CanEVA PEOPLE is a supplement to help in joint health, vitality and mobility. After an acute musculoskeletal injury your body tries to counteract the injury to perform activities of daily living. The human body tries to “compensate” for an injury because bones, muscles and tissue are all connected and designed to work together. Supplementing a healthy diet with CanEVA People during recovery from an injury helps the body to compensate without further damage to connective tissues and muscle.
CanEVA PEOPLE Elk Velvet Antler (EVA) is a natural source of Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Omegas 3&6, Hyaluronic Acid, Collagen, IGF, EGF, and Amino Acids. The whole molecule is unaltered, and freeze dried to deliver the active and inactive ingredients to metabolize rapidly in the body.
CanEVA PEOPLE has been approved by Health Canada as a natural supplement to aid in mobility, joint health and vitality. During rehabilitation for joint replacement surgery or conditions related to a muscle injury or ligament tear the ingredients of CanEVA People can supplement the recovery process. The active ingredients aid in increasing the health of the joint, building muscle mass and helping both at the site of injury and the compensating muscle groups.
Rehabilitation and physical therapy coming back from an injury, surgery or joint replacement is vital to recovery. CanEVA PEOPLE Elk Velvet Antler (EVA) is a natural source of Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Omegas 3&6, Hyaluronic Acid, Collagen, IGF, EGF, and Amino Acids. The whole molecule is unaltered, and freeze dried to deliver the active and inactive ingredients to metabolize rapidly in the body. How does that help during physical rehab? The active ingredients of EVA work with your body to help aid in joint health, ligament strength and build muscle mass. Receptor sites in your body, whether on the injured side or the compensating side, recognize how to utilize the active ingredients. Often there is both a physical and visual difference between the two sides of the body during rehab and both sides must be stretched, strengthened and healed with equal attention.