Unhealthy joints affect every aspect of your life, making daily activities a challenge. Complēt-X provides the building blocks for your joints with glucosamine hydrochloride, chondroitin, and hyaluronic acid for healthy cartilage. Complēt-X helps restore function so you can enjoy life again.
A natural component of cartilage, is responsible for the water retention of the cartilage.
DHA and EPA, supports healthy skin, heart and brain.
Helps repair joints and prevent cartilage degeneration.
Rebuilds your joints
Glucosamine hydrochloride helps repair your joints. It’s a building block of cartilage.
Chondroitin is a natural structural component of cartilage which supports strength and elasticity. It draws water into connective tissues, keeping them lubricated and functioning properly so they don’t wear out.
Hyaluronic acid is part of healthy cartilage and synovial fluid, but is decreased in inflammatory conditions. Synovial fluid is a substance that coats the surface of the cartilage in your joints. It nourishes cartilage and acts as a lubricant, reducing friction.
Absorb what you ingest
Your body only uses what it absorbs. Our award-winning Omega Suspension Technology (OST) suspends the ingredients in healthy omega oils to protect the nutrients from losing potency, and enables your body to absorb more, giving you results you can feel.
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