Movexa by Vitamin Boat Announces Joint Relief Formula Now Available Online
Atlanta, Ga (December 19, 2011) - Vitamin Boat, producers of the prostate supplement ViProsta (among others), has announced the release of their newest product, Movexa. After the “buzz” in certain circles surrounding the unveiling of the joint supplement, it is finally able to be purchased online directly from their official website.
Considering the growing popularity of joint supplements on the Internet, it’s really not much of a surprise that Vitamin Boat chose to release Movexa next. Vitamin Boat has stated both on their website and in official interviews that they are in the business of pleasing their customers, giving them practical solutions for everyday prevention and health care. Releasing a joint supplement in this business climate is exactly what many of their customers wanted.
While there are many supplements on the market today, what makes Vitamin Boat different is that they are tackling the main ones, giving their longtime customers the opportunity to exclusively use Vitamin Boat products instead of having to use others.
The actual product is interesting as well. Clearly a play on words using the verb “Move” combined with “exa” (a common ending for supplements), Movexa is designed to do just that – to help people with joint problems move better. It tackles the issue of joint mobility and flexibility, using ingredients like glucosamine and chondroitin, both of which are showing a large spike in popularity recently. Experts around the world have stated that there is no doubt that when used over time, these two ingredients can substantially improve the body’s ability to protect the cartilage in the joints, with evidence to suggest that the breakdown process may be reversed, regrowing strong cartilage.
Using these two ingredients is not revolutionary in and of itself. Rather, what Movexa has done to set itself apart from its competitors is adding ingredients such as calcium and Vitamin D to promote healthy and strong bone structure. Many joint formulas can be found that contain the glucosamine/chondroitin combination, but lack the ability to support the bones that come into play within the joints.
Finally, they use a common household spice – ginger – to their new supplement. This may seem strange to many people in the Western World, but ginger has been used for eons in other civilizations for preventing excessive inflammation and for getting rid of toxin buildup in the body, both of which can be common problems for people suffering from forms of arthritis.
Vitamin Boat continues to release relevant products in a market inundated with formulas that often do not do what they say they can do. For this reason alone, Vitamin Boat’s Movexa deserves a second look for people with joint problems.
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