Meet The Powerful Ingredients Behind TB12 Recover

Meet The Powerful Ingredients Behind TB12 Recover

Recovery is crucial, but it’s far too often overlooked and outright ignored by the people who need it most. If you want to feel and perform your best day-to-day, you need to help support the natural process of recovery that occurs inside of your body.

TB12 Recover provides daily support for healthy recovery through 4 simple and powerful ingredients: tart cherry, curcumin, boswellia, and eggshell membrane. This ingredient blend was specifically designed to help you take control of your recovery so you don’t miss a single moment.

Here’s why we chose this blend for TB12 Recover:

1. Tart Cherry- Tart cherry has been shown to help manage inflammation and soreness. It contains a high concentration of polyphenols and anthocyanins type 1 & 2, which can help block the enzymes associated with inflammation. Tart cherry also contains a high level of antioxidants (even higher than cranberries), and is more bioavailable than turmeric – which gives it its fast onset.

2. Curcumin- Curcumin is one of the most well known and researched natural anti-inflammatories available. Curcumin is the active form of turmeric, meaning it is stronger and more bioavailable than turmeric itself. Curcumin has been shown to block NF-kB, a molecule that turns on genes related to inflammation.

3. Boswellia- Boswellia has been shown to help support joint comfort and support, as research shows it is particularly helpful in supporting joint pain and stiffness caused by inflammation. Boswellia’s byproducts inhibit 5-Loxin, an enzyme associated with inflammation caused by oxidative stress.

4. Eggshell Membrane- We included eggshell membrane in Recover for its support of healthy mobility and range of motion. The eggshell membrane we used in Recover has been shown to support the function of Elastin, which gives your tissue elastic tension and aids in the ability to return back to its shape after stretching. It also has been shown to stimulate collagen synthesis, a process that aids in the development of cartilage strength throughout the body.