Rebuild: An Advanced Multi-nutrient Formula

Written by Dr. Sophie Pollon-MacLeod BSc, ND

Rebuild is a comprehensive, advanced multi-nutrient formula that can help to reduce pain & inflammation in the body. Compared to other joint supportive formulas, Rebuild is fast acting and targets several different inflammatory pathways to not only reduce pain but also promote tissue healing and improved blood flow. It contains the BCM-95 form of curcumin which is 7-8 x more bioavailable than other forms of curcumin. Rebuild contains potent liver supporting ingredients such as glutathione and n-acetyl-cysteine that help the body process and remove waste associated with inflammation. Rebuild also contains 500 mg of the flavonoid Quercetin per daily dose. Quercetin has potent anti-inflammatory, immune stimulating and mast-stabilizing activity. Lastly, Rebuild contains additional supportive ingredients such as zinc, vitamin C and magnesium to help promote tissue health and healing.

Rebuild may be indicated for those suffering from: 

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Joint Pain 
  • Swelling & Inflammation

In addition, Rebuild may benefit:

  • Active individuals looking to improve recovery
  • Post injury  
  • Those in need of additional Liver support 
  • Aging populations 
  • Perimenopausal/Menopausal women 
  • Vegans/Vegetarians 

Rebuild is a multi-nutrient formula that contains a blend of 9 ingredients to maximize therapeutic effect.

Rebuild is free of gluten, dairy, soy, yeast crustaceans, nuts, artificial colours & flavours. Non-GMO.

How to take Rebuild:

  • For daily use: take 3 capsules 1- 2 x per day with food. Take away from other supplements or medications. 
  • For acute pain: Take 3 capsules 3 times per day with food . Take away from other supplements or medications.
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