Supple has been given a four-star rating by Joint Health Magazine for its healthy ingredients that include 10 vitamins and minerals in a natural fruit puree base. Supple’s two main ingredients, glucosamine and chondroitin, have been shown to benefit arthritis pain.
Supple's blend of vitamins is aimed at helping the body form collagen, which is essential for healthy cartilage. It also contains calcium and magnesium for strong bones and cellular support. But while Supple is a dietary supplement that may benefit arthritis, there are some cautionary warnings, according to Joint Health Magazine. Its formula does not contain hyaluronic acid or fatty acids that are both essential for healthy joints. Supple is costly at a price of $47.95, as of 2015, and comparable supplements may be more economical. The drink is available in only one flavor and is not found in retail stores.