FlexEffects™ is 100% hydrolyzed eggshell membrane supplement. This collagen supplement is gluten-free, and there are no fillers, additives, MSG, GMO’s, preservatives, or artificial ingredients. This eggshell membrane supplement has gone through an extensive proprietary process. Enjoy the health benefits of eggshell membrane supplements with our 60 count package of these capsules. Read moreby on amazon
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As a dietary supplement, FlexEffects™ provides numerous sources of nourishment for your joint health. One capsule is the recommended daily serving size. You may get some alternative serving size recommendations from your healthcare professional. FlexEffects™ can be added to your diet at any time of the day. The benefits of supplementing your diet with the eggshell membrane take effect in as little as seven days when used consistently.
FlexEffects™ as a dietary supplement helps:
- Support joint flexibility and function
- Support a wide range of motion
- Promote healthy immune response
- Provide antioxidants that reduce free radicals for healthy joints
- Provide joints with the building blocks needed to build cartilage for healthy joint function
Start adding an eggshell membrane supplement and start seeing these health benefits of having extra protein in your diet.
What is the recommended daily serving size?
1 capsule (500 mg)
What is Eggshell Membrane?
Egg membrane is the thin, proteinaceous layer between the raw eggshell and the egg white. Biologically, it’s there to work with the shell to protect the egg yolk from outside contaminants. However, unlike the shell, egg membrane is rich in protein and other nutrients known to have many practical health applications.
Are all of your ingredients made in the USA?
Yes. Our raw eggshells are harvested in-line from USDA-inspected and regulated egg breaking facilities right here in the USA.
Is this product environmentally friendly?
Yes. FlexEffects comes from what is essentially recycled material. Egg-breaking facilities have long tossed the egg membrane and shells into landfills.