Dietary supplements containing hyaluronic acid for joint pain

Hyaluronic acid is a sugar molecule that occurs naturally in all mammals. It is not an acid, as one might be led to believe, but a sugar molecule, and one of the most important components of cartilage and the synovial fluid in joints. Hyaluronic acid binds water up to 1,000 times its own weight and acts as an effective lubricant and shock absorber in the body’s joints. Hyaluronic acid also plays an important role in transporting nutrients and waste products away from cartilage, which lacks blood vessels. In addition, hyaluronic acid has several other important functions in the body, including wound healing and regulating the skin’s moisture balance. It has been shown in scientific studies that hyaluronic acid or hyaluronan, as this glucosaminoglycan is also known, has a direct antiinflammatory effect.


Why What should you take Artro Go®, which contains hyaluronic acid?

Artro Go® taken orally has a positive effect on all the joints in the body. The hyaluronic acid is taken up in the bowel and is circulated by the blood so that it reaches all the joints. The pain decreases, your joints become more mobile, you become more supple, and it is easier for you to exercise and keep your weight down. However, to achieve optimal effect it is important to use a product with a high molecular weight, and here we recommend a minimum of 7-800,000 Dalton. Artro Go® is available both as a capsule containing powder and as a capsule containing a unique liquid formulation (gel) for faster uptake. Both have a molecular weight of 1 million Dalton. To obtain a rapid effect you should start your treatment with Artro Go® Gel and take this for 30 days, then continuing with the powder capsules. Note that taking Artro Go® also has a positive effect on the skin.