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Glucosamine and Chondroitin

 

For many years now, people have been searching for a more natural pain relief supplement to help cope with arthritis issues. Liquid Glucosamine supplements have been the most popular for the last decade or so. So what is Glucosamine? Our bodies produce Glucosamine naturally. However, as we grow older we lose the ability to produce sufficient quantities. When you have a Glucosamine deficiency, cartilage hardens and bone spurs develop, which leads to deformities in the joints that can be extremely painful. Your mobility, or even daily activities, can become very limited; this is how osteoarthritis develops.

Glucosamine and chondroitin are known to go hand in hand when it comes to joint and cartilage protection and growth. What is chondroitin? “Chondroitin is a molecule that occurs naturally in the body. It is a major component of cartilage - the tough, connective tissue that cushions the joints. Chondroitin helps to keep cartilage healthy by absorbing fluid (particularly water) into the connective tissue. It may also block enzymes that break down cartilage, and it provides the building blocks for the body to produce new cartilage.”


In your quest to find a liquid Glucosamine supplement that contains chondroitin you may come across many that have extremely high amounts of both. Sometimes more is not always better. Recent studies have shown that in the digestive process, very little chondroitin is absorbed.†† This is due to its large molecular makeup.† In a high-quality liquid form, much more Glucosamine is absorbed (80-85%, as opposed to 15-20% for pills or capsules.)††

Since that is the case, it is far more beneficial to have a greater amount of pharmaceutical quality Glucosamine Sulfate and HCL.†† Adding more chondroitin to a liquid Glucosamine supplement would provide little benefit and would add significantly to product cost. The recommended dosage for Glucosamine is between 1200-1500mg daily.† Anything over 1500mg and the body will simply rid of naturally. To find out more information on liquid Glucosamine and chondroitin visit http://activexamerica.com/syn-flex/glucosamine.php.

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