Lutein 40 mg.
Glucosamine is naturally found within joints and plays an important role in good joint health and cartilage maintenance. Cartilage, which provides cushioning in our joints, breaks down as we age. Glucosamine nourishes cartilage and promotes mobility and flexibility for comfortable movement. Glucosamine aids in relieving joint swelling, stiffness, and pain caused by arthritis. It may also help the body build cartilage. Glucosamine may help reduce inflammation, especially when used alongside the supplements chondroitin and methylsulfonylmethane (MSM). Our glucosamine supplements are perfect for seniors, weekend athletes, or anyone desiring extra support for cartilage and joints.
✓ Do you have trouble remembering to take your glucosamine supplement every day? A great way to remind yourself is to set an alert on your smartphone! Also, keep your bottle of next to your coffee maker or your toothbrush. Seeing them in the same place every day next to something you always use will help you remember to take them consistently.
✓ It is recommended to take chondroitin and/or MSM alongside glucosamine for optimal joint health support.
✓ If you have a sulfur allergy, avoid sulfate or sulfur-based formulas (glucosamine sulfate, chondroitin sulfate, MSM).
Q. Why should I take Glucosamine supplements?
A. Cartilage, which provides cushioning in our joints, breaks down and becomes inflamed as we age. It also takes a beating during strenuous exercise. Glucosamine nourishes cartilage to reduce joint pain, swelling, and stiffness. Alongside chondroitin and MSM, glucosamine may help reduce inflammation and increase your range of motion.
Q. Who uses and benefits from taking Glucosamine supplements?
A. Our glucosamine supplements are perfect for our mature clientele, weekend athletes, or anyone desiring extra nutritional support for cartilage and joints.
Q. I heard Glucosamine Sulfate is better than Glucosamine HCl. Is this true?
A. We get this question a lot! Some research suggests that glucosamine sulfate is more effective than glucosamine HCl because of the presence of sulfur in the glucosamine sulfate compound. However, taking glucosamine HCl alongside chondroitin sulfate and/or MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) reintroduces sulfur back into the equation. Customers see great results when using either form of glucosamine!
Most glucosamine supplements are derived from shellfish. However, there are no whole food sources. Glucosamine must be consumed as a dietary supplement.
Customers find the best and fastest relief from joint pain by combining Glucosamine with the following products:
Turmeric a powerful, natural anti-inflammatory that may help reduce swelling and pain in your joints.
Fish Oil Omega-3 fatty acids help lubricate joints and reduce inflammation.
Pineapple Bromelain an enzyme naturally found in pineapple that has natural anti-inflammatory properties.
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