We need our joints to stay active and mobile throughout our lives, which is why finding a supplement that is a good long-term solution is important. Because GOPO® is all-natural, gentle on your system and non-habit forming, it makes an ideal long-term supplement, especially when accompanied by other holistic joint care measures.

  • All-natural and approved by the Vegetarian Society
  • Concentrated, effective galactolipids
  • Naturally-occurring, standardized levels of vitamin C
  • Rose hips naturally contain antioxidant vitamin C

  • Our rose plants are grown without pesticides
  • No shellfish or pork-derived ingredients
  • Non-GMO (genetically modified organism)

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What to expect with GOPO.

Each person’s body chemistry and lifestyle is unique, so individual responses to using GOPO will vary. However, research has shown that 82% of people, or 8 out of 10, have reported improvement in 3 weeks; even more report improvement at the 4 and 5 week milestones. This 3-5 week period is called the “loading period” and it is important to maintain the initial recommended dosage of 3 capsules, twice daily for the duration of this period. Like any regimen, it’s smart to make GOPO part of your routine.

  • Place GOPO in a good spot to find it morning and evening
  • Keep a second light-proof bottle of GOPO at work if needed as a backup
  • Does not need refrigeration or to be taken with food
  • Can be taken with water or sprinkled over food (do not cook)
  • Keep a journal or add GOPO to your daily to-do list as a reminder
  • Ask a friend to be a GOPO pal to check with you frequently or find someone to take GOPO with

Nutrition & Weight*

Any excess weight you can shed will help to relieve strain on delicate joints. And of course, losing weight may encourage you to be more active too. A healthy diet with plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as oily fish like wild caught salmon and fresh tuna, contain omega-3 essential fatty acids, which have been shown to help maintain joint mobility and suppleness.

Fitness & Motion*

Controlled movement exercises can help you to maintain suppleness in joints, while strengthening exercises can help your muscles take the pressure off your joints. For example, swimming is a great aerobic exercise to help improve overall fitness and control weight. *Talk to your doctor before making significant changes in your diet or exercise.

10 Steps to long-term joint health

  • Maintain your ideal body weight. Extra weight puts extra strain on your joints.

  • Keep moving with exercise to build muscles that help protect joints.

  • Good posture protects joints everywhere: neck, back, hips and knees.

  • Let the big joints do the big jobs. Use the largest, strongest joints and muscles to lift or carry things.

  • Alternate heavy activity with light or no activity to rest your joints.

  • Know your physical limits and don’t push your boundaries.

  • Change positions regularly to help keep muscles and joints supple.

  • Don’t take on activities your body isn’t prepared for. Start slowly until you know how your body will react.

  • Always protect yourself with well-fitting safety equipment in extreme physical environments.

  • Ask for help – don’t take on a job that’s too much for one person.