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Flexcin products contain unique formulations with the following ingredients
that work collectively to target specific joint health needs.

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Flexcin products contain unique formulations with the following ingredients that work collectively to target specific joint health needs.

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Flexcin products contain unique formulations with the following ingredients that work collectively to target specific joint health needs.

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Flexcin products contain unique formulations with the following ingredients that work collectively to target specific joint health needs.

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cm8 (cetyl-myristoleate)


CM8 is short for Cetyl Myristoleate, the most important of the Flexcin ingredients. Cetyl Myristoleate is the cetyl ester of myristoleic acid. CM8 has numerous biological functions, including working as an anti-inflammatory agent and a pain reliever.

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bromelain


Since joint pain and impairment is often caused by inflammation, our formulas include multiple ingredients with anti-inflammatory properties. Bromelain is one such ingredient and plays an important supporting role in the overall formulation.

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enzyme blend


The enzyme blend is a complex proteinaceous substance that induces and accelerates the reactions necessary for metabolism. Digestion is dependent on enzymes produced naturally in the body. Large molecules like CM8® (Cetyl Myristoleate) require more effort for the body to digest.


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MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane)


MSM is another important sulfur compound found in Flexcin. It has been specially formulated to increase the absorption rate of sulfur. This substance is a naturally occurring organic molecule found in the tissues of plants and animals.


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Hydrolyzed Collagen Type II


Hydrolyzed Collagen Type II is a revolutionary ingredient that provides the body with “tissue oriented food” for maximum nutritional support. The most common structural protein in the body is collagen and Hydrolyzed Collagen Type II is the ultimate collagen supplement


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Glucosamine


Glucosamine occurs naturally in the body and plays a key role in the construction of cartilage, the connective tissue that cushions the joints. Glucosamine stimulates the production of the key structural components of cartilage and the incorporation of sulfur into that cartilage.