Even though I’m in my 30’s now, I don’t like to think of myself as old. I actually think that there is far less emphasis on physical age nowadays anyway and more of a focus on lifestyle. I know plenty of people in their 60’s that are fit as fiddles and who could put a lot of guys both my age and younger to shame in the gym
We can maintain a healthy lifestyle, eat well and try to give our bodies the adequate rest it needs but that only goes some way towards slowing up the ageing process. It was only a couple of months ago that I was stopped in my tracks as for the first time, I felt a sign of ageing. It was whilst on holiday and one morning I noticed a slight stiffness in my left knee one morning. Initially I shrugged it off and thought it must be a passing niggle but after a few weeks I realised that it was more likely that my joint was getting a little stiff.
Fast-forward a few weeks and it was still there. I wasn’t in pain or anything extreme enough that I wanted to see my doctor but I did notice it so when I received an email from AlchemLife asking me to try a new product of theirs called FlexiQule which offered natural joint support. I thought that it was worth a shout trying to see if it made any difference to my knee niggles.
AlchemLife, has been producing natural food and plant supplements for well over 30 years and they use only the best of nature’s larder matched with advanced technology to produce a clinically proven range of products to aide joints, the prostate, the liver and the immune system. FlexiQule was created using the same process that AlchemLife has adopted to create their entire range. Things kick off with them sourcing the very best natural ingredients and using their existing knowledge traditional medicine, next up is the formulation stage where they use a range of technology to ensure that the maximum benefit of the raw ingredient is maintained. Lastly, they seek out the proof that the product works through extensive consumer testing.
To put the product to the test myself I’ve been taking 2 tablets a day for a number of weeks now, one in the morning with breakfast and one in the evening with dinner. I was a little dubious if I am honest, but I can very honestly say that after around 4 weeks taking FlexiQule, I have already noticed a considerable difference in my knee. The stiffness really seems to have been reduced down and I’ve not been noticing it as much at all while working out compared with before I started taking them. I’m pretty pleased to say the least and will definitely be sticking with them for the foreseeable.
Visit alchemlife.com for more information on FlexiQule and the rest of their range or head over to LloydsPharmacy to purchase.
This is a paid partnership post in collaboration with AlchemLife. All words and opinions are my own.
*Safety information: Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Store in a cool, dry place. Keep away from children and pets. Do not use when pregnant. Do not exceed the stated dose. Excessive consumption may produce laxative effects.