Do you stare in disbelief at the number of pills you take every morning? There might be a couple of vitamins, a few prescription medications and a dietary supplement or two or five. According to a 2017 Consumer's Report survey, more than half of the respondents took four or more prescriptions per day.
Now, if these pills are going to help prolong or improve your life, that is great. However, what if you could replace a pill with liquid, oral hyaluronic acid?
What is Hyaluronic Acid?
If you suffer from any form of joint discomfort or are a performance athlete, chances are you have heard (or even taken some form) of hyaluronic acid (HA). Hyaluronic acid is a molecule naturally produced and found in all mammals' tissue.
It initiates healing, retains moisture, lubricates joints, and absorbs the shock in joints. HA has several common names, so you might have heard of it referred to as hyaluronan, hyaluronic acid and sodium hyaluronate.
There are multiple things to know when searching for a hyaluronic acid supplement that will best fit your needs. Typically, liquid oral formulations are a high molecular weight are optimal for results. But with so many different hyaluronic acid vitamins and supplements on the market, how can you tell which hyaluronic acid is better?
Why is Liquid HA Better?
Walking down the aisles of a GNC or wellness store, it is easy to see that hyaluronic acid comes in different forms. You might discover pills, powders or liquid formulas to choose from. But how do you decide which one to buy?
Choosing a dry or liquid hyaluronic acid formula is an important factor for absorption and bioavailability. Our bodies cannot absorb HA molecules unless they are fully hydrated. Hyaluronic acid molecules are exceptionally water-loving. They can hold up to 1000 times their weight in water. Dry forms of HA, like pills, tablets, capsules and powders, do not have enough time to fully hydrate before passing through the body's digestive tract. In fact, they are designed to maintain their shape until they reach the stomach. Essentially, dry forms of HA can’t be fully absorbed by the bodyupon ingestion and are therefore much less effective.
Have you ever heard of the buccal method? This is a technique sometimes suggested by doctors where a medicine is put between the gums and inner lining of the cheek. This allows it to absorb much faster than ingestion only. In fact, there are many receptors in your mouth, throat and esophagus that absorb more quickly and efficiently than the breakdown of stomach acid in the digestive tract.
The primary absorption points for hyaluronic acid throughout the body are in the mucosal tissue of the mouth and the upper parts of the throat. To take advantage of the absorption points, the supplement must be bioavailable for immediate absorption as soon as it hits your mouth. Therefore, a liquid, oral HA is the most effective way to absorb it into your body for maximum benefits.
Why Does Molecular Weight Matter?
Time to put on your science caps. Do you want to know the difference between the hyaluronic acid that you put on your face versus the hyaluronic acid you ingest as a supplement? It’s molecular weight.
Your skin is a barrier organ. That means it is designed to protect your insides. In order for a product to be absorbed through the skin, molecular weight has to be low in order for the HA to be absorbed. Conversely, low molecular weight hyaluronic acid would be broken down too easily inside of the body, rendering the HA ineffective. A high molecular weight HA is needed in a good hyaluronic acid supplement.
MHB3® Hyaluronan is a proprietary high-molecular hyaluronic acid ingredient that is scientifically proven to be bioavailable, absorbable, efficacious and safe. It confers greater and more consistent results than any other product on the market for both short- and long-term care.
MHB3 has been awarded eight U.S. patents, and to provide long-term, effective results. As a liquid, oral hyaluronic acid, MHB3 is absorbed 3.8 times better by the body than dry HA forms such as tablets or capsules.
Where to find MHB3
MHB3 is the key ingredient found in Baxyl® products, the most highly researched and proven joint and gut support supplements on the market. Three products offer the benefits of a liquid, oral hyaluronic acid so you can start feeling the results within weeks.
Learn more about each:
Baxyl® Joint Relief
Baxyl® Joint Relief supports and promotes joint, bone, skin and eye health. Baxyl is a natural hyaluronic acid (HA) supplement that is bioidentical to the HA naturally produced by the body. Benefits include:
- Joint & Cartilage Health
- Bone Health
- Mobility & Flexibility
- Tissue Hydration
Baxyl® Sport provides the same high-quality MHB3 Hyaluronan concentration as the original Baxyl but combines it with the powerful benefits of Astaxanthin. This added antioxidant assists in soft tissue health and muscular recovery. Specially created for high-performance athletes. Research-proven benefits include:
- Healthy Inflammatory Response
- Joint, Tissue and Cartilage Health
- Exercise Recovery & Performance
Baxyl® GI is formulated specifically for gut health and digestive support. It targets the source of stomach discomfort. Baxyl GI contains liquid AO Biotics® Amaferm®, a research-proven prebiotic designed to enhance digestion, and Lion's Mane extract. Key benefits include:
- Gastric Health
- Healthy Gut Microbiotics
Start Using Liquid, Oral Hyaluronic Acid Today!
Want to cut back on a few of those color-coded pills that you are popping each morning? Add the benefits of the research-proven liquid, oral hyaluronic acid MHB3 to your morning routine. You can decide which Baxyl product is best for you and order yours online today.
Baxyl comes in a pre-measured dosing bottle to help eliminate messes and guessing for dosage. One bottle lasts about one month, and we also offer a simple, no obligation auto ship option so you never run out.
Perhaps you like to shop retail. You can find your nearest store, typically a health center or chiropractor, with our store locator.
Try Baxyl and discover the difference a liquid oral hyaluronic acid makes today.