Celadrin developed in America has been found to give superior results to even Glucosamine, Chondroitin and MSM in human trials. It has been shown to rapidly promote joint health in both flexibility and mobility.
Celadrin is a compound that targets the cell membranes throughout the body and therefore provides cell fluidity and elasticity. This fluidity in joints helps to act as a cushion for the bones and joints giving them flexibility and comfort.
Cetyl myristoleate, the main active ingredient in Celadrin is a unique esterified fatty acid with properties that have been shown to support joint health, function and mobility. Dr. Harry Diehl discovered its unique joint health properties while working at a National Health Institute in the USA in the 1960s. He and his colleagues discovered that a particular family of mice had a biological compound that seemed to confer joint health. This compound, it was discovered was Certyl Myristoleate. It is derived from myristoleic acid, which occurs naturally in beef tallow and a few vegetable sources such as the African Kombo nut.
Celadrin's compound is made up of different fatty acid carbons, which have been arranged in a certain way to support healthy joints. The Celadrin compound targets and supports the cell membranes wall . Celadrin is also known and has been proven to work very fast (within 30 minutes) when used as a local topical application.
Celadrin was originsally sourced from a patented complex blend of special esterified fatty acids which are found in bovine tallow oil, though now, the African Kombo nut is the main source.
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The Science That Supports Flex Celadrin
Flex Celadrin is a proven joint support compound for dogs developed in America through a proprietary process of esterifying natural oils. Celadrin is an innovative all natural ingredient from vegetable origins, which has been shown to support joint health in dogs and has no side effects.
Celadrin systematically focuses cell membrane fluidity and elasticity throughout the body. This includes the fluids that cushion bones and joints to maintain flexibility and mobility so that your dog may move with ease and freedom. Celadrin has been proven to provide cumulative (continuous and restorative) benefit.
Celadrin’s has a unique method of action which means that it can be given as an additional complimentary supplement for increased effect.
Celadrin is also effective on the types of soft tissue where normal joint supplements are less effective. These include muscular, spinal and tendon tissues.
Along with many human health studies and scientific presentations (Celadrin has been published on two occasions in internationally acclaimed scientific Journals) there are now studies specifically carried out on dogs showing the beneficial effect of Celadrin.
Clinical Evidence for Celadrin
Celadrin is a fairly new compound to be used as a supplement, but has had extensive research completed on it, which has deemed it safe and extremely effective.. Celadrin was used in the USA before being brought over to the UK. Over the past ten years Celadrin has been tested as a nutritional substance, and although a new product, it has paved its way into the human market with good results.
Celadrin is an all natural product, and side effects are extremely rare. Scientific toxicity and Ames tests have also been done on Celadrin and all have been deemed safe. Celadrin has been scientifically proven to be safe to give in conjunction with any other product.
Is Celadrin safe for my dog’s health?
Flex Celadrin is a capsule that can either be given whole, or opened and the contents, a small amount of a mild tasting white powder, sprinkled onto or mixed into your dog’s food.
Dogs under 10 kg should take one capsule per day, dogs over 10 kg but under 20kg need two capsules and dogs over 20 kg need three capsules. It is best given at meal times.
How do I feed Flex Celadrin to my dog?
What are the ingredients in Flex Celadrin?
Celadrin is made from the African Kombo nut, rich in Myristoleic and Myristic fatty acids. These natural fatty acids are refined (cetylated) into a proprietary complex that has a wax like consistency. Cetylated Miristoleic and Myristic acid are the active ingredients in Celadrin that are responsible for performance of cell membranes within joints.
Celadrin capsules are made of gelatine and contain 250-300mg of Celadrin. A small amount (25-50mg) of maltodextrin is added as a flowing agent.
How Do I Help My Dog’s Stiff Joints?
Stiff joints don’t discriminate. They affect not only people of all ages, but also our furry friends, too. If you’re a dog-owner, you want your buddy to eat well, look bright-eyed and playful, and greet you as only a doggy can when you come home. A healthy diet and exercise to help maintain proper weight are the primary ways to help your dog’s stiff joints. A joint supplement such as FLEX jointcare is a really great way too compliment this.
All the active ingredients used in FLEX jointcare have been clinically proven to support dog joint health in numerous scientific studies. We do not add unproven ingredients just because someone else may offer them. All the ingredients in FLEX have been carefully selected, based on the results of research that prove their beneficial effects on the health of your dog's joints.