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Joint Defender Maximum Joint Support

Joint Defender is a comprehensive powdered joint support formula featuring over a dozen well-dosed ingredients designed to promote optimal joint health and function. Hardcore training needs a hardcore support supplement.
$35.95

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PRODUCT BENEFITS

  • Relieve Inflammation

    Enhanced athletic performance and endurance during workouts

  • Powder Based

    No typical handful of pills, just one easy to mix scoop

  • Joint Recovery

    Massive dose of Type II Collagen for maximum tissue recovery

  • Pain Relief

    Type II Collagen shown to reduce overall joint pain

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supplement facts

  • 5% US JNT DEFDR LMN LM 20 SVG
  • 5% US JNT DEFDR STRAW LMN 20 SVG

WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.

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frequently asked questions

  • What are the suggested directions for using Joint Defender?

    Mix 1 scoop with 10-12oz. cold water. Consume 2 servings per day with a light meal. Separate your  servings by 6-8 hours.

  • What makes Joint Defender different from other joint support products on the market?

    Joint Defender is a comprehensive joint health formula that contains 17 ingredients designed to work together to provide the ultimate in joint health, overall joint function, pain relief, and increased joint mobility, all in a delicious powdered drink formula.

  • Why should I take Joint Defender?

    Bodybuilders and athletes experience joint problems at one time or another because the joints endure extreme stress that can be compounded by years of training. Joint Defender can provide a solution to the everyday joint stresses that happen as a result of the bodybuilding, athletic and fitness lifestyles. 

  • How soon can I expect to see results from Joint Defender?

    Since Joint Defender is a natural supplement, it’s best to allow 4 weeks of continuous use.

  • Can I mix Joint Defender with other joint supplements or pain medications?

    For best results, do not combine Joint Defender with other joint or pain products. Joint Defender is one of the most complete joint support formulas on the market and will provide beneficial results. If you are experiencing an unusual amount of joint pain or joint problems, it’s always best to consult with a medical professional.

  • Who should take Joint Defender?

    Anyone experiencing joint stiffness and mild joint pain. If you’ve been training for any length of time, you can experience mild joint soreness and stiffness. Joint Defender is meant to be a proactive solution to help prevent ongoing joint problems from developing. If you are experiencing severe joint problems, consult with your medical professional to find the best treatment options for you.

  • Do I need to cycle Joint Defender?

    For best results use Joint Defender consistently as a proactive solution to mild joint pain and stiffness.

  • What’s the optimal training style for people taking this product?

    Joint Defender can be proactively used with all resistance-based exercise training styles.

  • What 5% Nutrition products can I stack with Joint Defender?

    Joint Defender is a specialized product and can be used with your usual 5% Nutrition stack.

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Bioperine® Black Pepper Extract - This popular compound improves the absorption and utilization of the nutrients it is paired with.

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