Joint Juice was developed for use by extremely active professional athletes Kevin R. Stone M.D. who is an Orthopedic Surgeon. It’s said to have benefits of keeping one’s joints flexible and healthier. Joint Juice is available in two flavors with only 25 calories per bottle. Joint Juice is available for starting prices of $29.99 on the official website, and it actually costs more when purchased through other retailers. Joint Juice comes in a 6 pack and 30 packs bottles. The official website looks professional and is very easy to navigate. There are also other products listed there in the Joint Juice Brand including contact form, phone and business address.
Ingredients in Joint Juice are Calories, 5g Carbohydrate, 120mg Sodium, 2g Sugars, Vitamin C (absorbic Acid) 60mg, Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 400IU, 50mg Potassium, Chondroitin Sulfate 200mg, Glucosamine HCI 1500mg, and 240mg Green Tea Extract. Natural flavors are Cranberry and Pomegranate-Blueberry.
The official website offers no reviews or evidence of effectiveness but on other websites like Amazon users are praising the Joint Juice for its effectiveness. With so many available positive customer testimonials online we had to conclude that Joint Juice is likely very effective. The ingredients are also beneficial and healthy plus one glass equals a full day supply of 1500mg Chondroitin and Glucosamine. The Vitamin C and D also work great to keep the joints at their healthiest state.
Joint Juice is 100% safe for use but those with pre-existing health problems should consider a doctors consultation before starting use.
Grade B has been given for Joint Juice. We loved the fact that it is available in liquid form which eliminates having to swallow pills or capsules. Everything we found on this product seems to suggest that users have absolutely fallen in love with it, but we just wish that the manufacturers had made more information available and perhaps provided any clinical study information. We recommend giving Joint Juice a try.