Glucosamine is a natural substance that occurs in almost all tissues of the body. It is a building material of cartilage. A joint is formed by two bones whose ends are covered with cartilage. This cartilage has a smooth surface and is elastic so that joints can move easily and absorb shocks. The thickness of the cartilage decreases with age. In many people, the cartilage is damaged and the smooth functioning of the joint is lost.
Scientists believe that with aging, the ability to manufacture glucosamine diminishes. This results in long periods where too little glucosamine is produced and too little cartilage is renewed.
Studies have proven that glucosamine can slow or stop the process of cartilage damage of the knee, hip, fingers, joints and intervertebral discs.
What are the causes?
There are many factors that can cause joint pain and degeneration such as:
Obesity - can contribute to damaged cartilage due to extra stress on the back, hips and knees.
Joint injuries from sports, work-related activities, or accidents - this may put you at higher risk of developing damaged joint cartilage.
Cartilage development disorder.
While joint pain and degeneration often accompany the aging process, studies have proven that it is not an inevitable part of aging.
When the cartilage breaks down, inflammation usually follows, which in turn can cause further cartilage damage, swelling and pain.
Full Motion is a food supplement with pure, high-quality glucosamine, obtained from lobster and shrimp. It is sulfite-free and easy to digest due to its hydrochloride form. Due to a unique 3D manufacturing technology, the tablets are quickly broken down and the nutrients are efficiently dissolved and distributed effectively throughout the body.
Full Motion contains a unique and exclusive blend of specially selected herbs that contain phytonutrients (nutrients from plants):
This herbal complex has been added to support the functioning of Glucosamine, because these herbs can contribute to the smooth movement of the body.
Full Motion also contains a mineral complex of zinc, silica and boron. It is a unique and exclusive blend of trace elements for good joint health and function. These trace elements also ensure the maintenance of healthy cartilage and are good for calcium balance.
Ingredients: Zinc, Glucosamine, Silica, Boron, White Willow, Boswelia, Bromelain
Other ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, croscarmellose sodium, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, magnesium stearate, triacetin and natural colorant.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Keep cool and dry. The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet.
Keep out of reach of children under 3 years of age.
Recommended dosage: 3 x 1 tablet per day before meals with a large glass of water, unless otherwise advised.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Question: If I am allergic to shellfish, can I still use Full Motion?
Answer: An allergic reaction to the protein in shellfish is normal. Glucosamine from Full Motion is derived from the shell and is so pure that there should be no problems with allergies.
Question: Can I take Full Motion with other supplements?
Answer: Absolutely! We recommend using the Full Motion in combination with the other NeoLife nutritional supplements.
Question: Can I take Full Motion with medication?
Answer: There are no known negative interactions associated with the ingredients in Full Motion and medications. However, as with all NeoLife's nutritional supplements, if you are under a doctor's care, we recommend that you consult with the doctor first.
Question: Both Full Motion and Formula IV Plus contain 100% of the Daily Value of Zinc. Am I taking too much Zinc if I am taking Full Motion and Formula IV Plus?
Answer: In general, a daily intake of 75mg of Zinc is safe for the vast majority of people. The total amount in Formula IV Plus and Full Motion together falls within a safe daily intake.
Question: Can diabetics use Full Motion without risk?
Answer: Absolutely! Diabetics can use Full Motion without worrying about how insulin affects blood sugar.