Move Free Ultra Reviews
About Move Free Ultra
Move Free Ultra, found online at MoveFree.com, is a new health and wellness supplement that has been specially designed to improve joint health and alleviate joint pain and discomfort.
How Does It Work?
According to their website, the United States’ Centers for Disease Control says that 30% of American adults experience some degree of joint pain or joint discomfort, meaning that it is important for people to take the health of their joints seriously, doing what they can to prevent problems and injury or to improve the condition of the joints once they’ve been affected.
Because of this, Schiff – the creator of Move Free Ultra – decided to create an entire line of joint health supplements that have variations in formulas depending on your own personal needs and symptoms. But all their formulations are designed based on “scientifically formulated solutions to help ease discomfort, solutions to help maintain strength and flexibility, as well as solutions to help repair and rebuild cartilage.”
In the case of Move Free Ultra, the goal is to preserve joints, maintain cartilage, improve joint comfort, and increase range of motion. Perhaps more importantly, the formula used in this product is so effective that you will only need to take a single small pill per day, instead of two large pills from competitor brands.
Ingredients and Side Effects
The website says that the three main ingredients being utilized in this supplement are Hyaluronic Acid, Ultra-Collagen II, and Boron. The website says that hyaluronic acid will be absorbed into joints for extra cushioning, while Ultra-Collagen II and Boron preserve the health of your joint and existing cartilage.
Hyaluronic acid has been FDA approved to improve the health of your joints and range of motion, but only when it is directly injected into your joints, not when it is taken orally as a part of a daily supplement regimen.
In addition, Ultra-Collagen II is a proprietary ingredient, meaning that it actually a combination of ingredients which have been patented, so it is difficult to find a list of all the parts that combine to make this ingredient, but since the main ingredient – denatured type II collagen – is taken from chicken cartilage, is not considered a vegetarian ingredient.
Finally, Boron is currently being studied for the benefits it may have on joint health and has shown promising results thus far, but it is still fairly early in the process to have definitive information on the extent of the benefits.
Currently you can purchase a one month supple of Move Free Ultra for $29.99, though their website says that they are currently sold out. They will point you in the direction of other retailers which sell their product however, though the price may vary slightly from what they have posted.
MoveFree.com does offer a Refund Policy, saying that customers who purchase a product with which they are unsatisfied are welcome to return the product within the first 30 days of purchase and they will receive a full refund, less the cost of Shipping and Handling and less a 15% restocking fee.
If you purchase your supplement from a third party retailer, you must follow the policies of that retailer in order to collect a refund.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at 800-526-6251 or by submitting them directly to their website through their Contact Us link at the bottom of the page.
It is not surprising that this supplement has mixed reviews, as any health supplement has a chance for working for some users and not others, due to individual conditions, body chemistry, lifestyle habits, etc.
But though the Move Free website recommends Move Free Ultra as a beneficial alternative to taking two large traditional Glucosamine and Chondroitin supplements, it was interesting to see that most of the negative reviews were negative because, in fact, they took the Move Free Ultra challenge and replaced their supplements with this single small pill and found that their joint pain and stiffness came back fairly quickly, often within the first week of the switch.
Most of the positive reviews, on the other hand, were from people who admittedly had never taken a joint supplement before, or who have always taken Move Free supplements and appear fairly brand loyal, which is its own kind of positive review.
The bottom line however is that if you are taking a Glucosamine and Chondroitin supplement regimen which has been very successful for you, it’s probably not a great idea to stop your regimen and replace it with this supplement.
Competitors and Alternatives?
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