Is Agility safer than steroids & NSAID's?
Yes, Agility is safer than steroids and NSAIDís because it is an ALL
NATURAL supplement that delivers special nutrients and herbs to the joint,
bones sand surrounding tissue. Agility is a safe alternative with no side
effects. Steroids and NSAIDís (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory
drugs) can have medical disadvantages such as pancreatic disease, diabetes
and liver disease to name a few.
What is the difference
between Agility and Cosequin?
Agility is a
holistic multi-action formula that contains a combination of many special
nutrients and herbs, all of which work together to effectively support
healthy joints, bones and the surrounding tissue. Cosequin is a
one-dimensional formula that contains glucosamine only, which does not
address joints and surrounding tissue. In addition, Cosequin can be
MethylSulfonylMethane, Perna Canaliculis (sea mussels), Calcium Phosphate,
Powdered Cellulose, Liver Powder, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (roast beef
flavor), Sucrose, Vitamin E, Ascorbic Acid, Yucca Schidigera, Dehydrated
Alfalfa, Boswellia, Fish Oil, Stearic Acid, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium
Guaranteed Analysis (tablet size 3,000
Each tablet contains a minimum of 590 mg Glucosamine HCl; 590 mg.
MethylSulfonylMethane (MSM); 300 mg Perna Canaliculus; 50 I.U. Vitamin E;
50 mg Ascorbic Acid; 50 mg Yucca; 50 mg Alfalfa; 50 mg Boswellia; 10 mg
Omega 3's & 6's.
Little Bit About the Principal Ingredients in Agility:
MethylSulfonylMethane (MSM) is a naturally occurring
nutritional sulfur found in the tissues of
all plants and animals. MSM is a
key component in the formation and maintenance of cartilage and connective
Glucosamine HCl is a naturally occurring substance in the body. It is one of the major building blocks of cartilage and is critical in the production of other components required in healthy bones and joints. Studies show that the rate at which glucosamine is used increases during times of tissue stress, broken bones, arthritis, age associated chronic degenerative disease and autoinflammatory diseases.
Sea Mussels provide a natural source of
glucosamine-like and chondroitin- sulfate-like. In addition, they contain amino acids, enzymes, chelated minerals, carbohydrates, vitamins (rich in B 12), polypeptides, RNA and DNA. They are a beneficial nutritional supplement for connective tissue support and aid in the utilization of the glucosamine in the formula. Sea mussels have been clinically tested and demonstrated to be of benefit to arthritic humans.
Alfalfa is a perennial (Medicago sativa) of the pea family widely grown as a hay feed for livestock. Most forms are rich in chlorophyll, beta-carotene, vitamins B6, C and E, and calcium. In recent years, alfalfa has become a minor folk remedy for rheumatoid arthritis.