Good Health Joint Active with UC-II Triple Action Capsules

Manufacturer: Good Health
Good Health Joint Active with UC-II Triple Action Capsules 30
$34.90 NZD
$19.90 NZD Save $15.00 (43% off)
Good Health Joint Active with UC-II Triple Action Capsules 90
$96.00 NZD
$54.90 NZD Save $41.10 (43% off)



  • Helps alleviate both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.
  • Provides significant support for joint comfort & cartilage regeneration.
  • Clinically researched ingredient.
  • Convenient 1-capsule-a-day.

Good Health Joint Active combines three powerful ingredients into a small, easy to swallow 1-a-night capsule.

UC-II® is a unique patented form of Type II undenatured collagen derived from chicken sternum cartilage that works with the immune system to deactivate the collagen specific T-cells, halting and even helping to reverse the progression of Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis, allowing joints the opportunity to heal and regenerate. UC-II® also supports the regeneration and maintenance of healthy cartilage. The collagen in UC-II® is not processed by high heat or chemicals. UC-II® is manufactured in the United States through a patented, low-temperature, non-enzymatic process. Four clinical studies show that the benefits of 40 mg of UC-ll® are joint comfort, mobility and flexibility. 

Boron is essential for healthy bones and Vitamin D supports optimal cartilage production. Joints receive nutrients through adjoining bones - so healthy bones are key for healthy joints. Clinical research shows that just one small 40mg capsule a day provides significant support for joint comfort and cartilage regeneration.


Active ingredients per capsule:   
UC-II® Standardised Cartilage                    40mg 
  Providing Bioactive Undernatured Type II Collagen         1.2mg 
Boron (from Borax)  2mg 
Colecalciferol (Vitamin D3 200IU) 5mcg

No added gluten, egg, dairy, soy or seafood.


Adults: Take 1 capsule daily. For best results, take with water on an empty stomach, just before bedtime.


If symptoms persists, consult your healthcare professional.