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Introducing a Supplement to Clients with Joint Discomfort

If you have a client that is experiencing joint discomfort, it may be time to recommend a joint supplement. Choosing the right one and introducing it to your client in the right way will help with the effectiveness of the supplement and build trust between you and your client. Follow the tips below to introduce joint supplements in a manner that will help support their joint discomfort.

Research Supplements. Take your time to make sure the supplement you recommend to your client for joint discomfort is backed by research. This will help you choose a supplement that is more likely to be effective for your client and will help build trust. It will also provide you with additional information to help you understand the benefits of the supplement so you are better able to explain it to current clients you have that may be experiencing joint discomfort.  

 

Four studies show that the benefits of 40 mg of UC-ll® are joint comfort, mobility, and flexibility. The ingredient only needs to be taken in 40 mg daily doses, so it is suitable to be consumed in dietary supplements, foods, and beverages that include the 40 mg dosage of UC-II® as an ingredient.    

 

Make it Simple. Choose a supplement that only needs to be taken once a day to keep it simple and user-friendly for your client. The easier it is for them, the more likely they are to stick with the plan and see the results. Help them establish how they will implement the supplement into their daily schedule so they have a plan prepared as they begin working towards increased joint comfort.

 

Help Them Understand. Talk them through the benefits and ingredients of the supplement so they understand why and how it works. When they are able to understand what the supplement can do for them, your client may find it easier to remember to use the supplement and will be more focused on also doing the exercises you recommend to help ease joint discomfort.

 

Encourage Follow-through. Ask how it’s going and if they notice any results each time you see them. This will keep them accountable for continuing with the supplement, while encouraging them to be aware of any results, including joint comfort, that are a result of the supplement.

 

To learn more about UC-II® and the research behind it, visit www.interhealthusa.com or email us at info@interhealthusa.com.

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