Study Indicates NEM Reduces Pain from Osteoarthritis in Knee and Hip

JC1-NEM30-2If you are among the nearly 20 percent of adults in the U.S. who suffer from knee and hip osteoarthritis, a new study may provide you a treatment option. A recent study in Germany supports the claim that Natural Eggshell Matrix (NEM) can reduce osteoarthritis pain in the knee and hip. NEM is a unique, all-natural egg protein matrix found between the egg albumin and the eggshell.

The 2-month open-label study was conducted between March and July 2012 at six different clinical sites throughout Germany to evaluate the efficacy and tolerability of NEM for the relief of the pain and discomfort associated with osteoarthritis of the knee and/or hip. The study included 44 subjects, 27 females and 17 males between the ages of 32 and 95, who had moderate, persistent osteoarthritis of the knee, hip, ankle, knee and hip, or knee and ankle. All of the subjects completed baseline evaluations and were evaluated again at 10, 30, and 60 days using a short-form questionnaire. They were given 500 mg of NEM daily for the duration of the study. Continue reading

Improve Your Health with These Men’s Health Supplements


Father’s Day is right around the corner. This is a great time to think about of the importance of men’s health. Maintaining proper health now will not only enable you keep up with your kids, but will also help ensure that you’re around to share in the special moments in their lives for years to come. The following are a few supplements that NutraSense carries that can help you reach and/or maintain a healthy life. Continue reading

Creatine Supplements Can Help Athletes Increase Strength and Improve Performance

One of the more popular nutritional supplements for athletes wanting to improve performance, endurance, and muscle mass, is creatine. Creatine is a nitrogenous organic acid that is produced naturally in the body, playing an integral role in supplying energy to all cells in the body, primarily to the muscles, by increasing the formation of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). It is produced in the liver, kidney, and pancreas. You can also get creatine by eating meat or fish or with dietary supplements. Most creatine is stored in skeletal muscle and used during physical activity. The remainder is used in the heart, brain, and other tissues. Continue reading