animals, including cows, whales, beavers, and mice -- but not in people. CMO was discovered in 1972 by Harry W. Diehl, Ph.D., a researcher at the National Institutes of Health. At the time, Dr. Diehl was responsible for testing anti-inflammatory drugs on lab animals. In order for him to test the drugs, he first had to artificially induce arthritis in the animals by injecting a heat-killed bacterium called Freund's adjuvant health supplement. Dr. Diehl discovered that Swiss albino mice did not get arthritis after injection of Freund's adjuvant health supplement. Eventually, he was able to determine that cetyl myristoleate was the factor present naturally in mice that was responsible for this protection. When CMO was injected into various strains of rats, it offered the same protection against arthritis. There have been three notable studies on humans.
The first double blind study was conducted in 1997 under the auspices of the Joint European Hospital Studies Program. Of the 106 people who received cetyl myristoleate, 63% showed improvement VS just 15% for the 226 people in the placebo group.
In 2001, a study of 1814 arthritis patients found that over 87% of the subjects in the study had greater than 50% recovery and over 65% of those showed from 75% - 100% recovery following a sixteen day regimen. All types of arthritis were positively affected by CMO. Only those subjects with liver damage or digestive problems or those taking immune suppressing medications were not helped.
In 2002, a double blind study of 64 people with chronic knee pain, published in the Journal or Rheumatology, concluded that CMO provided a significant functional improvement in range of motion VS placebo. In fact, the study concluded that CMO "may be an alternative to the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for the treatment of osteoarthritis."
Several years ago, researchers from the University Hospital in Liege, Belgium reported in the August 2003 issue of The Journal of Rheumatology that an extract made from the oils found tightly bound to avocado and soybean fibers could significantly boost production of aggrecan, thereby helping slow down and even repair some of the damage caused by osteoarthritis -- in as little as nine days.
It should be noted that although eating avocado and soybean oil separately does indeed enhance aggrecan production (somewhat); it is only this special ASU extract (made up of one-third avocado and two-thirds soybean unsaponifiables) that restores aggrecan synthesis blocked by the inflammation-causing compound interleukin-1-beta. In addition, ASUs also reduced levels of several other inflammatory factors such as MMP-3 production. In other words, ASU health supplement is not the same as avocado and soy oil. It is specially extracted from the fiber of avocados and soy. The problem is that before extraction, the ASUs are so tightly bound to the fiber, that they are mostly unusable by the human body.
Aggrecan plays a crucial role in the functioning of articular cartilage (the cartilage found in joints), primarily working to maintain high levels of hydration in the cartilage – thereby keeping the cartilage healthy and functional.
Note: all ASU comes in a 30% concentration by weight. 50% of the blend is soy protein isolate -- which may present a problem for those allergic to soy protein. However, that works out to only 165 mg of soy protein in an average daily dose of Triple Jointed™.
Ginger has a long history of use in herbal medicine.
- Ginger root helps control temporary nausea, which makes it useful in morning sickness during pregnancy, as well as in intestinal activating and detoxing formulas, and in liver cleansing programs.
- Ginger root is also a strong COX 2 inhibitor.
- In the far east and India, ginger root is renowned for its aphrodisiac properties.
Boswellia serrata, the Indian version of frankincense, has been a staple of Ayurvedic medicine from time immemorial for its ability to manage inflammatory disorders. Positive effects of boswellia in some chronic inflammatory diseases including rheumatoid arthritis, bronchial asthma, osteoarthritis, ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease have been reported.1 Until recently, research on boswellia has focused almost exclusive on the boswellic acids, particularly AKBA (acetyl-11-keto-beta-boswellic acid) as the most active component in boswellia, and supplements such as 5-LOXIN® have looked to maximize that component. However, more current research has indicated that some of the water soluble polysaccharides in boswellia are also essential components in that they initiate and support the anti-inflammatory activity, whereas the lipid-soluble boswellic acids help to provide a sustained action. In fact, a particular boswellin polysaccharide extract known as Polysal has demonstrated a dose dependent anti-inflammatory potential, similar to the boswellic acids.
For the following reasons, Boswellin® PS now stands out as the boswellin ingredient of choice.
- It's 100% natural.
- It has enhanced AKBA content VS regular boswellin extracts - although less than 5-LOXIN®.
- But in addition to the active boswellic acids, Boswellin® PS contains Polysal, the exclusive water soluble polysaccharide components which contribute to an immediate anti-inflammatory action - perfectly complementing the more sustained action of AKBA. Polysal primarily consists of galactose, arabinose, D-glucuronic acid, and 4-o-methyl-glucuronoarabino-galactan.
1 Ammon HP. "Modulation of the immune system by boswellia serrata extracts and boswellic acids." Phytomedicine. 2010 Sep;17(11):862-7. Epub 2010 Aug 8. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20696559
UC-II is extracted from chicken sternum cartilage using a patented, low-temperature process that ensures the undenatured biological activity of the type II collagen even when exposed to digestive juices for 90 minutes or more. Undenatured collagen administered orally works with the immune system to promote healthy joints by a process called oral tolerization. This process helps the body differentiate between foreign invaders, such as bacteria, and elements that are good for the body, such as nutrients and cartilage. In the case of UC-II, small amounts (typically around 10 milligrams) taken orally have been shown to correct a faulty immune response specifically targeted at the type II collagen present in bone joint cartilage – in effect, modulating the body's immune response so it works correctly once again.
Most type II chicken collagen sold in dietary supplements is denatured, or hydrolyzed, which is another way of saying that the chemicals and high-heat used to process and refine it have changed its molecular configuration. This does not make it useless. Hydrolyzed type II chicken collagen still has great value as a source of some of the components of aggrecan including type II collagen itself, hyaluronic acid, chondrotin and glucosamine. However, one significant thing does change in the process of denaturing; when denatured, type II chicken collagen loses its immunomodulating ability. Type II collagen must be in its native (undenatured) form, such as UC-II to be effective in this capacity.
Ionic minerals are added to many health supplements to increase the bio-electric activity level of the ingredients in the formula and sustain their activity for a significantly longer period of time.
Ionic merely means that the minerals are broken down to their absolutely smallest form.
*The above statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This ingredient is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.