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Hyaluronan or hyaluronic acid (HA), is found naturally throughout the body with high concentrations in synovial fluid and cartilage. It plays vital roles in all the body's tissues and fluids, including shock absorption and lubrication within joints. Baxyl with MHB3 Hyaluronan was developed for maximum bioavailability and efficacy.

Chemically speaking, hyaluronan is the same molecule in all mammals and has been safely used as a supplement in people for years. There are no known contraindications, interactions, or side effects associated with Baxyl supplementation.*

The profound roles of the body's own hyaluronan in healthy joints and connective tissue function are the basis for using Baxyl. The physical properties of hyaluronan provide the hydration and moisture retention necessary to lubricate the joints and tissues, and to initiate cell proliferation and migration within the body.*

Baxyl has been designed to match the body's own hyaluronan. It is a safe and effective oral liquid hyaluronan supplement for the support of joint health and mobility in humans. Don't just reach for any hyaluronan product on the store shelf. You deserve better! Unlike most joint supplements that use processed animal by-products; Baxyl's patent-pending formulation is microbially synthesized, and therefore 100% vegan. Baxyl is of the highest quality, and contains no ingredients from China to ensure you are receiving a safe product that is free of impurities and contaminants.

Baxyl Benefits

  • Promote healthy joint mobility and lubrication*
  • Enhance the maintenance of cartilage and joint tissues*
  • Safe alternative to NSAID's*
  • Support healthy bone formation*
  • Healthier hair, skin, and nails*
  • Support tissue health and function in the lining of the stomach, intestines, and bladder.*
  • Support vertebra and spine health*
  • Enhance ocular health*

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Real Proof! 

U.S. Patents 8,163,716 and 8,178,511

Here's an article on Dr Douglas W. Kiburz, M.D. Baxyl research VRM reprint

Evaluation of MHB3 Hyaluronan Among Patients with Chronic Joint Symptoms D. Kiburz MD, FAAOS

Baxyl Features

  • Liquid Advantage - for clinically rapid absorption
  • Patented, high molecular weight formulation
  • 36 day supply
  • Gluten Free and Non-GMO
  • Vegan
  • Baxyl can be taken with Curamin for added benefits

Hear from the Experts 

Douglas W. Kiburz, M.D. is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon who practices Sports Medicine. Dr. Kiburz is a summa cum laude graduate of Doane College and received his M.D. from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Dr. Kiburz completed his residency in Orthopaedics at the University of Kansas Medical Center, a fellowship in Hand and Sports Medicine at the University of Virginia Medical Center, and an Arthroscopy fellowship at the Research Institute of Virginia. He is the recipient of numerous research awards and has both chaired the Department of Surgery and served as Medical Director of the Physical Therapy Department at Bothwell Regional Health Center. Dr. Kiburz is an avid cyclist and enjoys competing in duathlons when he is not on call. Read Dr. Kiburz's answer to a question concerning the maintenance of optimum joint health below.

Karen Aubrey is a Registered Nurse with advanced certification in neuroscience (CNRN). Ms. Aubrey is active in encouraging prospective patients to take charge of their health through diet and exercise and avoiding overuse of palliative pain-relieving medications such as nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). See below to read Ms. Aubrey's answer to a question concerning the role of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in the maintenance of joint health.

Rebecca E. Weems, Ph.D. is former Director of Regulatory Affairs for a large multinational nutrition company and is currently writing a book on back health. Dr. Weems holds degrees from Cornell University and the University of Kentucky. Read Dr. Weems's answer below to a question concerning the role of hyaluronan in spinal health.

Frequently Asked Questions About Joint Health

What are the best things to do to maintain optimum joint health?

Answered by Douglas W. Kiburz, M.D.

Adequate nutrition, proper exercise, and weight control are all very important for joint health. With weight loss, patients see immediate benefit by lessened joint pain and discomfort. This encourages them in pursuing an active exercise program under the supervision of their physician or other healthcare provider. Eating a balanced diet also assists in the maintenance of joint health.

Are dietary supplements helpful in maintaining joint health?

Answered by Douglas W. Kiburz, M.D.

Over the past twenty years, the public became familiar with supplements such as glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate, for joint health. The public's experience with such products is mixed, but on balance positive, and there is some clinical data to support the use of such products. A large step forward has been taken with the development of oral hyaluronan supplements, which provide the same molecule that is used in costly joint injections administered to control inflammation. I recommend hyaluronan supplements to many of my patients experiencing joint pain or discomfort. My clinical experience with the supplement Baxyl™ is particularly favorable.

What is the role of NSAIDs in the maintenance of joint health?

Answered by Karen Aubrey, CNRN

NSAIDs — including aspirin, acetaminophen, and ibuprofen, as well as the more recently introduced and highly controversial COX-2 inhibitors — are widely used by those experiencing pain or joint discomfort. The problem is that these drugs do not in general get at the root cause of the pain, which is deterioration of joint structure, leading to functional impairment and inflammation. While NSAIDs have their place in clinical practice, all evidence is that they are massively overused by the general public, which could benefit from better diet and exercise as well as nutritional supplementation, when necessary.

Does hyaluronan have a role in spinal health?

Answered by Rebecca E. Weems, Ph.D.

The nucleus pulposus of the intervertebral disk contains large amounts of hyaluronan. Integrity of the disk requires this hyaluronan to remain intact. Disk problems are frequently correlated with a breakdown of intervertebral disk hyaluronan.

What role does hyaluronan play in a typical joint?

Answered by Douglas W. Kiburz, M.D.

Hyaluronan is highly abundant in the synovial fluid of joints, where it is the molecule chiefly responsible for lubrication and shock absorption. Hyaluronan is also abundant in the articular cartilage of joints, where it forms the infrastructure to which the rest of the structural components become attached.

What is a key joint molecule like hyaluronan doing in skin?

Answered by Karen Aubrey, CNRN

Hyaluronan carries with it one thousand times its own weight in water. This helps to explain how hyaluronan cushions and lubricates joints. Skin is rich in hyaluronan, which is responsible for retention of moisture within skin. Interestingly, many contemporary cosmetic products seek to replace the lost moisture of aging skin through direct application of hyaluronan to the skin.

What is in hyaluronan joint supplements such as Baxyl™?

Answered by Karen Aubrey, CNRN

Baxyl™ contains hyaluronan (also known as sodium hyaluronate or hyaluronic acid), a key component of joints. Baxyl™ also contains water (to ensure hyaluronan absorption), sodium chloride (for palatability), as well as small amounts of citric acid, potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate (for product stability). Baxyl™ contains no animal products and is GMO-free.

Isn't hyaluronan used in joint injections?

Answered by Douglas W. Kiburz, M.D.

Sodium hyaluronate is approved for intra articular injection in the treatment of joint discomfort, such as with osteoarthritis.

How does hyaluronan compare with joint supplements containing chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine?

Answered by Douglas W. Kiburz, M.D.

To get maximum benefit from joint supplements containing chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine, it is important to have sufficient quantities of hyaluronan as well. This is because hyaluronan forms the backbone of key joint structures that also contain chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine. Without the hyaluronan backbone, these structures cannot form correctly.

Are there differences among the hyaluronan joint supplements on the market?

Answered by Douglas W. Kiburz, M.D.

Many low-quality joint supplements provide either a low concentration of hyaluronan or desiccated hyaluronan, which is not readily absorbed. A very few joint supplements, such as Baxyl™, provide hyaluronan that is fully hydrated, ensuring maximum bioavailability.

Why is it important to take joint supplements every day?

Answered by Douglas W. Kiburz, M.D.

The clearest example of this is with hyaluronan. The body breaks down hyaluronan continually. While the body also makes hyaluronan continually, there is reason to believe that, with aging and overuse, biosynthesis does not always keep pace with breakdown. For this reason, supplementation provides the opportunity to replenish what is lacking. It is also believed that contemporary humans ingest far less hyaluronan than did their ancestors, and that optimum levels of intake are not achieved by the typical 21st-century diet.

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