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Offline tashi114

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flexeze fortify
« on: September 10, 2010, 06:04:44 AM »
HEY Guys,
               I have just read an article which shws new medication that can rebuild cartilage any thughts on it.All links are provided below


http://www.mynewsdesk.com/uk/view/pressrelease/flexeze-co-uk-new-hope-for-joint-pain-sufferers-453113

http://www.news-medical.net/news/20100817/Ancient-discovery-holds-key-to-joint-tissue-regeneration.aspx?page=2

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Re: flexeze fortify
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2010, 02:46:08 PM »
Hi everyone, Flexeze Fortify seems to be having further good reviews- Case study (see below) is very positive, also comments on amazon seem to show this supplement works for the majority that tried it. Good to hear a supplement getting a good review rather than feeling like none of them work.


Case Study - Patricia Jones, Dog trainer and Olympic Athlete

Patricia was a keen athlete throughout her teens, leading her to realise her sporting dreams when chosen to represent Great Britain in the hurdles at the 1968 Mexico Summer Olympic Games. Keeping active throughout her adult life as a trainer in agility of dogs, Patricia has always been fit and healthy.  In recent years Patricia has had problems with her knee and hip and been diagnosed with arthritis. 

Since being diagnosed Patricia has had to manage her condition through diet, exercise and a carefully controlled mixture of painkillers, anti-inflammatory drugs and injections. Despite a huge change in lifestyle, Patricia still suffered from painful flare-ups, leaving her with aching joints and severely limited movement, massively impacting on the time she could spend dog training.

Taking Flexeze Fortify has really helped to ease her pain, Patricia said her joints now feel stronger and more flexible.  She has been able to stop relying on painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs, Patricia said ‘I can now enjoy life to the full again’.















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