Labrada ElastiJoint

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Elastijoint has a two-pronged approach to support those who undertake strenuous exercise and ease post-workout muscle soreness and fatigue, as well as protecting users from long-term joint conditions such as osteoarthritis. They say it provides all of the support you need in one daily dose of Elastijoint, where it will support tendons and ligaments from damage over time.

Labrada says it contains a mix of ingredients that will protect your joints from pressure and stress caused by vigorous exercise, as well as aiding post-workout recovery. But, what does it contain and is there enough of it to make a difference? We take a look.

Labrada ElastiJoint Pros

  • Contains a few known ingredients that support against osteoarthritis and joint conditions

Labrada ElastiJoint Cons

  • Some ingredients are dosed low in this blend
  • No money-back guarantee
  • Hidden cancellation terms for auto-ship contract
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Labrada ElastiJoint

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Labrada ElastiJoint Overview

What You Need To Know About Labrada ElastiJoint

Labrada says that one scoop of Elastijoint provides more benefit than taking pills and that their formulation contains various active ingredients that protect joints from damage.

Whether you have a strenuous exercise routine or want to protect yourself from long-term joint conditions such as osteoarthritis, they say Elastijoint can help. It guards against muscle soreness and protects joints from impact and injury over time.

Labrada ElastiJoint comes in three flavours, that mixes with water to create a delicious drink, and is designed to improve ligament flexibility and elasticity.

What Are The Side Effects Of Labrada ElastiJoint?

Some users have reported gastrointestinal issues such as cramps, gas, bloating, and diarrhea, which is not surprising given the ingredients it contains.

Labrada ElastiJoint also contains a few allergens, with shellfish being one of the most common culprits.

How Much Does Labrada ElastiJoint Cost?

Elastijoint is $25.99 currently on the Labrada website but the RRP is $43.99 wholesale. This will buy one bottle containing about 30 servings.

If you subscribe to their auto-ship contract, you will get an extra 5% discount, but beware that it may be hard to get out of.

You can also buy from third-party retailers such as Amazon.

Our Verdict On Labrada ElastiJoint

Elastijoint claims to support those with an active lifestyle, whether that be from sports and exercise, or a manual job. Over time they say joints can lose the elasticity and flexibility they once had and become damaged by impact and strain. Muscle injury is one of the main reasons why people have to take time out of exercise and sport. Also with age, people with active lifestyles are more likely to suffer from arthritis and joint conditions.

We like that Elastijoint contains some actives in the formulation that do seem to minimize symptoms of osteoarthritis and other joint conditions, although there need to be more studies done on the effects on a healthy population. There need to be higher doses of certain ingredients to improve efficacy, though, and Labrada should offer a money-back guarantee if they are so confident in their product.

Overall, we do not recommend Labrada ElastiJoint to our readers.

Labrada ElastiJoint Key Features

Elastijoint comes in three flavours with one scoop being mixed with water to make a fruit drink. It has been designed for people with active lifestyles and athletes to support joints, tendons, and ligaments.

Labrada ElastiJoint Facts

  • Labrada have been making sports nutrition products for 20 years.
  • Contains 30 servings per container
  • Comes in three flavours

They promise it will minimize muscle soreness or injury and will assist in post-workout recovery, getting you back to your favourite sport quicker.

How to Take Labrada ElastiJoint

As a dietary supplement, stir 1 scoop of ElastiJoint support formula into 10-12 oz of room temperature water. Stir or blend until smooth and drink. Do not exceed 2 scoops per day.

It claims to increase elasticity and flexibility in your joints to protect against long-term degenerative illnesses such as rheumatoid arthritis and osteoporosis.

Labrada ElastiJoint Concerns:

  • They do not offer a money-back guarantee
  • May cause gastrointestinal distress
  • Contains known allergens

Containing actives such as collagen, glucosamine, sulphurs, and vitamin c, it boasts to be the most effective joint protection supplement on the market.

What Does Labrada ElastiJoint Claim To Do?

Claiming to contain many active ingredients in just one scoop of Elastijoint, it is recommended for those who are the on the go and need support with sport and exercise recovery.

It protects joints and ligaments from long-term problems such as arthritis, as well as providing a workout recovery that specializes in maintaining important elasticity in joint, to minimize injury and soreness.

They say that muscle tears and strain should not keep you away from working on the body of your dreams.

Does Labrada ElastiJoint Work?

It does contain ingredients that are being tested and trialed for use on osteoarthritis and other joint conditions, but not much is known about how useful they are in a healthy population. The doses are a little low in some ingredients, but then they are more likely to produce unpleasant side effects if too much is taken, so it is a catch 22.

For some people, they will not notice much, if any difference, on exercise performance or muscle soreness post workout and there are better pharmaceutical products on the market for specific joint conditions. It may hold some promise in the long-term protection of joints, but possibly not much more than could be achieved by taking a cheaper vitamin supplement.

What Are The Ingredients of Labrada ElastiJoint?

  • Hydrolyzed Gelatin (from collagen) (5000 mg): Made from animal byproducts and is a protein that aids in protecting against conditions such as osteoarthritis and brittle bones. Clinical trials have only found improvements for users who have osteoporosis, but there is insufficient evidence for anything else or to suggest that it helps otherwise healthy people. It is often added to sports supplements with a claim that it stops muscle soreness after extreme exercise, but there is little evidence to support this. Gelatin can cause an unpleasant taste, sensation of heaviness in the stomach, bloating, heartburn, and belching. Gelatin can cause allergic reactions in some people. Source
  • Methylsulfonylmethane (2000 mg): Comes from green plants and animals and is a sulphuric acid thought to support healthy joints and bones. It is used topically for all sorts of skin conditions and chronic pain, but there is not much evidence on its effects when taken orally. It has shown some promise in minimizing muscle soreness when used several days prior to a big athletic challenge, but there is nothing to suggest it improves exercise performance. MSM might cause nausea, diarrhea, bloating, fatigue, headache, insomnia, itching, or worsening of allergy symptoms. 50mg daily for up to 3 months is thought to be optimal. Source
  • Glucosamine Sulfate (from shellfish) (1500 mg): Commonly thought to protect the joints from impact and pain as a result of heavy exercise. When taken long term it is considered to be protective and may halt knee osteoarthritis and other similar conditions. Doses of over 3000mg daily are considered optimal, so it is dosed a little low here and side effects may include gas. It is better absorbed when taken alongside food. Source
  • Chondroitin Sulfate (1200 mg): A form of pseudovitamin and is commonly paired with glucosamine as it is thought they work better together. It is included in supplements to help protect joints from osteoarthritis and other joint conditions, but there is very little evidence to suggest it is effective, even with glucosamine. Side effects may include mild stomach pain and nausea, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, headache, swollen eyelids, leg swelling, hair loss, skin rash, and irregular heartbeat. As it is an animal byproduct, there is also concern about contamination from diseased animals, although it is yet to be proven. Around 2000mg daily over several doses is optimal. Source
  • Vitamin C (990mg): What we all tend to reach for when we have a cold and that is because it is anti-oxidative and can help lessen chances of catching a cold or relieve symptoms. It is also supplemented because it is believed to stop the worsening of osteoarthritis and other joint problems, but there is only a small amount of clinical evidence that has studied it. Up to 2000mg daily is thought to be safe. Vitamin C might cause nausea, vomiting, heartburn, stomach cramps, headache, and other side effects. Source

Does Labrada ElastiJoint Have Any Side Effects?

Some of the ingredients can cause unpleasant side effects such as:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Heartburn
  • Stomach cramps
  • Headache
  • Bloating
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Headache
  • Swollen eyelids
  • Leg swelling
  • Hair loss
  • Skin rash
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Itching
  • Heartburn
  • Belching
  • Gas

Caution:
Before beginning any program of weight loss, consult your health care practitioner. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Are There Any Customer Reviews For Labrada ElastiJoint?

Several reviewers reported experiencing stomach upset and gastrointestinal distress as a result of taking this. One in particular said they were allergic to shellfish, which caused them a lot of pain and discomfort.

Some reviewers state that the product has helped them with stiff joints and muscle soreness, and it was particularly helpful to those in heavy manual jobs or who lift heavy weights.

For many, even those who found it useful, the taste was the most off-putting part of the product, and one reviewer said it was more expensive than other similar products they had tried.

Does Labrada ElastiJoint Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

If you are not satisfied with the product, I’m afraid you cannot return it for a refund. Labrada only offers a refund on unused products that are returned unopened.

If you have subscribed to an auto-ship contract, beware that you will continue to be sent and charged for the product until you can work out the cancellation terms. It is not written on the website, so you may find it tricky to get out of.

Where Can I Buy Labrada ElastiJoint?

You can make a one time purchase of Elastijoint for $25.99 directly from Labrada’s website, or you can get a 5% discount if you subscribe to an auto-ship contract and be automatically charged and sent product. It is also available from third-party retailers such as Amazon, and may also be sold via wholesalers.

Summary: Labrada ElastiJoint


Labrada ElastiJoint

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The Muscle Watchdog does not recommend Labrada ElastiJoint.

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  1. ElastiJoint: My husband is always concerned about the arthritis in MY hands. He’s more worried than I am. As a physician, he’s always looking at labels. He picked out ElastiJoint at our local vitamin store. The primary reason he chose ElastiJoint for me is because it is a powdered formula. (And he was confident that the ingredients have been proven to help joints). I had a Nissen Fundiplication a few years back. I don’t do as well with digesting pills anymore so a powdered formula(or chewables) are better for me. I’m a skeptic, and I AGREE that more studies should be performed on this product, BUT I do think it helps my hands seem less achy and more flexible. Unfortunately, probably b/c it’s not getting terrific reviews, it’s no longer available at our local store. I’m going to keep taking it a little longer. Gardening season(digging; planting) will be the real test of this product for me.