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XANTOACTIV FLEXAPRO CAPSULE™ is a safe alternative for the maintenance of health!

[60 capsules]

MAL 23016074 NC

KKLIU 0050




XANTOACTIV FLEXAPRO CAPSULE™ packs a powerful punch with its 6 in 1 formula featuring Mangoselect® Mangosteen Extract, UC-II® Chicken Cartilage Extract, ApresFlex® Boswellia Serrata Extract, Celery Seed Extract, Hyaluronic Acid, and Vitamin D3. This potent combination provides broad-spectrum protection against joint pain, supports bone health, and helps maintain healthy uric acid levels.



Relieves Joint Pain As Early As 5 Days!

Mangoselect® is a clinically-proven extract from France containing natural xanthones, α- and γ- mangostin. These xanthones limit inflammation by reducing the production and activity of the inflammatory enzyme COX-2 and the transcription factor NF-kB. They also reduce oxidative stress by limiting the production of reactive oxygen species [1]​.

Fast Fact
Mangoselect® has been proven to reduce joint discomfort by 50% in chronic conditions ( elderly, p<0.001) and 31% in acute conditions ( athletes, p<0.001), with pain relief as early as 5 days! [1]​.


Relieves Joint Pain As Early As 5 Days!

AprèsFlex® is a patented form of Boswellia serrata extract that improves mobility rapidly and over an extended period of time with just 100mg/day (equiv. 2 capsules). AprèsFlex® targets the 5-LOX and MMP-3 pathways to manage inflammation from aging, intense physical activity, and sports, and delay joint degeneration from a holistic perspective.

Fast Fact

AprèsFlex® has 10 pre-clinical and clinical studies and improves joint comfort in just 5 days [6] with a 40.1% reduction in WOMAC pain score (P<0.0001) , 41.3% reduction in WOMAC stiffness score (P=0.0001) and 38.8% reduction in WOMAC function score (P=0.0001) . AprèsFlex® also induces a 61.7% reduction in WOMAC scores in 90 days (p<0.01) [7]​.



UC-II® is a patented form of undenatured type II collagen that comes from chicken cartilage extract and supports joint health. Taking 40mg/day ( equiv. 2 capsules) of UC-II® induces oral tolerance, which engages the immune system in repairing joint cartilage[2].This immune-mediated mechanism reduces the degradation of endogenous type II collagen, supporting healthy joints and allowing the body to rebuild new cartilage[2].

Fast Fact

UC-II® is Two Times Better Than Glucosamine and Chondroitin[3] and has three published clinical studies on healthy subjects [3-5] . Improvement can be seen as early as 30 days ( p<0.05) [4], with a 33% reduction in WOMAC Pain Score, a 40% reduction in VAS Score, and a 20% reduction in LFI Score.



Celery Seed Extract (FRANCE)
Benefits gout and stabilizes uric acid levels!

Celery Seed has been used for centuries in traditional medicine to treat a variety of ailments including arthritis and gout. Celery seed extract has been found to contain a variety of bioactive compounds, including flavonoids, phthalides, and polyphenols, that may have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects [19-21]. Celery Seed Extract is effective in relieving gout and osteoarthritis symptoms by reducing inflammation [21] as well as lowering uric acid levels in the body [21].


Hyaluronic Acid (HA)
Advancing joint health through joints lubrication!

Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a natural compound present in every tissue of the body, with the highest concentrations in cartilage [8]. However, ageing leads to a decrease in HA content which can cause arthritis [9]. Oral HA supplementation is effective in promoting joint health by preventing cartilage degeneration [10,11], protecting cartilage [12,13], relieving synovial inflammation [14], increasing chondrocyte density [15], promoting synovium metabolism [16], normalizing synovial fluid [17], and relieving joint pain [18].


Vitamin D3 (Switzerland)
Supports healthy bone and joint function!

Optimal levels of Vitamin D are essential for healthy bone and cartilage metabolism. Insufficient levels can have negative effects on calcium metabolism, osteoblastic activity, matrix ossification, bone density, and articular cartilage turnover [22]. For adults at risk of bone and joint degeneration, daily supplementation of 1000 IU of Vitamin D3 is is recommended to support healthy bone and joint function [23].




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  4. Lugo JP, Saiyed ZM, Lane NE. Efficacy and tolerability of an undenatured type II collagen supplement in modulating knee osteoarthritis symptoms: a multicenter randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Nutr J. 2016; 15: 14. doi:10.1186/s12937-016-0130-8.
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