Joint Complex + Glucosamine + MSM
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- Supports Healthy Joints*
- Tendon & Cartilage Health*
- Maintains Healthy Well Being
- 90 Tablets / 1 per Serving / 1 Serving per Day
Glucosamine is a natural compound present in almost all human tissue and highly concentrated in joint tissue and cartilage. Glucosamine is essential to produce compounds necessary for healthy joint tissue and cartilage.
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is a naturally occurring sulfur compound found in humans, animals, and plants. Rich in sulfur, MSM plays an essential role in maintaining healthy tissues.
Studies have shown that glucosamine has inflammatory response and chondroprotective properties (substances that protect articular cartilage) and supports the synthesis of cartilage tissue and inhibits cartilage degradation from wearing out.* Glucosamine is essential to produce proteoglycans, hyaluronic acid, and mucopolysaccharides, which are compounds necessary for healthy joint tissue and cartilage.
MSM is a rich source of sulfur, an important part in supporting healthy tissues. This includes promoting growth of hair, skin, and nails, and supporting joint health by promoting the body’s ability to synthesize collagen for connective tissue health and cell membrane flexibility.*
Studies have shown that glucosamine has a synergistic effect when combined with either MSM and chitosan in bioavailability, absorption, and performance.
Glucosamine from this product is derived from crab and shrimp.
MSM is derived from dimethyl sulfoxide.
Potential Side Effects or Precautions
Glucosamine should not be used by individuals with severe shellfish allergy. In rare cases, glucosamine has been associated with mild gastrointestinal symptoms.
Consult a physician if pregnant or lactating. When taking any dietary supplement, it is highly advised that you consult your physician.
Potential Drug Interactions
Glucosamine has possible contraindication with blood thinning medications.
When taking any dietary supplement, it is highly advised that you consult your physician.