YesNutri 7 in 1 Joint Formula


7 in 1 Joint Formula Tablets is recommended for people who suffer joint problems. 

The ingredients could provide the following remarkable benefits:

  • Promote healthy joint and flexibility [7-22]
  • Relieve joint stiffness [7-22]
  • Relieve symptoms of various kinds of joint issue[7-22]
  • Improve joint mobility & minimize disabling effects [7,8,17,18,20-22]
  • Improve motility [7,8,17,18,20-22]
  • Demonstrate anti-oxidation property [14-16,19,20]
  • Provide nutrients necessary for joint protection [7-22]
  • Support body muscle recovery from exercise [23]
  • Promote healthy skin and anti-aging [24-25]
  • Promote healthy hair and nail growth [26]
  • Promote wound healing process [27-28]
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Product Name:

YesNutri 7 in 1 Joint Formula

Pack Size:

60 Tablets

Place of Origin:

Vitamins For Life: 248 Wagner Street, Middlesex, NJ 08846, U.S.A.

Recommended Daily Dose/ Direction:

Adults take 1 to 2 tablets daily after meals or as directed by physicians. CAUTION: If you are pregnant, nursing or taking any medications, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur.

Nutrition Information:

7 in 1 Joint Formula Tablets is a comprehensive natural formula to maintain a healthy joint. It consists of Chondroitin Sulfate, Type II Collagen, Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), Devil’s Claw Extract, Boswellia serrata Extract, Turmeric Root Extract and Hyaluronic Acid. With this combination, it helps to relief joint problems and stiffness, therefore enhancing flexibility of joints.

What is joint pain?

Joint pain is one of the most common types of chronic pain and is usually resulted from the deterioration of cartilage within the joint.[1] Cartilage is a fundamental structural component of the joints with viscoelastic properties to provide lubrication during motions. It covers the surface of bones and helps reduce the friction of movement, shock absorbency, and load support.[2-5] Hence, having a normal and healthy cartilage would enable smooth joint movement.

Cartilage is mainly composed of water, which decreases with age, and thus causing cartilage to becoming hard. This explains why joint movements usually become less smooth when aged.[2,4,6] Injury will accelerate the damage or erosion of cartilage tissue and loss of water. Eventually, cartilages will be damaged and lost its functions.[1-2] Without protection from cartilage, the edges of the bone within joints will have bony overgrowth and often inflame due to body response to the damage.[5] Consequently, the joints appear larger, and the patients would have stiff and painful joints.[1-2] 

Relieve joint problems and protect joints with joints nourishing ingredients

Chondroitin Sulfate

Chondroitin Sulfate is an important structural component of cartilage and provides much of its resistance to compression.[7,8]  It is a complex carbohydrate that helps cartilage to retain water.[3] It may also block enzymes that break down cartilage, and provide building blocks for the body to produce new cartilage.[3,7,8]


Collagen can increase both firmness and flexibility in connective tissue and increase cartilage mass.[10] There are different types of collagen in the body to fit with the organ requirements. Type II Collagen is the major component of articular cartilage while Type I is mainly distributed in skin cells. Type II Collagen is superior over its close relative to the advantage on joint health.[11]

Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)

MSM is an organic form of sulfur compound and is present in all cells.[12] It is also the most important raw materials for building healthy new cells and is found in our living tissues.[12] In conjunction with Chondroitin Sulfate, MSM can relieve pain and help repair worn or damaged cartilage in joints, ligaments and tendons with healthy, flexible new cells.[12-13] 

Devil’s Claw Extract

Devil’s Claw, originated from Kalahari region of southern Africa, is recently found effective in different kinds of joint problems, e.g. sore back, joint or muscle.[14-16] 

Boswellia Serrata Extract

Boswellia serrata extract is extracted from the gums and resins of this natural Indian herb. It helps to remove toxin from the joints, support and increase the mobility of the joints, reduce joint swelling and stiffness.[17-18]

Turmeric Root Extract

Turmeric is best known as the main spice in curry. The primary active constituent of turmeric is curcumin, a natural polyphenolic compound which contributes to the vibrant yellow color of the spice.[19] Turmeric has been recognized to possess diverse properties including anti-oxidative, choleretic and hepatoprotectant.[16] It has been used orally in traditional remedy for improving joint conditions, in which its benefits are strongly supported by scientific evidence.[19-20] 

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid is a major component of the synovial fluid. Synovial fluid helps to lubricate and cushion the joint during movement. A common phenomenon in joint problems is the breakdown of this fluid, thus making it less effective. It is thought that administration of Hyaluronic Acid helps to restore the synovial fluid back to a more healthy state.[21-22]

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