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Triflex Soft Chewables Reviews

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Triflex Soft Chewables is a Joint Support Product manufactured by GNC. It is designed to improve and maintain the health of cartilage, tendons and joints in the body.
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Overall
Overall
5.0
Effectiveness
Effectiveness
6.0
Value
Value
5.0
  April 10, 2011

 Pros:
 Cons:
  • Alternative To Pills
  • Tough To Chew
  • Smell Weird
  • Sugars
  • Bad Taste
I'd like to start off this review by saying that i didn't give this product a bad rating just because it's a "GNC Brand" product, as some of you know i was actually a former employee. I usually shop for my supplements online, but browsing through GNC's inventory looking for a joint support supplement i came across these. i'm not big on the whole soft chew thing, but i decided to give something different a try for once.

Ingredients(per serving/1 soft chew): Glucosamine HCl 500mg, Chondroitin Sulfate 400mg, Methyl-Sulfonyl-methane (MSM) 25mg, Calories 20, Sodium 10mg, Total Carbs 3g, Sugars 2g. i personally think the sugars, carbs and calories are kinda high just for one soft chew, that would be the downfall to the ingredient list. but the main 3 ingredients Glucosamine, Chondroitin and MSM are supposed to support the body's natural ability to support joint tissue/function, help rebuild cartilage and lubricate joints.

Effectiveness: it's recommended to take one soft chew two to three times a day, preferably with meals; i took 3 chews a day, one with each major meal of the day. before taking i had been experiencing some minor joint discomfort for quite sometime, after completing 2 bags of this stuff i can say that i did notice some very slight improvements in decreased joint pain and mobility. the results were nothing amazing, but noticeable.

Taste: i had both chocolate and peanut butter, both had old stale candy taste too them so neither flavor was better than the other. kinda tough to chew, with a weird after taste and smells kinda funky too. it wasn't completely horrible, edible sure, but it's nothing i could find myself craving.

Value: not bashing GNC, but it's hard to rate the value because their prices fluctuate all the time with or without the gold card and if you did want to try it, you cant but it anywhere else because it's their in house brand product. if i can remember correctly i bought 2 bags around roughly $17 each(with a Gold Card)? each bag lasted me 20 days, but depending on how bad your joints are and how many you need to take to get desired results could effect the value.

Overall: it was average supplement at best, didn't blow my mind away. the results weren't horrible, but they weren't anything that would want to make be run back to the store and purchase these in the future. there are probably alot better options for joint supplements and i more than likely wont buy this again in the future; that's just my honest opinion.


COMMENTS (2)


  • kroberts9
    Rep: +792
    April 10, 2011

    good review bro. honest and to the point love the venom reviews. keep them coming.



  • venom434
    Rep: +1,206
    April 10, 2011

    thanks man, gotta give honest reviews on any supplements and not get caught up in the hype.



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