My name is Maria I. Evans. I am 61 years old and have been physically active all of my life. I am a busy executive in the finance industry and 7th degree Black Belt who trained almost daily until I developed Arthritis about 18 months ago. The condition progressively worsened to the point that I could barely get out of bed. My doctor prescribed Tylenol and then an anti inflammatory drug that allowed me to be functional but the pain was still there and limited my ability to work out. The discussion with my doctor was about managing the pain as there seem to be no cure for the condition.
I heard about FlexMyJoints by ArthoNutrition at a conference. The properties of the supplement as a super antioxidant and its ability to help with the auto immune response in the body prompted me to approach the company to see if I could take it for my arthritic condition.
There was little effect after 10 days. At the 20 day mark my pain levels dropped by 75% and I was able to reduce my reliance on the anti inflammatory medication to every third or fourth day instead of every day.
The result after 30 days has been outstanding. My pain level has been reduced by over 90% without taking any anti inflammatory drugs. The days that I do feel discomfort is when it rains, but I do not have to take anything, I am just aware of tightness but no pain.
I now plan to continue to take a maintenance dose in order to maintain my health
at this level. It is great to be able to work out with the young people again and
not have to make the excuse that I am getting old. It is particularly important
to me because I intend to teach as long as I am physically able.
My name is Bill Donohoo. I am 66 years old. Last summer I began having stiffness and pain in my left knee. I like to exercise on the treadmill, and I found when I ran on the treadmill my left leg would really hurt a couple of hours after I had finished. Over time the leg became stiff and painful to bend. I went to the orthopedist and was told that I had arthritis. I received a cortisone injection for it, and within two days I had full use of the leg.
The doctor advises me to walk only. He said the running was too jarring on my knee. Referring to the arthritis he also said, “You’ll be back”, indicating that within a few months the stiffness and pain would return. I expected that would be true within about 4 to 6 months. Indeed the pain did start to return when I walked normally and was more noticeable when I power walked on the treadmill.
In February I was introduced to FlexMyJoints. Within a week to ten days my joint pain had gone away and has not returned. I can power walk up to forty minutes and have no effects on the knee. I intend to keep taking FlexMyJoints.