Everything you need to know about Glucosamine

Glucosamine is a natural chemical compound in the human body. It is actually the building block of cartilage (the rubbery tissue that cushions bones and forms the joints) and joint tissue. As we get older, the levels of this compound begin to drop, leading to a slow collapse of the joint.  There is evidence, that Glucosamine sulfate supplements help counteract this effect.

Glucosamine supplements could ease joint pain effectively. As studies show, glucosamine supplements provide relief for mild to moderate osteoarthritis, especially osteoarthritis of the knee and promote healthy aging.

Furthermore, Glucosamine has been reported to have beneficial effects on rheumatoid arthritis and other conditions, such as inflammatory bowel disease, as well as speeding the process of healing of strains and sprains and controlling of back pain.

In most studies, the recommended dosage for treating osteoarthritis is 500 milligrams of glucosamine sulfate, three times a day.

Unfortunately, there are not any natural food sources of glucosamine, even though glucosamine sulfate supplements are often manufactured from the shells of shellfish.

Supplements with Glucosamine Sulfate, such as DIAS®, can assist in maintaining the cartilage in joints healthy, slowing and possibly halting osteoarthritis-related damage to joints.

 

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