Osteoarthritis Testimonials

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‘I have no sore joints anymore from Osteoarthritis’

“I got off Celebrex two years ago after my twin sister died from a perforated bowel from taking Celebrex and I have been taking Serrapeptase for two years now and need no other medication. I have no sore joints anymore from my Osteoarthritis, only a little stiffness first thing in the morning. I am 62 years old and still do everything I did at 40. I just wish my sister had known about serrapeptase. This information needs to get out to the people who are treating people with arthritis because the drug companies will obviously be against it.”

Joe V., Canada

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‘Relief for Severe Osteoarthritis in Both Knees’

“Dear Robert,

Serrapeptase has helped me immensely and I have been able to resume my training after weeks of rehab (physio).

This will be my last running event as I am facing full knee replacement surgery next year when I am retired. I don’t recall if I mentioned to you that because I have severe osteoarthritis in both knees I must wear two custom-made “Unloader knee braces” just to remain active. I am not concerned about the time I finish in as these braces weigh in at 5lbs and do slow me down. My goal is to finish the run comfortably and hopefully with not too much pain with the injured hamstring. I will be elated to have the Finisher’s medal placed around my neck!

Once I recover from this run I will be only power-walking, my gym w/o and of course deep water running which I enjoy. I have had many incredible memories running all these years and although I am somewhat sad that my running years are coming to a close, I wouldn’t change a thing!

Thank you again and I will send you my finishing pic. For now I will search my files and send you a photo of me wearing my knee braces.

I also had the honour of carrying the Olympic Torch & the Paralympics Torch. What an experience of a life-time that was!”

Lee T.

 

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‘I’m recommending this to several people’

Mrs. L. Morris understands that supplements are not overnight miracle cures. But the results she’s had already from serrapeptase have convinced her to persevere. She suffers from osteo arthritis affecting her back and knees and after trying many things without much success.

“I’ve been taking serrapeptase for two months now and I felt wonderful after the first few days. I didn’t think it was going to work but it has. I have no pain in my back at all and all the inflammation has gone too. There has been a marked improvement and I feel good. I think it may take a bit longer to deal with my knees and I’m prepared to persevere.

“I take six capsules a day which is not cheap but you will make sacrifices if it means you don’t have any more pain. I went to see my doctor this week and told her about serrapeptase. She was very pleased and has made a note of it. I’ve recommended it to several people and they are taking it too. I’m doing my bit to spread the news!”

Mrs. Morris

 

6 Comments

  1. Bobby Cheleen

    November 29, 2017 at 5:55 pm

    Where do they sell the serrapeptase?

  2. Sam

    May 17, 2018 at 5:24 pm

    Hi – I am 42 and have been put in a controlled menopause (prostap injections) and oestrogen has rapidly dropped causing severe arthritis. I am on day 3 of taking 80,000 iu serrapertase 3 times a day. How long should it be before i see any change? no change so far.. The joint pain is hands shoulders and sometimes knees feet and hips, I am desperate 🙁

    • Lindsay Powers

      May 18, 2018 at 9:08 am

      Hello Sam, it is early days and you may need to up the dose in the short term to quicken the effects. We would suggest 2 caps 3 x per day for the first month or two and then keep reviewing your progress. Consider switching to Serranol once you have finished the serrapeptase, as this acts as a potent anti-inflammatory product, with the combination of Serrapeptase, curcumin, ecklonia cava and vitamin D3.
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

      • Sam

        May 18, 2018 at 10:14 am

        Hi Lindsay, thanks – you have suggested upping the dose to 2 caps 3 times a day for the first month but I have actually started on 3 80,000 iu caps 3 times a day – should I increase it to 4 caps 3 times a day? I am already taking vitamin D and trying to drink lots of water.

        • Lindsay Powers

          May 21, 2018 at 7:35 am

          Ok Sam, that’s fine then, you are already on a good dose. Give it some more time and keep reviewing the dosage going forward. Remember to work on diet, lifestyle etc which are other triggers of inflammation in the body.
          I hope that helps
          Lindsay

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