2 Supplements to Help Stop Inflammation

If you are bothered by the pain of inflammation in your joints a supplement that contains glucosamine and chondroitin can help rebuild some of the damaged cartilage and decrease inflammation and swelling. Capraflex™ is an ideal remedy for swollen painful and inflamed joints. Adding phytonutrients and antioxidants from fruit and vegetables is an excellent way to include anti-inflammatory foods in your eating. CapraGreens™ provide a rich source of inflammation-fighting antioxidants and phytonutrients to your diet.

Terry Perry, RD – Registered Dietitian

 

Terry is a Spokane native and received her B.S in Food and Nutrition from Eastern Washington University. She has worked as a Registered Dietitian for the last 25 years in the field of Nutrition Education and Disease Prevention. Terry began her dietetics career at Holy Family Hospital and served as Chief Clinical Dietitian, she has been on staff with The American Cancer Society, and the Washington State Dairy Council. For the past 15 years she has worked as a Private Nutrition Consultant to the Washington Dairy Farmers, the YMCA, The Wellness Workshop, KXLY television, as well as a local media spokesperson, a featured newspaper columnist, and conference speaker. From 1991-2006 Terry was a Nutrition Consultant in private practice at South Hill Family Medicine, she is now a coordinator for Washington State Universities Food $ense program. Terry is a member of the American Dietetic Association, The Greater Spokane Dietetic Association, and the Nutrition Entrepreneurs Practice Group. She is also a member of The Healthy Families/Active Kids Coalition, a community consortium that works to promote healthy lifestyles for children and families in the Inland Empire.

 

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  1. Hi, I’ve researched your website for answers to these questions but did not find it helpful at all. Hoping you can help.

    1-The container of CapraFlex purchased directly from your site indicates the serving size as 9 caplets per day (assume best way to do this is breaking it up into 3-3caplet doses per day before meals). However, when I looked at the screen shots of the CapraFlex bottle on the site, it notes the serving size as 3 caplets per day. I tried pasting a copy of this, but that isn’t possible. Can you help me understand this discrepancy?

    2-Are there any recommendations of what foods/other supplements help or hinder the absorption of CapraFlex ingredients?

    If these questions aren’t appropriate for you, could you please suggest another resource? Thanks very much!

    Reply
    • Hi Mary,

      Yes, if you want to do the 9 caplets a day, they are best broken up into 3 servings of 3 caplets throughout the day on an empty stomach. We recognize that for some 9 caplets a day can be hard to get in, and most of our customers were telling us that they were taking as little as 3 a day and still benefitting and feeling like it was helping, so with our new CapraFlex label, we have changed the serving size to 3 caplets. The formula hasn’t changed in any way, just the recommended serving.

      There aren’t any specific foods/supplements that will hinder the absorption of CapraFlex. It is a complete bone and joint formula. You just want to make sure to take it on an empty stomach and pay attention to the warning on the bottle not to use it if you are taking blood thinners.

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