Joint Juice to launch water-based dietary supplement
September 14, 2007
by Editorial Staff
SAN FRANCISCO — Joint Juice, Inc. will launch a water-based dietary supplement called Joint Juice Fitness — a product available nationwide on Sept. 15.
The new product is lightly flavored and is enhanced with vitamins as well as 1,500 mg of glucosamine per bottle to help hydrate joints. Glucosamine works by triggering the production of hyaluronic acid, which is the lubricating solution in joints and other tissues.
There are 10 calories in each 16.9-oz bottle, and the product comes in berry, lemon and kiwi-strawberry flavors.
"We are pleased to bring a new option for consumers nationwide by providing a glucosamine supplement in a water-based form," said Jack Robertson, chief executive officer of Joint Juice. "With the new focus on living a long, active life in this country, everyone should think about what they can do today to keep their joints healthy to allow them to maintain their active lifestyles. We do hope that Joint Juice Fitness can be one part of people’s daily routine along with other steps for healthy living such as regular exercise and maintaining a proper weight."