The TripleFlex joint treatment is available in a number of various formulas all designed to provide ‘comfort, mobility and flexibility’. The product, manufactured by Nature Made, is marketed through the company website which provides good, basic information on all four formulas. The site includes a video of the TripleFlex commercial and a FAQ section. There is also a link to the main Nature Made website which showcases their whole range of products, articles on health and wellness and information regarding their rewards program, offering points redeemable for discount coupons.
The TripleFlex site is very easy for the consumer to use and all the links and sections are clearly labelled. A one-day sample of the new ‘softgel’ TripleFlex is offered and the customer has the option for signing up for an emailed newsletter and future offers.
TripleFlex – Facts
The information regarding the four different TripleFlex formulas is somewhat confusing, but it appears that the main active ingredients in all products are Glucosamine and Chondroitin. These two proven ingredients are often found together in many joint treatments, and are used to repair existing joint damage while helping rebuild and strengthen new cartilage. Some of the formulas also include Hyaluronic acid, a natural compound that helps lubricate the entire joint and produces thicker synovial fluid, the fluid that provides protection and cushioning.
TripleFlex 50+ formula is designed particularly for those who need the added benefits of Calcium and Vitamin D to help prevent certain degenerative conditions such as osteoarthritis while MSM and White Willow Bark are used to support the connective tissues and provide pain relief.
Because the individual product labels are not shown it is not clear of the exact amounts in each formula, although it seems that the Glucosamine and Chondroitin are included in their optimal amounts (1500mg and 1200mg).
All four TripleFlex products are affordable, being in the range of $20.00 to $30.00 depending on the retailer.
- TripleFlex is available in a range of formulas
- The softgels and caplets are smaller for easier dosage
- A free sample is offered
- TripleFlex is a partner of the Arthritis Foundation
- The Nature Made website provides general health information
- TripleFlex is designed to work within 7 days
- TripleFlex is affordable and widely available
- The website is user-friendly
- No product label is provided
- No money back guarantee is offered
- The formula ingredients are unclear
- No customer testimonials are provided
TripleFlex is a very standard joint treatment containing mostly proven ingredients that will provide long-term support for aging joints. Because the majority of consumers who would buy this product are over 50, it would make sense to recommend the 50+ formula over the other three although for some reason, it doesn’t include the beneficial MSM.
Although TripleFlex claims to be fast acting it will take time to reach its full potential meaning that the consumer may still want to use a topical joint pain cream for immediate relief when required.
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