What are the benefits?Glucosamine is produced naturally in the body from glucose and glutamic acid. Its role is to help maintain healthy joints by supporting the body’s ability to generate and regenerate cartilage - the connective tissue which is necessary for joint movement. Glucosamine provides joints with the building blocks they need to repair damage caused by ageing or sports injuries. It is also involved in the formation of nails, tendons, skin, eyes, bones, ligaments and heart valves.
What are the natural food sources?
Glucosamine sulphate does not appear in significant amounts in the diet, but is manufactured naturally in the body. Supplemental sources are derived from seashells.
How much do you need?
There is no recommended daily allowance for glucosamine sulphate.
Are there any interactions?
There are no well-known interactions with glucosamine sulphate.
Glucosamine Sulphate can be found in the following products:
Jointace Fizz 20 Tablets, Jointace Gel 75 ml, Jointace 30 Capsules.
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