The popular joint supplement, Celadrin, has been available since 2004, and is now able to meet the needs of vegetarian products.
Several years of research and development have enabled the firm to mimic the chemical composition and bioavailability benefits of the meat tallow-based version.
The vegetarian version is made from a mixture of palm oil, coconut oil, palm kernel, olive oil, nutmeg and unsaturated vegetable oils.
According to the manufacturers, “The trick was to find the right profile of fatty acids, that’s why it took 4-5 years.”
Clinical trials have shown it to be safe, non-toxic and effective in reducing joint discomfort and improving joint flexibility.
As soon as its available in the UK, Hadley Wood Healthcare will be offering this version to customers.