Does this help with arthritis?
We first advise you to speak with your doctor for guidance. You may find some added comfort and flexibility from JointGel®, given how it helps spur collagen growth to fortify cartilage. But the formula is not intended to prevent, treat, or cure a medical condition.
Can I take this with blood thinners?
There are no blood thinners in JointGel®. However, if you are on medications for blood thinning, we do recommend speaking with your doctor before adding any supplement to your daily routine.
Will this work if I’m bone-on-bone?
In a bone-on-bone situation we first advise you to speak with your doctor for guidance. You may find some added comfort and flexibility from JointGel®, given how it helps spur collagen growth to fortify cartilage. But we would want you to have a measured level of expectations given your situation.
Can I take this if I’m diabetic?
There is no added sugar and only 3 grams of measurable carbohydrates in JointGel®. We do recommend you speak with your doctor before adding any nutritional supplement to your routine so they can coordinate your care, given your medical condition.
Is it gluten-free?
Yes, JointGel® is gluten-free.
Will this work on my hips?
While we do not have specific studies for the hip, the science should apply to those specific joints as we
Is this an anti-inflammatory?
JointGel® is not an anti-inflammatory.
Can I take this while pregnant?
We always recommend speaking with your OB before adding any supplement to your daily routine while pregnant. JointGel® does not come with a specific pregnancy warning, but we want expectant mothers to loop in their doctor regardless.
Does this contain shellfish?
There is no seafood or shellfish in JointGel®.
Does it contain sulfur?
JointGel® includes OptiMSM® – a bioavailable form of sulfur, so we would advise you against using it with a known sulfur allergy. We do offer many other great joint formulas that do not contain sulfur.
Is it vegan?
JointGel® is not a vegan formula.
What is the source of protein?
The protein comes from the active ingredient — a unique, patented form of Bioactive Collagen Peptides known as FortiGel®.
How long does it take to work?
While cartilage re-growth can be a long term prospect, the clinical studies on the active ingredients in JointGel® did show that some people began to feel support for comfort in around 3 weeks.
Will this help heal a tear or injury?
JointGel® is not for healing an injury. We would recommend speaking with your doctor about the best course of action for repairing your injury. JointGel® may make a good adjunct supplement to help fortify the surrounding cartilage in the joint matrix, but it won't repair the tear.