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New Move Free Advanced contains Uniflex and hyaluronic acid, "which make the product two times more effective in relieving joint pain compared to triple strength glucosamine and chondroitin alone," Schiff Nutrition International announces Jan. 25. Uniflex is a dual bioflavanoid antioxidant system, which protects against the breakdown of cartilage and joint tissues, and helps keep joints working better. The new SKU "works in as little as seven to 14 days, versus four to eight weeks for products containing glucosamine and chondroitin alone" the firm claims, and is backed by an independent study conducted in 2004. Move Free Advanced and Move Free Advanced Plus are available now at health, food, drug and mass merchandisers nationwide, Schiff says...

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