Glucosamine is a major component of joint cartilage and is also found in the synovial fluid around our joints. It plays a vital role in supporting support cartilage and joint function and has also been shown to help support the elasticity and integrity of the connective tissue around joints.
Glucosamine may also support back and spinal health, as well as joint function. It is a good option to support healthy inflammation management.
Glucosamine helps to support cartilage health and function. Cartilage is a flexible, tough connective tissue that functions as a padding or cushion for bones and joints. Long-term use may alleviate discomfort associated with swollen joints and cartilage wear.
Glucosamine supports healthy levels of collagen and proteoglycans necessary for cartilage growth and function.
Glucosamine helps support the health and function of the body’s connective tissue.
Glucosamine supports healthy joint function and mobility while helping to soothe joint discomfort.
Glucosamine may be beneficial for individuals who have experienced wear and tear on their joints due to the natural aging process.
It is also useful for those undergoing strenuous exercise regimes that put pressure on the joints, such as marathon runners, or weightlifters.
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