What is MicroLactin ?
Swiss MicroLactin is a new direction in joint care supplements. A
direction which, like glucosamine and chondroitin, is based upon good
clinical science. MicroLactin effectively
supports the body's natural anti-inflammatory system.
Swiss MicroLactin is compromised of micronutrients found naturally in cow's
milk. Scientists have discovered a small, low-molecular weight fraction of
milk that carries unique properties associated with the human inflammatory
response system. Through a unique process, these bioactive micronutrients
are super concentrated so that they can be delivered in a convenient dietary
supplement form. Modern science has simply harnessed Mother Nature's own
pure approach for optimal joint functions.
Scientists and medical doctors, working together, have conducted in-depth
clinical research into the effectiveness of Swiss MicroLactin for improving
overall joint function. Two independently conducted clinical trials have
confirmed that it is highly effective at improving joint function in a short
period of use.
Swiss MicroLactin is derived from innovative technology that enhances the
expression of powerful 'micronutrients' found naturally in cow's milk. These
micronutrients are comprised of unique antibodies and other potent immune
factors that are isolated from the milk.
Through more than 30 years of research and development and 16 clinical
trials, Swiss MicroLactin has been proven safe and efficacious. Studies have
demonstrated the significant health benefits of Swiss MicroLactin to improve
muscle recovery after exercise.
Best of all, Swiss MicroLactin™ is safe, unlike some pharmaceutical
anti-inflammatory products, like Vioxx®, which have been shown to create
adverse side effects. Get Swiss MicroLactin™ and get moving again!
Drug Treatments Can Actually Worsen Arthritis
Conventional treatment with non-steroidal anti-inflammatories has been shown
to worsen arthritis. Side effects of some drugs are gastrointestinal
bleeding, stomach ulcers, heart attacks and liver problems. Some of these
medications, especially the NSAID group can actually accelerate the
degradation of joint tissue. Corticosteroids like cortisone and prednisone
sometimes prescribed for arthritis, while effective at relieving discomfort
in the short term, can cause a loss of bone mass.