My ProJoint Plus Review (For Osteoarthritis) – Why It’s My #1 Recommendation

My ProJoint Plus Review - The #1 Supplement For Joint Problems


It’s time for my Projoint Plus review, a supplement that I came across by chance – I received it as a gift.

But judging after its results – I believe it’s the #1 supplement for osteoarthritis and cartilage problems. 

Why? Because it has some major advantages over its competitors. 

So why exactly do I praise it so much? Let me tell you the hidden facts about this supplement.

Note: This review is based on my experience with this product. I am not trying to praise/criticize the product or its company, I am simply telling my opinion about it. 


So Let’s Get To The Review

Full Name: ProJoint Plus from Vita Balance

Quantity : 60 capsules

Best Actual Price: $29.95 but you it for about $19 per bottle (I will tell you below how I do that)

Cheapest Place To Buy:

Best For: Osteoarthritis, weak joints, cartilage problems – it’s one of the best supplements I tried:

  • It rebuilds cartilages
  • Improves pain and flexibility

If your pain is caused by inflammation, it’s not my #1 choice.

It’s not a very strong anti-inflammatory, so it won’t decrease your swelling that fast. This is what I recommend in this case.

Worth The Price?: Definitely. I recommend it because it doesn’t only treat the pain – as most supplements do:

  • It really strengthens the joints
  • Increases flexibility (a lot)
  • Rebuild damaged cartilages

So it’s the best choice on the long term.

The only con is that it’s pretty expensive – but I found a solution for this (see below).

My Rating: 9.70 / 10.00 (It’s one of the fewest supplements I’ve rated that high)

How To Pay $19 Instead Of $29

Here’s how I do it:

  • use my coupon code FIVE$61404893 to get 5% off
  • choose a larger package 
  • you will get one bottle for free + about $11 discount

If you make the calculations, that’s around $19 per bottle – the cheapest supplement with glucosamine sulfate.



What I Liked About It

  • Really good ingredients: 7 substances which I haven’t seen together before
  • Pretty high doses
  • Uses the strong form of glucosamine – the sulfate, which is more expensive
  • Works really fast (I could see a small change in less than a week)
  • Really improves the joints and strengthens them – more than other products I tried
  • The effect didn’t decrease after a while
  • The cheapest supplement that relieved my OA pain and improved my joints (there are 2 others that did this, but they cost around $50-$60 for the same quantity)


What I Didn’t Like About It

  • Pretty expensive (but you can get a better price – check my tip below)
  • One bottle only lasts 20 days – that’s what makes it expensive actually
  • Only sold on their official website
  • You can’t find many customer reviews in other places
  • Shipping isn’t included (about $5)
  • Plus, they don’t ship in every country worldwide


Why It’s My #1 Recommendation For Osteoarthritis:

After 10 years of fighting RA, I developed a complication in my right knee – a secondary OA.

My left knee also developed it after a while:

  • The pain wasn’t so bad as the lack of mobility
  • My cartilages started to wear off 
  • I had a harder time moving around

Well, I tried lots of supplements that promised to improve the shape of my affected knees. Some did work – but mostly in terms of pain.

My knees remained pretty inflexible.

The thing is – ProJoint Plus was one of the few products that REALLY did something: 

  • I started to feel a small improvement after several days
  • After 2 weeks my pain decreased a lot
  • My knee flexibility also improved after a while, which was my #1 goal

Now – there were several supplements that helped both my pain and flexibility.

But they were all over $40 (at least).

ProJoint Plus was by far the cheapest.

So instead of buying a $50 supplement every month, I think a $30 one is a much better choice.




#1 – My Experience With ProJoint Plus

My Background: As I mentioned before, I have RA and a secondary osteoarthritis in both of my knee. 

Now – I managed to keep my RA under control. But that wasn’t the case with my osteoarthritis:

  • The pain wasn’t awful
  • But lack of mobility was terrible – no supplement managed to help me with that

I came across ProJoint Plus randomly, after receiving it from an old friend.

She had given me another product from that company before, and it was the life saver for my RA pain.

But I also had OA – so it couldn’t help me completely.

So that’s why I decided to give ProJoint Plus a try. It seemed to have even better ingredients than my turmeric product, so I had was hoping it would work.

My ProJoint Plus Review (For Osteoarthritis) - Why It's My #1 Recommendation

Week 1: As with other supplements, I was expecting to notice a small improvement maybe after 1-2 weeks.

Well, I must confess that I was extremely surprised to see that after about 4 days, my pain wasn’t as sharp as before. What do I mean by that?

  • It didn’t ache continuously
  • I had periods when my knees hurt as usual
  • But sometimes the pain would get a bit better – for 30 minutes or more
  • My knees weren’t as stiff in the mornings as before
  • I could move them a bit easier with every day
  • If I sat down for a while, they wouldn’t feel that stiff when I got up

But if you have arthritis, you know these are real problems.

Week 2: The pain from my knees got even better – even though I didn’t increase the dose.

I was still taking 3 pills per day, in the same conditions, and I didn’t add anything to my diet. That was a really good sign for me.


#2 – One Month Results

Week 4: From what I remember, that’s when I got the peak for my pain relief.

My knees were now in a better shape, and I’m not talking only about the pain:

  • They also felt stronger
  • From what I felt, they were also better lubricated inside (not as stiff as they used to be)

In other words – exactly the kind of solution I needed.

I remember I tried to do a small rotation and I did it without being in pain.

That’s when I knew that this supplement was for real. 

Week 8: In the next month, things remained pretty much the same:

  • As long as I took the pills, my knee pain almost didn’t exist
  • I had periods when it would come up stronger
  • But that usually happened when I made a physical effort
  • The flexibility of my knees started getting better slowly

One of my biggest fears was that my body would start tolerating the pills – but this never happened. The relief remained the same as before even in the next months. 


#3 – My Final Results

Overall, I can say that ProJoint Plus has 2 additional benefits – compared to other products I tried:

  • it really strengthens the joints 
  • improves overall flexibility

My ProJoint Plus Review (For Osteoarthritis) - Why It's My #1 RecommendationNow – that’s what the label claims. 

But after using this supplement – I have to admit that it’s true. 

After 2 Months: At this point, I was getting even better.

  • My knees didn’t hurt as bad as before
  • I managed to stand for much longer
  • I started walking a few miles around my home, as much as I could

Now – don’t imagine I was feeling amazing. This supplement didn’t make miracles.

But compared to how I felt before – I was a lot better.

A few months before, I would avoid standing as much as possible. Now I could even walk for an hour.

Believe me, the difference was huge:

  • It wasn’t only the pain
  • it was also my knees that were much better in general
  • That’s why I believe my joints got much stronger from this supplement

It’s surely not a miracle maker, it’s not going to relieve your pain in 1 day. 

But it definitely helps a lot – it was the best supplement for osteoarthritis that I tried.




#4 – Ingredients (9.50 out of 10)

To be honest, ProJoint Plus’s list looks really promising:

  • My ProJoint Plus Review - Why It's My #1 Recommendation For OsteoarthritisGood combination of ingredients
  • High doses for most substances (unlike most supplements)

But let’s take them by turn. 

1.  Glucosamine Sulfate (1500 mg) – this is the best ingredient for OA:

  • rebuilds damaged cartilages
  • prevents additional tear 
  • improves mobility (on the long term)

The dose is higher than in most supplements.

Plus – it contains the most effective form of glucosamine (sulfate instead of hydrochloride).

2. Chondroitin Sulfate (150 mg) – is the 2nd essential ingredient:

  • works best when associated with glucosamine
  • also rebuilds and protects damaged cartilages 

3. Boswellia Extract (200 mg) – can decrease the inflammation associated with cartilage damage.

Now – Boswellia works best together with other anti-inflammatory herbs, like the next one.

4. Turmeric (150 mg) – it’s the best herb for inflammation: 

  • decreases the minor swelling
  • protects against further inflammation

Now – 150 mg isn’t a high dose normally. But for cartilage problems – it’s perfect (there’s just a minor inflammation).

5. MSM (25 mg) – we normally have this substance in our body, but its production decreases with age:

  • reduces joint swelling

Now – 25 mg may seem like a pretty low dose. But considering there’s also Turmeric and Boswellia, there’s no need for more.

6. Bromelain (25 mg) – it’s an enzyme great for OA, because it reduces the effects of this condition. 

7. Quercetin & Methionine (25 mg each) – are both natural antioxidants that fight the additional inflammation. 



The ingredients look really well overall:

  • All of them are classic substances
  • I never saw them in this combination

So if you ask me, that’s the secret behind ProJoint Plus’s effect.

Besides, it has the strong form of glucosamine – which you can’t find in most supplements. So honestly, this is one of the best ingredient lists I’ve seen for OA.



#5 – How It Works (10 out of 10)

The reason why this supplement is my #1 recommendation for OA is:

  • because of how it works

My real problem wasn’t the pain – it was the loss of flexibility in my knees.

90% of the products I tried couldn’t do anything about it. 

So that’s where ProJoint Plus is different – It didn’t only decrease my pain:

  1. It also improved my mobility
  2. It strengthened my knees a lot
  3. And that only happened in more than a month

My ProJoint Plus Review (For Osteoarthritis) - Why It's My #1 Recommendation

Now – here’s what the label claims:

  • Improves the mobility of your joints
  • Lubricates and nourishes the cartilages
  • Increases the nutrients necessary for joint health

Now, how do I know if that’s true or not? Only by trying it out – which I did. 

I can’t tell if it really nourishes the joints – because I can’t feel or see that. But it did improve their flexibility, that’s for sure.

Even from the first week with these pills, I noticed a difference:

  • My knees were easier to move
  • I could take bigger steps (with an inch maybe)
  • I had the feeling that they were stronger than before

After several weeks, things got even better.

So to be honest – this product really did something. It didn’t just claim to do something – it really was effective.


#6 – What Other People Say (9 out of 10)

There was one reason why I didn’t expect anything from ProJoint Plus:

  • its lack of popularity

My ProJoint Plus Review For Osteoarthritis - Why It's My #1 Recommended SupplementIf a product is effective and it works so well – it’s pretty obvious that everyone will use it, right?

Well, in the US almost no one knows about this supplement. Why?:

  1. There are thousands of products at this point
  2. Many people only try famous brands
  3. It’s not promoted by Amazon or any big retailer

I believe very few people heard about ProJoint Plus – and from those who did, even fewer tried it. 

However, among those who did, I found more than 80% positive reviews. 

But what’s interesting is that I found most of these reviews on the official website.

Now, I usually don’t listen to those reviews – because most of the times, they’re 100% fake.

So how can you tell if a website has fake or real customer reviews? Well, it’s simple:

  1. Do they let you write your own review?
  2. Can you verify your purchase?
  3. Do they ask you for a feedback by email or by anything?

Most don’t – as they only display their own ones. That’s what makes me believe they’re fake. However:

  • ProJoint Plus’ website allows you write your own review
  • But you have to verify your purchase first (you have to add your order number)
  • So it’s similar to how Amazon does with reviews

That’s why I’m pretty sure the reviews from their website are authentic.

And one more thing – I received many comments from people trying this product, and most were satisfied. (You can see them below my post.)


3 Reasons Why It’s Better Than The Rest

#1- Glucosamine Sulfate

Most supplements use the weak form of glucosamine (the HCl) – mainly because it’s cheaper.

However, studies proved it doesn’t have any real benefits for joint pain:

  • It’s the sulfur that rebuilds cartilages
  • You only have sulfur in glucosamine sulfate

So ProJoint Plus is one of the few products with glucosamine sulfate, not hydrochloride. That’s essential to me – because I never had great results from the HCl form.

#2 – Also Improves Mobility

I know a lot of glucosamine supplements that decreased my OA pain. 

But most of them can’t improve my joint flexibility and mobility – usually because of their ingredients. 

And that’s where ProJoint Plus is much better:

  • It didn’t improve my flexibility overnight
  • BUT it did improve it in a few months

#3 – Cheaper

I know ProJoint Plus isn’t very cheap. But compared to others – it’s not that expensive:

  • Most of the quality supplements cost around $45-$50
  • ProJoint Plus costs around $29 (but you can get it even cheaper -$19)

So this supplement is the cheapest option that I found at this point –  that’s a major reason why I recommend it.



My Verdict –  It’s The Best Thing For OA

How did I reach this conclusion?:

  • One of the few products that improved both my pain and my flexibility
  • One of the few products with glucosamine sulfate (the strong form)
  • It’s the cheapest supplement of this type

Believe me – I checked out a lot of sellers, and I couldn’t find any cheaper supplement that meets this criteria.

And I saw ProJoint Plus’s effect myself and that’s why I recommend it.

I know it’s not very cheap – but compared to others, it’s a lot cheaper.

When it comes to me, it’s what I choose over and over again – because I saw its benefits, even on the long term.

So in my opinion, it’s really worth buying for people with OA or cartilage problems.

And since I’ve been recommending it, I didn’t have anyone complaining back to me. So I think this can speak for itself.




Heather Pharm.D.

Heather Tracy Foley is a Pharmacy graduate, Blogger and Author with a vast experience in health sciences. She has a particular interest in joint pain and rheumatology and spent several years studying health problems. You can find her on Pinterest or via email.

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63 Responses

  1. Hello Heather,
    I would like to try ProJoint Plus, as I have tried others without much effect,
    including Instaflex and Joint Performance Plus, my last.
    I am a 79 yo male, and have RA, not OA, and acc. to my specialist, no cartilage left in
    my right knee.
    So there is almost always pain, sometimes very bad, very little flexibility, and the specialist
    recommends replacement which I do not like.
    If ProJoint Plus gives me more relief than either of the above 2, I would love that.

  2. Heather says:

    Hi Rolf. From what you’re telling me, your RA has already reached a severe level and it’s going to be hard to treat it with supplements alone. But I will try to give you a possible solution.

    So in RA, the first thing you need to treat is inflammation. That’s the #1 problem because it’s causing all the additional damage. Now, NSAIDs can do that easily, but they have terrible side effects on the long term. As RA is a chronic condition, you will definitely have to take them on the long term. So what I recommend instead are natural anti-inflammatory, based on turmeric. Of all the herbs I tried, turmeric has the strongest effect.

    However, a lot of supplements take advantage of the fact that people don’t know much about this herb and they put low doses inside or bad quality ingredients. That’s why not all turmeric supplements work. In fact, most of the ones I tried didn’t change anything in my pain. So I will recommend you the product I take constantly for about 2 years. I trust its quality because I’ve seen it work for real.

    So if you hadn’t told me about your cartilage problems, I would have only recommended you that. That’s my #1 supplement for RA.

    However, you also need something that will rebuild or at least protect your left cartilage. That’s what ProJoint Plus does, even though I haven’t tested it out for such a severe problem. I simply had damaged cartilages but they weren’t destroyed completely. So for this, it really helped.

    Therefore, here’s what I recommend you. Take the turmeric pills together with ProJoint Plus, but start with 2 pills of ProJoint Plus instead of 3. Do this for about 1 week and see how your body reacts to it. Then you can add one more pill, so that would be 3 pills of ProJoint Plus per day. This is a way to make your body tolerate the pills better, because you’re also taking the turmeric ones.

    So I’m trying to avoid you to take lots of pills out of the sudden.

    I have no idea if this treatment scheme works because I haven’t tried this combination. But you can ask your doctor if you want o be sure. Anyway, I don’t think it could possibly harm you in any way, but it definitely could help you. So that’s why I believe it’s worth trying out. Please let me know what you decide and how things go.

  3. Ana says:

    Hi! I was wondering if this would help tendinitis? Also could you take this along with their turmeric plus?

  4. Heather says:

    Hi Ana. This thing isn’t going to do much for tendinitis because it doesn’t focus on treating the inflammation. Inflammation is the cause of tendinitis, so I would recommend you the same thing I recommend for RA.

    If you have an easy form of tendinitis, it may go away on its own if you stay away from any physical activity. You can also use NSAIDs, but only for a short while (they can give you stomach problems).

    But I assume your form isn’t that mild, so I recommend you a natural anti-inflammatory because it will decrease the inflammation, relieve your pain but also treat the cause of your tendinitis. So I recommend you the product I use for my RA, but it also works for any kind of inflammatory joint problem.

    Hope this helps.

  5. Niesl Larssen says:

    Totally recommend this supplement. I bought it after reading this post, because I have severe osteoarthritis in my left knee ad the pain is terrible. I can hardly walk at times. After trying out this thing 3 weeks, it feels much better now. I hope it will get even better in the future. Thanks for advise!

  6. Heather says:

    Hello Niesl, so great to hear this. Please let me know if you pain goes away completely with these pills 🙂

  7. Mohamed says:

    Hi. I have had a knee injury a few years back and it was so bad that I couldn’t even walk properly. Even getting in the car was really terrible because I would have to lift my leg and the pain was so deep. I was told surgery was the only solution, but then I started trying out different products.

    I had best results with glucosamine, but I noticed not all the stuff I took was helpful. I’m not sure, but I read about the sulfate being better than the others. So that’s why I’m saying, I think products with glucosamine sulfate were better for my knee (not sure if it’s a coincidence or not, but I don’t think it is).

    I tried ProJoint Plus and it was one of the supplements I kind of liked. My knee pain felt much better after just a few pills. The only problem is that it’s a bit expensive, but overall I consider it was worth the money. I bought the 3+1 bottles, so that was a better deal than the regular bottle. So I was satisfied with it, it really worked, I can’t complain about that.

    Thanks for the review, I wish I had found it before ordering this supplement. You would have given me a great idea about what to expect from it. But either way, I’m glad I tried it and glad I found your review. I agree with you, it’s a great product. Thanks for all the details about it, I really learned a lot about OA today.

  8. Heather says:

    Hello there. I’m glad you enjoyed my review, I tried to give a through view about this supplement. I’m a fan of it, because it was really helpful, but I tried to give an honest opinion about it. I hope I managed that.

    It’s great to hear your knee pain is much better now. I totally agree with you about ProJoint Plus being too expensive, but I haven’t found a cheaper alternative. I tried some other products with similar ingredients, but I don’t know why, they didn’t relieve my pain as good as this one. So my advice is to buy the 4 bottle pack, just like you said. That’s a lot cheaper overall, and you get a free bottle.

    Obviously, that’s only if you afford it. If you only want to try it out, I think buying only one bottle would be better. I’m also offering a 10% discount code at this point (they have a 10% off offer right now, usually they only have a 5% one) so maybe that could help eventual buyers.

    Thanks for reading my review.

  9. Nancy Quarella says:

    I have moderate OA in my spine, and severe in my hands. Have tried Super Joint Support in conjunction with Heal and Soothe, and I don’t know if it”s helped or not! Two reasons 1) I started in the spring, and maybe it was the warm weather coming back that helped me feel less pain 2) I don’t remember to take all those pills regularly, so maybe I would be doing better with it if I did. Actually, there is a problem # 3) It”s an awful lot of money
    You talk specifically about knee pain here, what about pain in hands and back, I would assume these ingredients will help all joints?
    I’m considering trying Pro Joint Plus, I like the idea that it’s lower cost and fewer pills. Just making sure that there’s a possibility it will help me. Also, if I decide to order, I would like to have the 10% off code, please!

  10. Heather says:

    Hello Nancy. First of all, I have OA in my knees, so that’s why I’m talking about knee pain. But whether it’s in the knees, hands or spine, it should respond to the proper treatment. So the supplements I’m reviewing aren’t only for knee pain, but for any kind of OA.

    Getting to your questions, I’m not a fan of Heal n Soothe, I didn’t have great results with it. But the herbs it contains are rather anti-inflammatory, which isn’t what you really need. Inflammation isn’t a major problem in OA. There is indeed some, but it’s not the main problem. So I don’t think Herb and Soothe helped you much anyway.

    Regarding Super Joint Support, I have a better experience with it. It has pretty good ingredients, but as you said, it’s terrible that you need to take about 6 pills per day. Also, it costs way too much to buy it monthly (in my opinion).

    I like ProJoint Plus because it’s the cheapest supplement that improved my knees. I kind of recommend it because it didn’t only decrease my pain (which wasn’t impossible to bear), but because it improved my knee mobility, flexibility and shape overall. It’s still not a very cheap supplement, in my opinion. But compared to the ones you mentioned, it’s a lot cheaper and more comfortable to take.

    So judging after what you told me, I think it should help you more than the other 2. But make sure you take it constantly, because that’s essential.

    Now regarding the discounts. I used to offer a 10% discount code until a few days ago, because someone wrote me that it wasn’t valid anymore. That person tried to make a purchase and was told that the code was expired. I also checked and it seemed that it had expired meanwhile. The code was FLASH10, you can try if you want, but I doubt it would work. However, I also had a 25% off coupon code some time ago (which I also think that expired in the meantime). It’s VTA25, you can try it if you want and maybe you’re lucky. But as far as I know, it’s not valid anymore. So the only code I have left is this 5% one, which I’m glad to offer.

    Hope this helps. If you decide to get ProJoint Plus, please let me know how it helps.

  11. Gary A. Hurd says:

    Dear Heather: Thank you SO much for all this! I’m 71, and, in spite of my -terrible- arthritis, I need to stay in in top shape, to return, hopefully to work PT as a Locomotive Engineer, since the last ‘regime’ wrecked our retirement! I’m also a PT Horse-Mounted Officer. Though my ‘super horse’ does everything/goes anywhere he can possibly fit, I’m always concerned if I should have to pursue a ‘bad dreamer’ on foot. For at least 30 years I’ve tried literally “everything under the sun”; w/ most-all of it failing me. Very important to insist on USA/Western Nation compounds, or Pacific folks like the Japanese, who are sticklers for purity/quality. Been to some of these places. Going to read some more, yet probably will give ProJoint Plus a whirl! Cheers!

  12. Heather says:

    Hi Gary. Yeah, I know what you’re saying, it’s hard to do your job normally when you have arthritis. I agree about purity – organic ingredients can really make a difference. But it’s hard to find the products that really have organic ingredients – because they all claim they do.

    You didn’t mention what kind of arthritis you have – but it’s probably OA. Yeah, I think ProJoint Plus should help you because it contains some really good stuff for OA. No matter if you choose this product or another one, make sure it has the following:
    – glucosamine sulfate (not HCl) – at least 1000 mg
    – chondoritin
    – MSM
    – some anti-inflammatory herbs like Turmeric and Boswellia (they don’t need to be in a high quantity)

    In my opinion, that’s the best combination for OA – it rebuilds the cartilages and also keeps the minor inflammation under control. So it should definitely help the pain.

  13. Marilyn Glasser says:

    Hi Heather: A few questions: 74 yo and was walking between 5 and 10 miles a day. Now cannot. I just started hyaluronic shots for my right knee, multiple meniscus tears, bursitis, osteoarthritis, and been getting major swelling in back of knee that cripples me for days, then gets better, then when I start a form of exercise, tend to have severe pain and swelling again. Given the cost of the meds you have found effective that I believe will be most advantageous for me, should I start with Projoint or Turmeric/Curcumin, or need both? One seems to be better for the inflammation but the other seems to rebuild cartilage and strengthen the knee overall. The orthopedist I am seeing recommended Curcumin/Tumeric, and the following: Omega-6. Unsaponifiable (ASU), ginger, celery seed, MSM, Capsium, Vits AC,K,E, Rosehip, Selenium.
    Already taken fish oil, green tea and vitamin d, also on the list was given. Welcome any and all good information you can provide. Thank you.

  14. Heather says:

    Hi Marilyn, so you seem to be having both inflammation and cartilage problems.

    Let me ask you – you can’t walk anymore because of the knee problems or because of your back pain? From what I believe, it’s because of your knees. Now – are they in pain as well or they’re only very weak?

    I think the #1 problem you need to solve is the one from your knees. As you said you have OA, you probably have some cartilage damage. So I would recommend you ProJoint Plus for that, it contains the ingredients that your knees should need.

    Now – besides the substances that re-build cartilages and strengthen knees, ProJoint also contains turmeric and MSM, which are good for inflammation. However, there’s one problem – their doses are enough for someone who only has OA. But for someone who suffers from other inflammatory problems, it’s not.

    You mentioned you also have bursitis and inflammation in your back. ProJoint Plus is not going to do much for these problems, because its anti-inflammatory have low doses overall.

    So here’s what I would recommend you: start only with ProJoint Plus. I believe you shouldn’t buy Turmeric Plus as well = until you get some real benefits from ProJoint first. In the meantime, follow the treatment your doctor recommended you.

    Celery, Omega 6, MSM, Capsium – they all help inflammation more or less.

    Now – I don’t know what kind of turmeric he advised you to take, but you could start with some organic powder. You can find lots of brands on Amazon, and they’re pretty cheap. Now – the powder isn’t very strong because it doesn’t contain the extract. But you can start with it and see if it helps you. If it doesn’t, then you can move on to a supplement (besides ProJoint, which you should continue). But you can write me anytime if you need any advice.

    I’m giving you this recommendation to prevent you from taking so many supplements together. They won’t hurt, but it’s always better to protect your liver from taking 10 pills per day. You also have the treatment from your doctor, that’s why I’m saying this.

    So this should help, Marilyn. Please get back to me anytime you need some advice 🙂

    PS: I’m pretty curious how those shots with hyaluronic acid work for you. I heard a lot of things about it, but I never really tried it.

  15. Janette Biagi - Barroca says:

    XMAS 10% discount ???

  16. Heather says:

    Hi, I just checked and they have a 10% off offer right now, for 3 days. I wasn’t aware of it, I apologize.
    But it’s only available till Wednesday. I hope this clarifies it.

  17. Doreen Roberts-James says:

    I live in the UK and and many times the companies I’ve tried to order from do not ship to the UK.
    After listening to all the video etc, then to decide to buy and go to checkout to find it won’t ship here.
    So frustrating, as I have found various products that may have been helpful.
    I particularly would have liked to buy the Pro Joint. Plus as I have taken Super Joint Support in the past, but agree it’s expensive. Also the products we get here go through import duty tax and this makes it even more expensive. On one product the tax was half as much as the product cost.
    I looked at the shipping details on Pro J. S. and found they shipped to unusual countries yet not to mine!
    Is there anyway I could get some bottles of this product that you can recommend please. I really am in need of something that works.

  18. Heather says:

    Hi Doreen, I totally understand your frustration. I know that lots of products sent outside the US end up costing almost double, because of those import taxes you mentioned.

    I checked ProJoint Plus and where exactly it can be shipped within Europe and you’re right – they do ship it to Serbia, Iceland and Switzerland but that’s it. There’s no UK, which is really weird.

    I wrote to the company and they told me there’s no solution, because they have no contract with any shipping company for UK. So I couldn’t convince them to ship it to UK, not even as an exception…

    So there’s nothing I can do to help you get ProJoint Plus, I really apologize. It’s simply not up to me unfortunately.

    The only thing I can recommend you is to find a product from your country with similar ingredients as ProJoint Plus:
    – around 1500 mg glucosamine SULFATE
    – anything above 100 mg chondroitin
    MSM + Turmeric/Boswellia (doses don’t matter too much here)

    These are the essential ingredients from ProJoint Plus. So you should check Amazon or any other large shop you have there in UK and find a product that has more or less these ingredients. I doubt you will find something identical, but something similar should help you.

    Now – I can’t guarantee for any product. Some may have similar stuff inside and still not work as well as ProJoint Plus worked for me. It depends of your body and of the quality of the product’s ingredients.

    But for now, I think this is the best solution.

    I will keep an eye on ProJoint Plus’ website and see if they add some more countries to their shipping areas in the meantime. Hopefully they do. Until then, this was all I could recommend you. Hope it helps.

  19. Ellis says:

    It did not help! I took it for 2 weeks and zero improvement. It may be cheap but what’s the point if it doesn’t work? Really disappointed to see it helped so many people and for me there’s no change.

  20. Heather says:

    Hi Ellis, I’m really sorry to hear this. I advise you to finish the whole bottle – there’s nothing to lose, even if it doesn’t work until the end. For me it worked in less than a week, but it depends a lot from person to person with every supplement. 2 weeks isn’t a huge period – it might help in the end.

    Do you have osteoarthritis or cartilage problems? That’s why it ProJoint Plus works best for. Obviously, it’s not going to work the same for all, but I’m really sorry you can’t feel any change. Please let me know if anything changed when you finish the bottles you have. If not, I have some others products that helped me here. Most are more expensive, but if you afford paying more, maybe they can help better than ProJoint Plus.

  21. David DeGraw says:

    Hi Heather,
    I have OA in my left hip. The doctor has recommended a hip replacement surgery because my cartilage has worn away. Will Pro Joint help.

  22. Heather says:

    Hey David. Is all of your hip cartilage worn away? I would normally advise you to try ProJoint Plus, but if you have no cartilage left, I’m not so sure it’s going to be successful. It may work or it may not. But if you decide to try it, you should wait at least one month before you expect any changes and continue to take it in the meantime.

    Now, in case you still have some cartilage left in your hip, there are higher chances that it helps. So I really advise you to try it in this situation.
    Either way, let me know what you decide.

  23. Susie says:

    Heather, if you want a cheaper way to similar ingredients, go to your closest farm supply and purchase a product designed to rebuild joints damaged by arthritis in race horses. “Follow the dollar, which loses the most $, man or horse!” It’s made in the same company as your human supplement, with the same equipment and sells by the pound. Figure the dose by weight, usually about a teaspoon a day for average.

  24. Heather says:

    Hi Susie, thanks for your suggestion but I would never try an animal supplement, whether it’s for joint pain or anything else. Especially if it’s only designed for animals (horses or whatsoever).

    It’s extremely dangerous, because some substances that are okay for animals are dangerous for humans and the opposite. Yes, I have heard people giving glucosamine supplements to their dogs or horses – and that’s fine, since glucosamine is a substance that also works for animals.

    But taking a pill designed for animals is absolutely unacceptable, Susie. I don’t know if you did it or not, but I would surely not recommend this to anyone. No matter how cheap or inexpensive it was!

    Don’t play with your life for the sake of a few extra dollars, people!

    Only use pills and supplements that are designed for humans.

  25. Patricia says:

    Hi Heather,
    I have arthritis in most of my body, osteoarthritis in my right hip. Now my left hip is giving me problems. Difficult to walk. I also have burning pains and stiffness in my wrists and hands. Would ProJoint Plus help me? My knees so far have not been hurting. Knock on wood! Thank you!!!

  26. Heather says:

    Hi Patricia. Yes, I think ProJoint Plus is the right choice in your case. I would recommend for any type of osteoarthritis, whether it’s in your hips, knees or hands.

    Now – you said can’t walk too well anymore. In my opinion, that’s also a cause of your osteoarthritis – because your joints lost flexibility. I used to have difficulty walking too (but the OA I had was mostly in my knees). So you probably have an even harder time walking, since it’s your hips that are affected.

    Well, I recommend the same thing for both cartilage rebuilding and loss of mobility. ProJoint Plus was one of the few products that also improved my flexibility, that’s why it’s my top pick.
    However, it’s probably going to take a while until you start getting more mobility – so you should take it regularly for at least 1 month.

    But besides this supplement, you can also try some additional things (I can’t call them treatments):

    – Use a hot bottle when your joints get really stiff. Heat will decrease your stiffness much faster.
    – Try to eat foods that are rich in antioxidants and consume less processed foods.
    – You can also find some other easy tips in this article about OA.

    Now – I don’t know what’s causing the burning pain from your hands and wrists (OA doesn’t always cause “burning” pain). But I think you could give turmeric a try.
    It’s a herb that helps mostly with inflammatory pain, but I’m not sure what kind of pain you have there. So it might also help you.

    ProJoint Plus also contains a low quantity of turmeric, which may or may not be enough.

    For this reason, you can get a pack of organic powder from any shop and add it to your foods, smoothies or anything. You can find more ways to use it here (this article is focused on knee pain, but it’s the same for any kind of pain).

    There are many turmeric supplements, but there’s no point taking it as pills (you probably don’t need a very high dose).

    So most importantly – try to use ProJoint Plus and add some turmeric to your diet. You should feel at least a small improvement in about 1 month.

    And please let me know how it goes and how you feel. If these things don’t work well enough, I will try to give you some other advice. Hope this helps.

  27. Chloe's mum says:

    You have recommended a similar product for dogs – Super Joint Enhancer (but I cannot order this from the UK). However, I would like to know if ProJoint Plus (for human) would be safe to give to dogs also? Thanks.

  28. Heather says:

    Hi there, I wouldn’t really recommend giving any human supplement to your dog.

    Now – ProJoint Plus is totally safe in terms of ingredients, because all its compounds are allowed to dogs. It also doesn’t have any sweeteners, which are a major problem for pets.

    However, the main reason why I don’t recommend it to dogs is because ProJoint Plus aren’t chewable pills. Dogs have a shorter digestive tract than us, so chews are made to absorb faster and easier. That’s why most dog supplements come as chews – not pills or tablets. The last ones aren’t absorbed too well in dogs, so they’re not that recommended.

    So ProJoint Plus might help your dog (in terms of ingredients), but it’s too risky, so I don’t recommend it. Actually – don’t use any human supplement for your dog.

    I know Super Joint Enhancer is not available in Europe, because the company has some problems with the policies. There’s a more expensive product called Phycox that also has some pretty good ingredients – and as far as I know, you can get it from UK websites as well. If you afford it, maybe you can get that one instead of Super Joint Enhancer.

    (I checked the market and you really can’t get Super Joint Enhancer from other websites. It’s only sold by Pet Meds because it’s their brand product.)

    So Phycox should mainly help your dog, even though I’m not sure what exactly it’s her problem.

    But please don’t give her a human supplement because it can harm her more than it helps her.

  29. Chloe's mum says:

    Thanks, Heather, for your reply – much appreciated it.

    My dog is a small 15 years old dog and has problems with her 2 front paws – one broken years ago (had an operation but did not fix problem) and the other had 4 operations for a sarcoma lump (skin cancer) more than 3 years ago. She limps from time to time, although can go for short walks. We think the limps may indicate she may be suffering from arthritis. In the past, I have bought dog joint supplement tablets for her (which contained glucosamine). I ground these to a fine powder and sprinkle over her food. She was OK with eating her food this way. So, I was thinking of open up a capsule of ProJointPlus and sprinkle over her food (a tiny amount). However, you said I should not give my dog any human supplement and I respect that.

    I have ordered ProJointPlus for myself – it was shipped from the US (Utah) via the post (taken just under 2 weeks). I have received them today and will try them for myself (as I have painful knees – they crack when I bend down). On the bottles, they said to take 3 capsules in one go before meal. But, I have read in your website when someone asked this question, you have recommended to spread them throughout the day – one before each meal?

  30. Hi there. I think it’s much better to space pills out throughout the day (unless you have a very busy schedule and you can’t do that). I recommend this way because you will get a constant dose throughout the day, instead of getting a very high dose out of the sudden. It’s better for your health – that’s why I advise people to space out supplements in general (not just ProJoint Plus).

    Also, to me it’s pretty hard to take 3 pills at once, even if they are gelatin pills. I get a bump in my chest for a long time, which I don’t really like (it’s the same even if I take the pills with a lot of water).

    But in terms of effect, I don’t think there’s any difference between taking all 3 together or taking the same dose separately. So you can basically do however it’s easier for you.

    Please let me know how ProJoint Plus works for you.

    And regarding your dog, she probably has arthritis – considering her age. But I stick to my opinion about giving her only dog supplements, it’s a lot more safer. Also, older dogs tend to be more sensitive to drugs/supplements (even in lower doses). So I think it’s even more dangerous for her. That’s why a dog supplement would be much better.

  31. Chloe's mum says:

    Thank you again, Heather, for your reply. All taken on board with much appreciation.
    Live well.

  32. Margaret says:

    Hi Heather, I came across your site researching Arthrozene. Your ProJoint Plus sounds like it could be useful but I have a shellfish allergy and have stayed away from glucosamine. Some places says it’s the ok since it’s made from the shells. What is your opinion? I have severe OA, specifically pseudogout. My knees are shot, and have been getting gel shots which make like bearable but still impossible to walk for long periods of time like I used to. Trying to delay both knee replacement as long as possible.

  33. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hi Margaret, I’m not very good at this topic because I never had any food allergy, so I just wasn’t too interested. I just checked ProJoint Plus’s ingredients and it seems like it contains shellfish – so it’s better to avoid it then.

    However, other supplements that are only made from shells should be safe – as far as I think. If you have OA, glucosamine is the best thing you can take because it can rebuild cartilages. So what you can do is to try a supplement that is shellfish free, but use a lower dose for the beginning. If it recommend taking 3 pills per day, take just 1. In case your’re also allergic to it, the allergy should be minor. You can also ask your doctor’s advice, but as far as I think – you should be fine with a product that is shellfish free.

    Here are the best products for OA that I know. They’re all based on glucosamine, so you can pick the one that fits your budget best. Just make sure to check the label and see if it’s shellfish free.

    Additional to pills/supplements, here are a few alternative tips that might help:

    1. Try to eat fresh foods – especially fibers, vegetables and fruits, antioxidants. They can help protect your joints on the long term.
    2. Whenever your knee feels shot and stiff, try applying a heating pad or a hot bottle. That should decrease the stiffness much faster.
    3. Prepare for a flare-ups when there’s a humid weather. Barometric pressure and climate influence your OA a lot.
    4. Apple cider vinegar combined with honey can also help.
    5. You can use turmeric externally to decrease your pain. Even though OA isn’t caused by inflammation (which turmeric works for), if you apply it on the painful spot – it can really help.
    6. CBD oil is also a great external remedy for pain.
    7. I have a longer guide on treating OA naturally – so you can find more tips and advice there.

    I really hope this helps. If there’s anything else you need, please let me know.

  34. Alex says:

    I am from India,, is projoint plus helps for OA, can it be used without Dr. prescription,, if so, how can I get it & interval dose in what no of days

  35. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hi Alex, as far as I know, they no longer ship to India. I know they used to, but it’s not available for shipping there anymore. But you can check on the official website, things might have changed in the meantime. ProJoint Plus is a supplement, so you can use it without a prescription. It’s recommended to ask your doctor, though, because he might offer additional recommendations.

    Regarding dosage – you need to take 3 pills per day, everyday. It’s a bit uncomfortable at first, but you will get used to it after a while.

    Just let me know if you manage to get it. If you don’t, here’s a list of some other supplements that work really good for OA. Hope this helps.

  36. Jim Simko says:

    Hello. ProJoint Plus, can you say if it helps making you sleep better?
    Thanks, Jim in Alaska

  37. Hi Jim, it doesn’t really improve sleep directly. Its ingredients have nothing to do with sleep, so I doubt it could help.

    The only benefit for sleep I can think of is if you have trouble sleeping because of arthritis pain. In this case, ProJoint Plus can help. It decreases the pain considerably – so if that’s what was keeping you awake, you should be able to sleep then. Hope this helps.

  38. Robert F Nash says:

    Have you “tested” Flexoplex. It shows up on many sites as the best
    rated joint supplement. What is your opinion

  39. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hi Robert. Yes, I’ve tried out FlexoPlex a while ago – you can read my full review here.

    Overall, it’s a pretty good supplement, it has similar ingredients to ProJoint Plus – but overall, the formula a bit inferior. Also, the regular price is higher (about $40 per bottle). So it’s not a bad product itself, but there are better choices for the money. That’s why I consider ProJoint Plus better.

    I know a lot of websites recommend FlexoPlex, but most of them are just promotional. If you take a close look, none of them actually says how the product works, whether they have tried it or not. They don’t even analyze the ingredients and their dosages (by comparison to other products on the market). So I personally prefer not to follow the advice of this kind of websites, if it’s clear they are just promotional.

    Hope this clarifies your concerns.

  40. Elizabeth says:

    Hello I wanted to know if you can take projointplus an turmericplus at the same time so all issues involved r being addressed?

  41. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hi Elizabeth. On paper, yes you can, there’s a very minor risk of interactions. But there’s an issue: you would need to take 5 pills per day (Projoint requires 3 and Turmeric Plus requires 2 per day) so that would be a bit uncomfortable. Plus, you might be taking some other drugs/supplements, which can add up. I personally try to avoid taking more than 10 pills per day simply because it’s uncomfortable.

    The only situation when I recommend taking both together is if you have both OA and RA (or other inflammatory problem). In this case, the effect is better with both – as each treats a different problem. So if that’s your case, I think they’re worth taking together.

    But if you only have one form of arthritis/joint pain, I don’t really recommend associating them just to get a better effect, because that won’t be the case (since each treats another problem). Plus the higher number of pills I mentioned before and a higher cost.

    So it’s basically up to the problem(s) you have. Hope this helps.

  42. Atef Zaidi says:

    Hello and thank you for your reviews, I’m 34 years old I have osteonecrosis (avascular necrosis) of the Femoral Head (both sides), could you please tell me if it’s possible to use the two supplements: ProJoint plus and Tumeric Plus to redus pain and inflammation, because I have terrible pain and reduce in motion, I don’t want to make hip replacement, is it safe for the kidney, thank you again

  43. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hi Atef, I’m sorry to hear about your issues at such a young age! Normally, I don’t recommend taking ProJoint Plus and Turmeric Plus together – but not because they might affect your kidneys, as this doesn’t happen with herbal/natural supplements. Instead, I usually recommend only one of them to help people save money and prevent them from taking many pills per day (it can be hard to remember taking them all).

    But your case seems to be more complicated, especially as you’re very young for this kind of problems. So in this case, my advice is try use them both (or at least some similar supplements): turmeric is the best herb for inflammation, so it will decrease the swelling around and inside your hip. As for ProJoint Plus, it’s based on glucosamine + chondroitin, which are the best ingredients against cartilage damage. So they are the top recommendation for people with hip damage. I read some positive reviews from people using glucosamine and chondroitin, some even said they had to cancel their hip replacement surgery because they were feeling a lot better so it wasn’t necessary.

    So I think both of these products could help you. If you don’t manage to find them (though you should), try to look for products with very similar formulas (turmeric powder, curcuminoides and bioperine for Turmeric supplements, and glucosamine sulfate, chondroitin, MSM and some anti-inflammatory herbs for ProJoint Plus). I really hope this helps you with pain and stiffness.

    Some other things you can try are drinking plenty of water and staying hydrated, using hot bottles for stiffness, avoiding humidity and rainy weather, as well as alcohol and fast foods. Massaging CBD oil on your painful hip can also help, but mostly on the short term. If you can’t find CBD oil, any essential oil would do.

    You can also find more tips about osteoarthritis in general here. I really hope this helps you and please keep me updated with how things go.

  44. norm says:

    does it work for ddd and neck arthritis?

  45. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hi Norm, normally it should work – at least if your arthritis is caused by cartilage damage (which is the most common cause). If you had an accident, injuries or you’re over 45 – that’s probably the main cause, so ProJoint Plus is suitable for your problem. In case you need more suggestions, here are other products I recommend for OA.

  46. jackie says:

    hi, heather, its been a month that i have been having pain in my shoulder, going down to my elbow an can’t hardly lift by arm. i went to EMR and the doctor took x-ray and said i have arthritis in my left arm. I’m am interest in buying this product called pro joint plus. the only thing is it has shellfish and i’m allergic to it. what do you reccommend.

  47. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hey Jackie, sorry to hear about your issues and allergy. Unfortunately, ProJoint Plus contains shellfish and most similar supplements do. I personally don’t have any allergy, so I’m not a specialist in supplements that are shellfish free. But I did a quick research and most of the supplements I usually recommend contain shellfish, so they’re clearly not right for you.

    My advice is to look for a supplement with glucosamine sulfate, chondroitin, MSM and turmeric/Boswellia/bromelain that is shellfish free. I don’t know if you’re on a fixed budget on not – but normally, you should be able to find some products that follow these 2 criteria (the ingredients I mentioned plus no shellfish). Just keep in mind that products that are shellfish free tend to be a bit more expensive than regular ones, so you might have to pay a few extra dollars.

    However, you can also try a topical product to cope with the pain. Creams aren’t usually my top recommendations, as they tend to mask the symptoms for a few hours and then the pain returns as bad as before. But until you find a suitable supplement for you, they could be a great solution.

    Plus – I can give you a few tips about the shoulder pain:

    – Try to apply a hot bottle whenever pain/stiffness strikes. This will help your arm remain mobile and easy to move, plus that the pain should go away faster.

    – Drink plenty of water to keep your joints hydrated. This should prevent additional pain flares.

    Avoid humidity as much as possible. Rainy and cold weather tends to worsen your pain, due to lower pressure.

    These extra tips and recommendations for OA might help a bit more. I’m not sure what kind of arthritis you have, but considering the details you gave me, I assume it’s osteoarthritis.

    In case there’s anything else you have to ask me, let me know anytime. I hope this helps.

  48. Joyce Boone says:

    Does this work for Baker’s cyst?

  49. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hey Joyce, yes – it should work for Baker’s cyst.

    This cyst is caused by a problem in your joint (usually knee) like osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis. So once you treat the actual cause behind, the cyst should also decrease in terms of inflammation and pain. I also recommend you to add some turmeric to your diet (but not as supplements, at least for now). Instead, you can either use it as a powder or as a topical reliever. This could help with the pain until ProJoint Plus starts working (it usually takes at least 1-2 months).

    Please let me know how it goes.

  50. Michael Hemmings says:

    Will this ProJoint Plus react with Simvastatin or Omeprazole

  51. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hi Michael! Normally, there shouldn’t be any interaction, as glucosamine and chondroitin are very safe to use and they rarely interact with any substances. And ProJoint Plus is based on glucosamine and chondroitin, so I would say it’s pretty safe. But even so, you should ask your doctor about it in your next appointment.

  52. Patricia Guidone says:

    will ths work on jpint pain in fingers in both hands ? I need to know this before I make the purchase!

  53. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hi Patricia. If you have osteoarthritis, it should work for your hand pain.

  54. Linds Boughton says:

    Hello Heather. I am so relieved to have read your review and recommendation. I live in Valencia, Spain and that country isn’t an option for delivery. I wonder how else I can get the product directly to Spain. Thank you for your assistance.

  55. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hi Linda. You’re right, ProJoint Plus isn’t available in Spain and in many European countries. So the only options you have left is either to go for a local product that has similar ingredients or buy one online, among those that ship in your country. Since doing this review, I found out about a product called Nuzena Joint Support +, which has the exact same ingredients and doses as ProJoint Plus. However, it does ship worldwide so your country is also on the list. In terms of price, it is indeed about $5-$10 pricier, but that’s quite insignificant, if you ask me. So I personally believe this would be the best option for you right now.

    If you decide to give it a try, here’s where you can find it:

    Hope this helps!

  56. Rhonda T. says:

    Would ProJoint Plus help neuropathy?

  57. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hey Rhonda, not really. It’s only designed for joint pain. For neuropathy, I found some interesting recommendations here.

  58. Anne Pratt says:

    Hello Heather – My orthopedist said many of my problems seem to stem from inflammation, as my joints all take turns being in pain! He recommended turmeric, and as it happens I bought the brand you recommend. (Surprising, since there are so many.) I can’t take much at a time, since I have severe GERD/hiatal hernia, and because I get gas and diarrhea from taking it. So I empty 1/3 capsule into my morning smoothie daily.

    But here’s my question. He also recommended chondroitin. I asked about glucosamine, and he said recent research doesn’t support glucosamine and the current thinking is that chondroitin alone is recommended. Are you familiar with this research? I will look into it myself but my background is in psychology, not pharmacy, so I thought I’d consult you, too.

  59. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hi Anne, I’m sorry to hear about your issues. If your main problems are caused by inflammation, your doctor was right recommending turmeric, which is the best anti-inflammatory among herbs. Did you notice any improvement until now? Normally, you should but it might take longer since you’re taking a lower dose made from the powder alone (this might reduce its absorption, as the gelatin capsule is meant to increase bioavailability). But given the side effects you experienced, this way of taking turmeric is fine (as far as you can see some results).

    Regarding your question – I personally have not seen any recent study about the better effect of chondroitin alone compared to glucosamine. On the contrary, glucosamine (the sulfate form) has way more studies conducted on it and the results are pretty positive. Also, glucosamine itself has a better effect when it comes to joint damage, but it works better when combined with chondroitin. I’ve seen supplements that contain glucosamine alone – but I have rarely seen some that recommend chondroitin alone. I personally recommend taking a supplement that contains both (glucosamine in a higher quantity and chondroitin in a lower one).

  60. Lynn says:

    Heather, my husband has had trigger thumb surgery on both his thumbs, and trigger finger surgery on one of his hands. He works on computer so is constantly using his hands, especially his right one with the mouse. He has begun to have constant pain in both hands, but mostly in the right. I got him on an Omega XL supplement that is omega 3 but it hasn’t seemed to help his pain. I don’t know if this is an RA issue or OA. Based on your experience and knowledge, what do you think would help him? I’ve read your blogs on both the ProJoint Plus and the Tumeric supplement and am wondering which might be the right one to try? Any thoughts or opinions would be appreciated.

  61. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hi Lynn, sorry to hear about your husband’s problem. Judging after its symptoms, it’s surely not RA (which is actually an auto-immune condition and if he had it, he would have some more severe problems in all of his joints, not only in his hands). However, there could be an inflammatory problem, since he has been working at the computer for so long (and this might be the actual cause).

    Now, I cannot tell him to stop working at the computer, if this is his job. But I would recommend him to try a turmeric supplement. If his problem has an inflammatory cause, it should definitely help him. Omega 3 supplements also have anti-inflammatory benefits, but Omega XL is not a product I would necessarily recommend. As for turmeric, is has the best anti-inflammatory effect from the market, so if his condition is caused by inflammation, it would really help him.

    But as I said, I can’t really guarantee that he has an inflammatory problem. Still, at first sight, that’s what it looks like. So have him try turmeric for a couple of months and if there’s no major improvement, get back to me and I will try to recommend you a product with a different mechanism of action.

    As for turmeric, I recommend you to go for Turmeric Curcumin Plus from Vita Balance, I haven’t found a better overall product by now.

    Hope this helps and we’ll keep in touch. Best wishes to your husband!

  62. Lynn says:

    Heather thank you for your advice. Just today I realized that his forefinger knuckle is twice the size it should be so that is definitely swelling and he now is telling me his hip and shoulders have issues too. I guess we will try the Turmeric product and see how that does. Thanks again. Ill follow-up with you in a couple of months after we see if he has any improvement.

  63. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hey Lynn, that really sounds like inflammation so turmeric should help him. I’m eagerly waiting for your feedback!

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