TanjAble is a delicious tangerine flavoured fish oil emulsion that promotes joint health and mobility.
TanjAble combines fish oil, borage seed oil, Avovida®, and Curcuminoids to create a powerful anti-inflammatory blend.
- Supports a tangible difference in joint mobility.
- Natural and pleasant tangerine flavour.
- An excellent source of omega-3s (fish oil from Menhaden), Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA), avocado and soy unsaponifiables (ASUs), and turmeric root extract (curcuminoids).
- Supports joint health and mobility.
- Excellent for post workout joint care.
- Gluten-free, Dairy-Free, and Sugar Free.
TanjAble Product Details:
TanjAble is a premium fish oil emulsion that contains two other types of oil, and turmeric root extract. The omega-3 fish oil component is responsibly sourced from sustainable stocks of Atlantic Menhaden, and is an excellent source of EPA and DHA. Cold pressed borage seed oil is the highest known plant-based source of Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA), and is traditionally used to support heart health, women’s health, healthy skin, and for symptoms of arthritis and diabetes. Avovida® is a blended extract of avocado phytosterols and soy unsaponifiables that has been clinically shown to help maintain a healthy inflammation response, and supports mobility and flexibility in joint cartilage. Tumeric root extract is rich in curcuminoids, which have anti-inflammatory properties and help to modify immune system responses and this makes them useful in preventing joint inflammation.
TanjAble can be taken on its own (serving size is 2 teaspoons or 10 milliliters) or mixed with other liquids such as protein shakes and smoothies. The 2-teaspoon serving can also be divided and taken throughout the day. Adding TanjAble to your daily routine may result in a tangible effect on joint mobility and health, and help to reduce reliance on pain medication.
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