Will orange triad help my knee pain

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    Will orange triad help my knee pain


    Lately my knee has been irritating me. The pain isn't terrible but enough so that I'm laying off heavy leg days. Will orange triad help my knee out?

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    I won't say it will CURE it.

    My mom who just finished chemo has had debilitating pain in her shoulders for years, limiting her mobility.

    I recommended she try TRIad, and she said it was almost like magic. The Glucosamine, Chondrontin and MSM combination is very strong.

    Yeah, I'm a rep. But this story is true, I am very happy that I could help her with this.

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    TRIad greatly helped my knee pain. Pain free for the most part...still a little sore in the mornings but as i get up and moving pain disappears. Def one of the best Products out there IMO.
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    yep, definitely will help relieve the pain ... I have issues with both knees
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    A stronger combo would be OT+BG if you want some serious joint help.
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    I finally took the plunge and ordered Orange Triad. I had experimented with Animal Pak and Opti-Men, with Animal Flex for joint pain.

    It comes down to economics. OT is simply a better value. Plus, the fact that it includes immune system support and it's only 6 pills a day makes me wonder why I didn't jump ship long ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by enswalters View Post
    I finally took the plunge and ordered Orange Triad. I had experimented with Animal Pak and Opti-Men, with Animal Flex for joint pain.

    It comes down to economics. OT is simply a better value. Plus, the fact that it includes immune system support and it's only 6 pills a day makes me wonder why I didn't jump ship long ago.
    Exactly. Plus you split the pills up throughotu the day. 2 per meal.

    If you want more joint support you can add Blue Gene or simple cissus.
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    Does anyone have any experience with 1500mg glucosamine/chondroitin vs. OT? Specifically on the knee pain front - i'm missing a lot of lateral meniscus cartilage in both knees (I really wish they ways to fix cartilage rather than remove it ).

    Glucosamine worked great for a while, but I stepped up my cardio in recent weeks and now my knees are sore on a regular basis. Anyone know if the formula in OT is more effective?

    Aside from all the other great stuff in OT that is
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frostie View Post
    Does anyone have any experience with 1500mg glucosamine/chondroitin vs. OT? Specifically on the knee pain front - i'm missing a lot of lateral meniscus cartilage in both knees (I really wish they ways to fix cartilage rather than remove it ).

    Glucosamine worked great for a while, but I stepped up my cardio in recent weeks and now my knees are sore on a regular basis. Anyone know if the formula in OT is more effective?

    Aside from all the other great stuff in OT that is
    I do not have experience in that aspect. I would first look at OT as a multivitamin. Next I would judge it for the auxiliary benefits. If you still have joint issues, you can stack some extra joint support.

    A possibility.
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    i got tremendous help for my shoulder from OT, definitely helped me improve my bench. the thing is ya wont know til ya try it, but like dracoy said can always pick up some extra joint support since its primary function is a MV
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    TRIad is probably the most important supplement in my training experience.

    This includes protein (I could always eat tons of steaks and not need powdered protein.)

    My shoulder pain virtually disappeared with TRIad. Although it rears its ugly head occasionally, it's about 75% better than it was JUST from OT
  

  
 

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