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A balanced state of joints

PEOPLE with arthritis not only have a problem with damaged cartilage in their joints. Arthritis is also a condition resulting from a biochemical imbalance, as suggested by a research done by Lajeunesse D. and Reboul P. Subchondral.

One of the causes of this imbalance is the presence of joint ageing enzymes (scientifically known as Matrix Metalloproteinases or MMPs) in joints.

A certain level of joint ageing enzymes usually exists in a balanced state of joints. In arthritis, the level of these enzymes is greatly increased, resulting in joints breaking down faster than they can rebuild. Although the joints try to repair itself, it often fails because of the persisting high levels of joint ageing enzymes.

Searching for a solution

Historical records show that the native Maoris living along the coast of New Zealand did not suffer from arthritis owing to their diet of fresh, raw New Zealand green-lipped mussels.

From the New Zealand green-lipped mussel comes biolane, a product that helps provide arthritic relief to a certain extent.

Biolane works as a a natural joint enzyme inhibitor, which enables the enzymes to reach a balanced state.

Biolane also has antioxidant properties, and demonstrates several significant anti-inflammatory actions, including preventing immune cells from indiscriminately attacking joints.

There is no cure for arthritis. However, it is possible to control it.

Joint preservation is key to its functional longevity. For all its multi-actions in the joints, Biolane helps to slow down arthritis progression.

Although joint problems commonly affect the knees, it can also occur in the shoulders, neck, back, fingers or simply wherever two bones meet. Biolane helps to control the dreaded joint-ageing enzymes at any joints.

The difference

Biolane works differently from glucosamine in aiding joint repair. While biolane encourages enzymes to reach a balanced state, glucosamine is likened to a supply of raw ingredients for joint cells to utilise to repair damaged cartilage. It does not have any jointageing enzyme inhibitory activities.

With a research history of 40 years, biolane is probably one of the most enduring joint products in the world today, testament of its quality, safety and effectiveness.

In 2005, the Australian Centre for Complementary Research and Education (ACCMER) awarded biolane the Ideal Anti-Arthritic Agent accolade, further cementing its sterling reputation.

Biolane is used by medical prescribers in more than 25 countries worldwide.

     
     

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