Our Celadrin®, now suitable for vegetarians and vegans, is an exciting high potency supplement to include as part of your joint health programme.
- Celadrin® is believed to work in a similar way to the essential fatty acids from fish oil in providing support during the inflammatory process
- Celadrin® is backed by a number of positive anecdotal reports. People report using it for knee, elbow, wrist and hand joints in particular. A number of small trials have also been carried out
- Celadrin® products available previously were obtained from bovine sources which restricted their use for vegetarians and vegans. In addition, the fact that it was an animal based product with concerns for the source has limited its popularity. This new plant based source of Celadrin® has a fatty acid complex identical in structure to the bovine form and research shows it to be equally effective. Plant based sources include palm, palm kernel, olive, nutmeg, coconut and unsaturated vegetable oils
- Can be used alongside our topical Celadrin® cream
Celadrin: 400mg 1 capsule will provide on average:
|Providing 52% Esterified Fatty Acids|
+NRV = Nutritional Reference Value
* Indicates no NRV
Ingredients: Vegetable celadrin (from olive oil, palm oil, palm kernel, nutmeg and coconut oil), capsule shell (Vegetable Cellulose).
Suggested Intake: This product does not contain any excipients. over: - 2 capsules acutely and once symptoms have improved reduce to 1 capsule per day. Take with food.
Suitable for: Vegetarians, vegans, and for people with Candida and lactose sensitivities.
Non-Active Ingredients: -HPMC – Capsule shell. This product does not contain any excipients.
Non GM & Free From: Dairy, wheat; starch, gluten; dairy; soy; added sugars, colourings, flavourings & preservatives.
Keep cool, dry & out of direct sunlight. No need to refrigerate.
Keep all supplements out of sight and reach of young children. Do not exceed stated recommended intake. Food supplements must not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Adverse reactions to supplements are rare, but If you experience an adverse reaction stop taking the product and contact your practitioner or one of our nutritional therapists. Sometimes a supplement will suit one person but not another.