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More Damage Than Good? Shock Survey Reveals Sport can Actually be bad for Your Joints
Date:10/7/2007

help manage joint pain and reduce the need for strong painkillers".

"Many people think that joint pain is simply correlated to age," says sports doctor Joseph Babicki who is a member of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine. "In fact joint pain is common at any age and as the LitoZin Joint Health Sports Survey reveals, is very common amongst young active sportspersons." Dr. Babicki warns against the long-term use of painkillers which don't improve joint health and can cause potential side-effects. "The research behind GOPO(R) - the active compound isolated from Rosa Canina, a type of rosehip is very interesting. The anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory benefits of GOPO have been proven to offer long-term relief from joint pain and an increase in joint mobility for sufferers of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. GOPO has an active benefit on all types of joint pain making it particularly suitable for sports related joint pain."

Experts believe the rosehip remedy LitoZin Joint Health, which contains the active compound GOPO, could help to tackle sports related joint pain as well as reduce the need for painkillers. Studies show that 82% of patients reported a reduction in pain after 3 weeks of active treatment with GOPO(1). Taking LitoZin Joint Health can also decrease the need for pain-killers and anti-inflammatory drugs by 40-50%, and unlike prescription drugs it has no side-effects.

(C) The LitoZin Joint Health Sports Survey was undertaken with 500 men and women across the UK in August 2007. Any statistics taken from this release must be referenced to the LitoZin Joint Health Sports Survey.

LitoZin(R) Joint Health is available in Boots, Superdrug, Holland & Barrett, independent pharmacies and health food stores, and is priced at GBP19.99 for 120 capsules. For more information on LitoZin(R) Joint Health, please see http://www.litozin.co.uk

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