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Glucosamine is an amino sugar used to create glycosaminoglycans and synovial fluid that keeps the joints cushioned and well lubricated. Glucosamine is important for the structure and function of cartilage in the joints of the body.
It helps to stimulate the cells that produce these glycosaminoglycans and normalise cartilage metabolism by inhibiting their breakdown and exerting anti-inflammatory effects.
Pro-Life's Glucosamine 1500mg is a Maxi Strength formula to help you care for your bodies cartilage and joints.
Adults: Take 1 tablet daily with food, or as professionally recommended
Each tablet provides:
Glucosamine Sulphate 1500mg, Boron (chelate) 1mg.
This product contains tabletting aids and coating colour.
Seek professional health advice if pregnant, lactating, suffering from a medical condition, taking medication, experiencing seafood allergies, or a child before supplementing. In rare cases, glucosamine may cause gastrointestinal discomfort.
Maxi strength glucosamine 1500MG
Glucosamine is an important building block needed by the body to manufacture glycosaminoglycans, key structural components of cartilage. It helps to stimulate the cells that produce these glycosaminoglycans and normalise cartilage
Glucosamine 1500 containing glucosamine and boron provides important and positive influences on the health of the bone and joint. Glucosamine is an amino sugar used to create glycosaminoglycans and synovial fluid that keep the joints cushioned and well lubricated. It is important for the maintenance of the structure and function of cartilage in the joints of the body.
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