MonaVie Active Key Benefits
- Increases joint mobility and flexibility*
- Encourages healthy connective tissue and joint cartilage*
- Helps maintain a healthy range of motion*
- Fights oxidative damage and the signs of aging*
MonaVie Active FAQ's
What fruits are found in MonaVie Active?
Acai berry, acerola, apple, aronia, banana, bilberry, black currant, blueberry, camu camu, cranberry, cupuaçu, grape, jabuticaba, kiwi, maqui, pear, pomegranate, prune, and wolfberry.
What vitamins are added to MonaVie Active?
Vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, pantothenic acid (B5), niacin (B3), vitamin B6, and vitamin B12 are added to MonaVie Active.
How much fiber is in MonaVie Active?
MonaVie Active contains 2 grams of fiber per 2 ounce serving.
How much acai is in MonaVie Active?
The exact amount of acai berry, or of the other fruits, contained in our blend is not disclosed. This is considered one of the company's greatest intellectual assets. However, the ingredients appear on the label in order, by amount, from most to least. This means that because acai berry is the first fruit listed on the label, it is the most abundant fruit in the blend.
What is the ORAC value of MonaVie Active?
Four ounces of MonaVie Active has an approximate ORAC value of 4,000 to 5,000 units. This is the approximate ORAC value of 5 to 13 commonly eaten fruits and vegetables. Health experts currently recommend consuming 5,000 ORAC units per day for optimal antioxidant protection.
Can children consume MonaVie Active?
MonaVie Active contains glucosamine hydrochloride, which is very safe, but has not been studied in children under the age of 12. If there are health issues involved with the child in question, we advise consulting your physician before including this or any other supplement in your child's diet.
Can pregnant or nursing women consume MonaVie Active?
MonaVie Active contains glucosamine hydrochloride, which has been extensively tested and found to be safe and effective; however, tests involving pregnant and nursing women have been limited. Thus, MonaVie recommends that pregnant and nursing women consult their health care practitioner prior to use.
Can diabetics consume MonaVie Active?
Each diabetic is different, as some are insulin dependent and others are not, so MonaVie will affect each individual differently. MonaVie Active juice contains 6 grams of natural sugar from fruit and 10 grams of total carbohydrate per 2 ounces of juice. MonaVie Active gel contains 5 grams of sugar and 8 grams of total carbohydrate per packet. We advise those with any medical condition to consult with their physician before consuming MonaVie products.
Does MonaVie Active interact with any prescription medicines?
If you are taking a prescription medication and are under the supervision of a physician, please consult with your physician or pharmacist before taking MonaVie Juice.
What is the recommended use for MonaVie Active?
Drink 2 ounces of MonaVie Active twice daily. Shake well before using, and refrigerate after opening.
Does MonaVie Active contain artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners, or added sugar?
No. MonaVie Active is free of artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners, and added sugar.
What is glucosamine hydrochloride?
Glucosamine hydrochloride is a natural compound found in the body that is used to help make and form cartilage. Glucosamine has also been shown to help lubricate, cushion, and protect healthy joints.
How much glucosamine is added to MonaVie Active?
MonaVie Active juice contains 1,500 mg of glucosamine in 4 oz. In two Active gel packs (1 oz serving size each) there are 1,500 mg of glucosamine. Many studies have been done on the effects of glucosamine and joint health. A set dosage of glucosamine has not been determined yet, but most clinical trials have used approximately 1,200 mg" 1,500 mg (1.5 g) of glucosamine per day. Because of this, this amount is generally accepted as a safe, effective dose.
Is one form of glucosamine more effective than another?
There are three types of glucosamine: glucosamine hydrochloride (HCl), N-acetyl glucosamine, and glucosamine sulfate. Both glucosamine HCl and glucosamine sulfate are rapidly converted into "free" glucosamine in the stomach. So, from a physiological standpoint, they are equally effective. However, glucosamine HCl is 83 percent glucosamine, while glucosamine sulfate is only 65 percent glucosamine. We formulated MonaVie Active juice with glucosamine HCl because this form of glucosamine contains the highest level of free glucosamine.
Is the added glucosamine in MonaVie Active from a vegetarian source?
The glucosamine hydrochloride in MonaVie Active juice and MonaVie Active gel is produced from a vegetarian source and is the only non-animal, nonshellfish form of glucosamine available. It can be consumed by people with shellfish allergies.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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