I used Supple for three months. It seemed to work during the first week, but it was only a reaction my body had to the introduction of a foreign substance. My osteoarthritic pain never stopped. I too was told after the first call to the company that I should continue using the product and give it a chance. After three months I decided to take an empty can to my arthritis doctor, who is a specialist in the field of arthritis. He looked at all of the ingredients listed on the can label and told me that if there was any benefit it would be from the truvia plant, but that would be from an energy standpoint, not an arthritic one. Nothing in Supple has been proven to change arthritic pain. After my own experience with the product, further research on the ingredients of the product, my doctor's input and the reaction from the company, I stopped ordering the product. The only cure for any kind of arthritis is a miracle from the Lord. All medications and supplements do is mask over the problem. Any benefit is short term at best. If Supple were less expensive and offered in legitimate establishments it might be worth a try, but not the way it is currently offered. The FDA does not monitor nor investigate these kinds of products, so the consumer is totally at risk and made vulnerable. To those that claim Supple works -- good luck. For those of us who know better -- thanks for repoting you results. Remember, Supple is only sold through an infomercial and promoted by those who stand to get rich, and have, through your pain and longing for help. Only the individuals selling the product and the banks where they deposit your hard earned money from your purchase of their product are benefitting.