Why take GlucoMax?

Joint pain is an extremely debilitating ailment to have. Living with any pain is difficult, but living with pain in weight bearing joints i.e knees, hips or ankles can be even worse. It is a pain that is hard to treat as it is not a muscular pain. It's much harder to treat the pain of cartilage wear and tear.

Luckily, GlucoMax contains Glucosamine which helps protect cartilage from wear and tear that can occur as we age or from injury. But it can also be used simply to maintain healthy joints. Worn & torn joints can lead to pain, especially on movement, stiffness, especially after periods of inactiveness, and swollen joints. By taking GlucoMax daily, cartilage tissue will become more lubricated, so you can help prevent such eventualities as painful, stiff, swollen joints and relieve your symptoms effectively.

What is Glucosamine and why is it important?

Glucosamine plays an important part in the production, maintenance, and repair of cartilage (a cushion that exists between the meeting of two bones) that prevents them from rubbing against each other creating pain as we move. It also helps form ligaments, tendons, and nails.

Our joints should produce a sufficient amount of glucosamine naturally within our bodies to keep our cartilage in good condition. If this does not happen, cartilage can dry out, degenerate, crack, and may even completely wear away. Left unprotected, joints can become swollen, stiff, inflamed, tender, and painful, leading to osteoarthritis.

It is glucosamine that stimulates the production of the two essential building blocks of cartilage - glycosaminoglycans and proteoglycans, which helps to slow down this degenerative process and maintain joint health.

Take GlucoMax to:

  • Increase joint lubrication & mobility
  • Help decrease pain, swelling & inflammation on the joint
  • Helps protect joints from wear & tear
  • Helps maintain joint health

Is it right for me?

Glucosamine supplements are widely used for those who suffer from Osteoarthritis. In osteoarthritis, cartilage can become stiff and lose elasticity. This makes the joint prone to damage and may lead to pain, loss of movement, swelling and finally further deterioration.