What is telomere health and how can it help you?

Telomere Health

Telomeres serve to protect chromosomes, but each time a cell divides, the telomeres shorten. When telomeres shorten to critical lengths, the cell dies. Shortened telomeres are linked to ill health and aging.

Telomerase, often referred to as ‘the fountain of youth’, is the key enzyme that repairs telomeres by maintaining telomere length.  That’s important in healthy living, because shortened telomeres directly affect our rate of aging.

What is a telomere?

In simple English, a telomere is a combination of DNA and protein that sits at the end of a chromosome. Like a small cap, it protects the chromosome, which would otherwise deteriorate or fuse with other chromosomes. Telomeres get shorter each time our cells divide, but this is an important part of the aging process. As our cells have a very limited lifespan, cell division is the body’s way of renewing itself and an essential element to our health and vitality.  If cells divided without telomeres, they would lose the ends of their chromosomes, and the important genetic material they contain.

However, each time a cell divides the ends are not completely copied, so over time telomeres get shorter and shorter. When telomeres get too short, the cells can no longer divide and they become senescent or die.

Longer telomeres have been linked to fewer illnesses and longer life, shorter telomeres to disease and mortality. More specifically, shorter telomeres are linked to strokes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, dementia, depression, obesity and osteoporosis, among other diseases.

Can we reverse telomere length?

Aging may be inevitable, but the rate of aging is not.  Research shows that telomere shortening can be slowed, stopped or even reversed by maintaining healthy telomerase production in the body. Telomerase rebuilds and replenishes the ends of the chromosomes to keep cells healthy.  If telomerase enzyme levels are high, the telomere length – and our health – is maintained.

Unfortunately, the amount of telomerase in our bodies naturally declines as we get older.  This is where a supplement such as Puraz T5™ is beneficial.

Puraz T5™ contains key ingredients that activate and support our body’s own natural telomerase enzyme production.  It also contains added antioxidants that are essential for protecting against oxidative stress, which is known to accelerate telomere shortening.

It’s just a simple matter of one Puraz T5™ capsule a day for overall health and longevity – and that all-important support for telomeres.

Buy T5 for telomere health and longevity from Puraz Health.

Studies show many fish oils are rancid and lack omega 3. How does Puraz Krill Oil stack up?

Fish oil study

Given recent media reports on problems with fish oil, Puraz has had their Krill Oil product independently tested.

A Nature Journal article reports that a high proportion of retail Fish Oil supplements in New Zealand are of poor quality, containing both high levels of oxidation by-products (which indicate rancidity) and less Omega 3 than stated on the label.

Although Krill Oil supplements were not part of the study, it is understandable that consumers of it may worry.  Nobody wants to consume unhealthy rancid oils, or receive less Omega 3 than they paid for.  For this reason Puraz has taken steps to assure that Puraz Krill Oil is fresh, potent and accurately labelled.

What did the study show in terms of omega 3 and other areas?

• All Fish Oil products available on the New Zealand market were eligible for inclusion. 32 of these were selected.
• Selected products were tested for fatty acid content  and markers of rancidity (peroxide values, anisidine values and total oxidation).
• Only 3 products of those 32 contained the label claimed amount of the Omega 3’s docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA).
• Only 8% of tested products did not exceed internationally recommended levels for indices of oxidation.
• Best-before date, cost, country of origin, and exclusivity were all poor indicators of product quality.

Test results for Puraz Krill Oil capsules

Puraz Krill Oil was analysed by the Cawthron Institute for total Omega 3, EPA, DHA and peroxide values.  The graphs below illustrate how the capsules compare to those featured in the Nature Journal article.

Total Omega 3:

Total Omega 3 was 25% higher than the required amount, with both DHA and EPA levels being at least as high as the label claim.

Puraz Krill Oil was 125% of label claim.

omega 3 graph

Peroxide Value:

The peroxide value of Puraz Krill Oil capules was exceptionally low, almost certainly this is attributable to the high level of astaxanthin, a natural anti-oxidant.  In fact, the level was as low as the laboratory can reliably measure for this rancidity marker. You can’t get better than that.

Puraz Krill Oil level was <0.1 (i.e. lowest they can measure).

omega 3 graph

Get more information or order Puraz Krill Oil today

Author Bio:

Sara Lake
Sara Lake is a Christchurch (New Zealand) based nutritionist, food blogger and MSc student of human nutrition at Massey University.

“Anti-Aging” Is it real?

Anti-aging help

There are many skincare products touting themselves as having anti-aging benefits. This article looks at the science and facts of anti-aging.

From smoothing out those fine lines to firming up sagging skin, anti-aging products make some very enticing promises. And each year consumers spend billions of dollars to find the perfect lotion or potion. But the question is, do anti-aging skincare products actually work? The answer depends on the product.

Defining aging

Aging refers to the biological process of growing older in a deleterious sense (causing harm or damage), which is scientifically referred to as senescence, or the aging of living things. Senescence is associated with many physiological changes, including loss of muscle and bone mass, a decline in memory function and vision, a decline in immune function, a lower metabolic rate, an increase in blood pressure, an increase in inflammation, and so on.

With age, we also see changes in our skin. Our skin becomes thinner and loses elasticity. Fine lines and wrinkles appear, blood vessels become more visible and sagging occurs. Our skin also becomes drier and rougher. Essentially, we lose our “youthful glow”. Which is when people start looking for help.

Anti-aging and skincare

While skincare products cannot restore the skin of our 20-year-old selves, some products can reduce the signs of aging as well as slow the aging process down – and even stimulate the skin’s natural collagen production to produce firmer, younger looking skin.

Collagen is perhaps the most important ingredient to do that. As we age, collagen and elastin fibres degrade and that results in sagging skin and wrinkles.

Unfortunately, the sun, air pollution, cigarette smoke and even household chemicals accelerate the breakdown of collagen. If you add in the fact that our bodies make far less collagen as we get older (a process of senescence), then the signs of aging rapidly set in.

So a beauty regime that protects our skin from harmful UV rays is the first step in the anti-aging process. Avoiding cigarette smoke and chemicals is the second. These small changes make a huge difference to the quality of your skin, and reduce the rapid onset of skin aging.

The next step to anti-aging is to use a product that actually renews your collagen levels. You can’t do this with a cream, as the collagen molecules are too large to penetrate the skin. You need to take a supplement. And you need to make sure you’re taking one with collagen hydrolysate, which is easier for your body to digest, thereby ensuring effectiveness where collagen is used by the body.

Also choose a topical cream that contains antioxidants, including Vitamins C and E, which stop harmful free radicals. Free radicals attack and destroy collagen, among other things. Eating nutritious foods, which contain antioxidants, are also beneficial.

Few people expect a miracle, but these days you can influence your appearance as well as slow down the aging process.

Anti-aging help

Comparing different skin creams

Skin Creams

Do skin creams work? They are not all the same.

With the enormous selection of lotions and creams available, it can be difficult to work out just what’s what, least of all which skincare product is the right one for you.  But if you are looking for healthier, younger looking skin, you need to consider the skin cream you use on a daily basis.

Moisturizer skin creams

On the most basic level, moisturizers are made up of oil and water and bound together by an emulsifier. Their molecules are large, which means they cannot penetrate deep into the skin. But moisturizers can hold moisture in the outermost layer of the skin, preventing and treating dry skin. They also act as a temporary barrier.

Ultimately, the creams available from supermarkets and other stores are designed for a large market and the levels of active ingredients are controlled and their effectiveness limited. That’s not to say they aren’t beneficial, but any improvements to the health of your skin are likely to be minimal. High-end moisturizers on the other hand may include vitamins, anti-oxidants and watering-binding agents, such as hyaluronic acid. These can help improve the look of your skin, making it appear smoother and improving the tone and texture.

Day and night skin creams

There are both day-time and night-time moisturizers. A day moisturizer is often lighter in compounds than a night moisturizer. One reason is that some anti-aging ingredients, such as alpha-hydroxy acids and retinoids, can make the skin more sensitive when exposed to UV rays. Another reason is that your skin does most of its repairing and regenerating while you sleep. Night-creams typically contain powerful ingredients that are designed to penetrate the skin during the course of the night, contributing to the appearance of youthful, smooth skin. Anti-aging components can work as you rest; research suggests that skin may be more receptive to creams at night.

How to find a good night skin cream

To find a good night cream, you need to look at the ingredients. There are three ingredients that are essential for younger looking skin:

1. Hyaluronic acid is something we lose with age but it’s essential for hydrating the skin. All good creams will include hyaluronic acid.

2. We also lose collagen as we age, so we need to replace it if we want to achieve a more youthful appearance. The micro-collagen matrixyl, a powerful peptide that penetrates the skin, incites fibroblast cells to synthesize collagen. It’s crucial for activating the production of collagen, and is the number one ingredient for helping turn back the clock.

3. Argireline is the third essential ingredient. It reduces the depth of expression wrinkles, especially in the forehead and around the eyes. It works on muscle nerve endings, releasing neurotransmitters, which help reduce muscle contraction thereby preventing the formation of lines and wrinkles.

Day serum skin creams

For day use, serums are ideal. Serums are generally oil-based and have smaller molecules that are able to penetrate deep into the skin.

Serums don’t just temporarily improve the skin’s surface, they can help slow down the aging process. An advanced product such as Puraz Anti-Aging Day Serum can rapidly smooth facial skin. It also contains the active molecules argireline and matrixyl, making it the perfect non-invasive alternative for beautiful skin.

A day serum and night cream used alongside your daily moisturizer is the ultimate in healthy skin care. Try Puraz COMPLETE Day Serum & Night Cream – a proven skincare treatment that’s a cut above the rest.

See our skin creams here

Lines and wrinkles, can they be treated?

Wrinkle treatment

What is the best wrinkle treatment?

The years may bring wisdom, but they also bring unwelcome signs of facial aging, perhaps just as life is getting good. If lines and wrinkles don’t feature in your plans just yet, you may rightly search for a solution. Is it possible to delay, or even reverse, lines and wrinkles?

What causes wrinkles?

As your largest organ, skin constantly encounters two types of stimuli that influence aging – extrinsic and intrinsic. Extrinsic aging results from external exposures such as ultra-violet light (‘photoaging’) and pollution. Intrinsic influences include poor nutrition, alcohol, smoking, stress and chronological aging. Both categories of stimuli create damaging reactive oxygen species (“free radicals”) that attack cells. In addition, ‘glycation’ a chemical reaction between sugars and proteins creates glycated proteins. When ‘oxidised’ by free radicals, these can form particularly damaging advanced glycation end products, or AGE’s.

The primary target of AGE’s is collagen.  Within healthy skin, the largest component is the extracellular matrix (ECM), a jelly-like substance containing polysaccharides, water, fibrous structural proteins and proteoglycans. Among the structural proteins are 16 types of collagen, primarily type I (~85%), type III and IV – the latter provides basement membrane flexibility. AGE’s degrade collagen by cross-linking the proteins, rendering it brittle, breakable and unable to form strong fibres. As if that wasn’t enough, senescent (aged) cells produce collagen-degrading metalloprotease enzymes[1].

In summary, when your skin thins and becomes wrinkled, the culprit is reduced collagen.

Effective nutritional wrinkle treatment

Fortunately, nutritional science has been working on the distressing problem of wrinkles. It is known that nutrients like antioxidants and fatty acids delay aging and improve skin integrity[2-4]. However a less known, but extensively researched, supplement for skin health is collagen hydrolysate. It is also impressively effective.

Animal and human studies show that collagen hydrolysate intake:

  • Stimulates genetic expression of both type I and type IV collagen in the skin[5-7]
  • Suppresses activity of collagen-damaging metalloproteinases[5, 7]
  • Reduces the appearance of wrinkles. In a recent (2014) double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, daily consumption of the bioactive collagen peptides present in Puraz 100% collagen resulted in a significantly reduced eye-wrinkle volume (objective measurement) and a more youthful ECM profile[6]. After 8 weeks the skin exhibited a 65% increase in the collagen precursor “procollagen” and 18% increase in elastin, which provides pliability. Proteoglycans, which hold moisture, were also increased. Encouragingly, the results were strongest in those over 50 years old.
  • Reduces effects of UV damage. Collagen intake reduces UV-B induced wrinkling in mice[8] and humans. The Journal of Medicinal Food reported this year on a placebo-controlled study in which individuals taking collagen with astaxanthin (as in our Krill Oil) showed significant improvements in skin elasticity and hydration in photoaged facial skin.[7]

The science is clear: you don’t have to surrender to the signs of aging.  You can start taking action today:

Wrinkle treatment info

Author Bio:

Sara Lake
Sara Lake is a Christchurch (New Zealand) based nutritionist, food blogger and MSc student of human nutrition at Massey University.


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2.            Boelsma, E., H.F. Hendriks, and L. Roza, Nutritional skin care: health effects of micronutrients and fatty acids. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2001. 73(5): p. 853-64.

3.            Heinrich, U., et al., Antioxidant supplements improve parameters related to skin structure in humans. Skin Pharmacology and Physiology, 2006. 19(4): p. 224-31.

4.            Chiu, A.E., et al., Double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial of green tea extracts in the clinical and histologic appearance of photoaging skin. Dermatologic Aurgery : official publication for American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, 2005. 31(7 Pt 2): p. 855-60; discussion 860.
5.            Zague, V., et al., Collagen hydrolysate intake increases skin collagen expression and suppresses matrix metalloproteinase 2 activity. Journal of Medicinal Food, 2011. 14(6): p. 618-24.

6.            Proksch, E., et al., Oral intake of specific bioactive collagen peptides reduces skin wrinkles and increases dermal matrix synthesis. Skin Pharmacology and Physiology, 2014. 27(3): p. 113-9.

7.            Yoon, H.-S., et al., Supplementating with Dietary Astaxanthin Combined with Collagen Hydrolysate Improves Facial Elasticity and Decreases Matrix Metalloproteinase-1 and -12 Expression: A Comparative Study with Placebo. Journal of Medicinal Food, 2014. 17(7): p. 810-816.

8.            Fujii, T., et al., Effects of amla extract and collagen peptide on UVB-induced photoaging in hairless mice. Journal of Functional Foods, 2013. 5(1): p. 451-459.

Boosting brain health with brain food

brain health

Boosting your brainpower

Like everything else in your body, the brain cannot work without energy. It requires nutrients to keep brain cells healthy and operating at their optimum capacity. Choosing foods that specifically benefit brain health is essential. Your memory, alertness, concentration and ability to learn all benefit from the foods you choose to consume.

So which foods can help your mental health?

Oily Fish

Oily fish like salmon, trout, mackerel, herrings and sardines are packed full of omega-3 fatty acids – eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) – that are essential to good health. About 40% of the fatty acids in brain cell membranes are DHA. It’s not just an old wives’ tale – fish really is good for the brain. Research has shown that eating oily fish three times a week reduces the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss. Walnuts, flax and pumpkin seeds and oils, hemp and leafy green vegetables also contain omega-3 fatty acids, but in a different form. The EPA and DHA in oily fish are in a ready-made form, which enables the body to use it easily.


Dark berries, especially blueberries, blackberries and blackcurrants, are chock full of antioxidants that can help keep your brain firing on all cylinders. In particular, they contain anthocyanins, the antioxidants that are responsible for the deep purple-blue hue. They can help protect the brain from oxidative stress and studies suggest they may also help reduce the effects of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia or help delay their onset. Studies have also shown that learning capacity and motor skills may improve significantly on a diet of blueberries. Brain food at its best!

Nuts, seeds, oils and avocado

These are all a good source of vitamin E – another essential antioxidant for brain health. Studies show that higher levels of vitamin E are consistent with less cognitive decline as we age. Pumpkin seeds also contain zinc, which is beneficial for memory recall and thinking skills, while nuts contain magnesium, which is linked to improved short- and long-term memory. Avocados lower blood pressure and increase healthy blood flow. All of which contributes to good brain heath.

Cruciferous vegetables

Leafy green and dark vegetables are crammed with antioxidants like Vitamin C, an antioxidant that helps protect the brain from free radicals, which can lead to diseases such as Alzheimer’s. Cruciferous vegetables, in particular (think broccoli, cauliflower, kale, Brussels sprouts, bok choy, cabbage), are beneficial for brainpower, helping to enhance cognitive function. They all contain phytochemicals, vitamins and minerals. Broccoli also contains vitamin K, which is linked to improved cognitive function.

Brain health supplements

Eating a nourishing diet is essential for brain health, but we can’t always maintain a balanced diet with today’s busy lives. Dietary supplements, such as Puraz Krill Oil, are essential for maintaining mental acuity. Puraz Krill Oil is packed full of Omega-3s and, compared to ordinary fish oil, the Omega-3s in krill oil are much easier for the body to absorb – which means they have a much greater effect. A daily supplement of krill oil is excellent brain food. Make sure you put it on your list of daily nutrients that are essential for brain health.

Click here for more information on supporting brain health with Puraz Krill Oil

Osteoarthritis – what is it?


Early stages of Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease, is the most common form of arthritis. It’s caused by the breakdown and eventual loss of cartilage – the rubbery tissue that covers the ends of bones and cushions joints. Without cartilage our bones would rub together, causing swelling, pain and loss of strength and range of motion.

While osteoarthritis occurs mostly in older people, younger people may also be affected as a result of accidents or sports injuries, or other joint conditions. Carrying excess weight on the body or carrying out repetitive jobs, or jobs that involve a lot of heavy lifting, can put enormous stress on our joints and this may eventually contribute to osteoarthritis as well.

Symptoms of osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is a progressive disease, with symptoms worsening over time. It can occur in numerous areas of the body, but the hands, hips, knees, neck, spine and feet are common hotspots. Symptoms include pain, of course, as well as reduced movement. Stiffness may be experienced, which is often more severe on waking in the morning. Difficulty walking, especially up stairs or hills, is common, and getting in and out of cars may be difficult, too. If hands are affected, discomfit is often felt at the base of the thumb, or the top joints or the middle joints of the fingers. Fingers may also be stiff and swollen, and bumps and bends may occur as well.

Those people who actively manage their osteoarthritis are more likely to gain control over their symptoms. A healthy lifestyle and remaining active will help in part. For short-term comfort, shock-absorbing soles may help to reduce the pressure on joints, and special devices, such as tap and bottle turners, can make everyday tasks easier.

Collagen supplementation

For long-term comfort though, collagen supplementation is one of the most fundamental things you can do to help maintain healthy joints – and, in particular, repair cartilage. Our best-selling product, Puraz PRO-d Joint Formula, works by restoring collagen, which is the main building block of cartilage. It replenishes collagen where it’s needed and helps to repair the cartilage. In fact, Puraz PRO-d Joint Formula is scientifically proven to support cartilage regeneration. And that’s what gives you the comfortable, flexible movement you need to start enjoying your life again.

Get the best support for your joints – get help with osteoarthritis.

Introducing our new website!

Puraz website

Our new global health store.

You might have noticed that things look a little different around here. We’ve been working on a fresh, new-look website with more user-friendly features. And for our global customers, we’ve introduced checkout pricing in multi-currencies.Now that the changes are live, we’d like to show you around.

Our main navigation has been re-organized with easy-to-use drop-down menus. If you’re looking for information on our products, for example, just click on Products in the top navigation bar. In the drop-down menu you’ll find three different categories:

Skin & Beauty

This is where you’ll find our best-selling skin and beauty products, including Puraz 100% Collagen and Puraz COMPLETE Day Serum & Night Cream. You’ll also find what club specials we’re running when you click through to this section.

Joint Health

Got joint problems? Explore this section to learn how you can get the best support for your joints. Here you’ll find our top-rating joint health products such as Puraz PRO-d Joint Formula and Puraz Inflamox Cream. Plus you can learn about our club specials.

Cardiovascular Health

For healthy cholesterol management, heart heath, mental health and wellbeing, potent antioxidant support, and more, head to this section. This is where you’ll find our top-selling cardiovascular health products like Puraz Krill Oil, Puraz CL6 Natural Cholesterol Manager, and Puraz CoQ10 Heart, Energy & Statin Support. Don’t forget to look for our club specials too.

If you look further around our website you’ll also find sections on Quality Assurance, which outlines our risk management programme (to ensure our products are the very highest quality available), and Research, which details key scientific behind the formulation of our products. And our Blog will keep you up to date with extra news and latest research, new health information and new releases.

And, of course, there’s our Puraz Club where, if you join (it’s free!), you can get every 4th supply free plus free delivery worldwide.

So take a look for yourself. We think you’ll like it.

How does our anti aging cream work to reduce wrinkles?

Reduce wrinkles

A healthy skin reflects our overall well being but as we get older our skin does start to reflect the consequences of aging. A good anti aging cream can help skin look younger and fresher for longer.

With a surface area of about 5 to 7 square metres, skin acts as a protective barrier to the human body.  A healthy skin is crucial to our overall well-being.  But as we get older, our skin begins to reflect the consequences of aging.  Damage from ultraviolet radiation, poor nutrition, excess alcohol, environmental pollution and intense physical and psychological stress can all contribute to the breakdown of collagen in our skin.  Without a healthy dose of collagen, our skin starts to look tired and saggy. Fine lines and wrinkles appear, and telltale age spots, dull skin and discoloration occurs.

Unless you take action to support your skin’s defence mechanisms, the quality of your skin and its youthful appearance will rapidly deteriorate.

But it’s not all bad.  Puraz Complete is a highly advanced skin rejuvenating treatment that can dramatically slow and potentially reverse the signs of aging.  It’s proven to deliver smoother, fresher, more beautiful skin – fast.

How does it work?

Puraz has used the most advanced technology available on the market to develop the two products that make up Puraz Compete:  Anti-Aging Day Serum and Anti-Aging Night Cream.  The serum works on muscle endings to help relax and prevent wrinkles.  The night cream dramatically improves skin radiance and reduces the appearance of wrinkles and lines.  Both work by delivering powerful anti-aging ingredients to the skin, most notably matrixyl, argireline and hyaluronic acid (HLA).

Matrixyl is a powerful peptide that specifically stimulates collagen synthesis and skin repair.  It helps to smooth the skin, thereby reducing the depth of wrinkles.

Argireline works a bit like botox.  In fact, it’s often referred to as ‘botox in a jar’.  It works on the muscle nerve endings, reducing the contraction of facial muscles, and thus diminishing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Hyaluronic acid soaks in moisture and holds it in the skin.  That helps to plump the tissues under a wrinkle, ironing them out and giving your skin a younger appearance.  HLA can penetrate both the dermis and epidermis, providing outstanding results in a short period of time.

Don’t be put off by the signs of aging.  Use Puraz Complete regularly and you’ll see younger, healthier looking skin in next to no time.

You can order our anti ageing creams here.

Will joint treatment really help with healing joint pain?

Joint Pain Treatment

Joint discomfort can gradually impede mobility and activity levels. This article looks at what joint treatment products can offer.

There are dozens of joint supplements that claim to help joint pain, but it’s important to note that some products are more effective than others.  Scientific research shows that the right ones can help to improve joint health and alleviate stiffness and lack of mobility.

How do you know which ones are beneficial?  Look at the ingredients.

Joint supplements that can really make a difference to your well-being are those that address the underlying problems that cause stiffness and immobility.  Some products simply contain ingredients that mask or temporarily ease your symptoms.  For optimum results, look for a product whose formula supplies the proper building blocks for joint repair.

Joints are made up of cartilage and ligaments.  They connect all the bones of our skeletal system.  When our joints work properly, they allow us to run, jump, dance, play sport, and so on.  But over time, cartilage breaks down or becomes damaged. That results in stiffness and reduced flexibility, as the soft cushioning between our bones is lost or worn down and the bones rub together.

That’s where a joint formula such as Puraz PRO-d can help.  PRO-d works specifically to help restore the substances needed in our bodies for healthy joints and an active lifestyle.  It can help restore collagen, which is the main building block of healthy cartilage.  In fact, scientific studies have proven that PRO-d supports cartilage regeneration.

PRO-d’s superior blend incorporates numerous ingredients, all of which provide a building block to help build and repair damaged cartilage.  The effectiveness of each ingredient has been proven through scientific and clinical studies.

Most importantly, PRO-d contains collagen hydrolysate.  Collagen hydrolysate is simply collagen that has been processed in such a way that the body can absorb and use it.  Without collagen you would have no cartilage – it is the principal component of connective tissue.  PRO-d helps deliver collagen to the joints, exactly where it’s needed.

PRO-d also contains hyaluronic acid, which is equally important in joint health. Hyaluronic acid is not only a critical component of cartilage, it also acts as a lubricant, enabling ease of motion.

As well, PRO-d contains Vitamin C, which is essential for collagen synthesis, the trace mineral boron, which helps to build and maintain healthy bones, and selenium, a powerful antioxidant that can help to support and protect your cartilage.

With continuous use of Puraz PRO-d, discomfort can be alleviated and function and mobility restored.

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