Now Foods Vegetarian Glucosamine & Msm , Veg-Capsules, 240-Count

Glucosamine is an essential substrate for the;formation of glycoaminoglycans (GAG’s) and proteoglycans, which are the main components of cartilage tissue. GAG’s and proteoglycans trap and hold water, forming a dense fluid cushion within the joint and thus, provide lubrication and shock absorption.MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) is a natural source of organic sulfur, a mineral necessary for the

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Glucosamine is an essential substrate for the;formation of glycoaminoglycans (GAG’s) and proteoglycans, which are the main components of cartilage tissue. GAG’s and proteoglycans trap and hold water, forming a dense fluid cushion within the joint and thus, provide lubrication and shock absorption.MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) is a natural source of organic sulfur, a mineral necessary for the production of proteoglycans.*NOW’s unique and synergistic formula is suitable for;vegetarians, because it contains only Glucosamine from a vegetarian source and not from shellfish.

Product Features

  • Joint Health
  • Serving Size: 2 Vcaps
  • Servings Per Container: 120

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Ian Mazursky says:

Now Foods Vegetarian Glucosamine & Msm , Veg-Capsules, 240-Count Ive been using the Now Foods Vegetarian Glucosamine & Msm capsules for years.They are one of the only Glucosamine & Msm supplements on the market that are not derived from or contain shellfish or animal products.Being a vegetarian can sometimes make it hard to find pills that are vegetarian friendly.The Glucosamine really does help my knees, especially in the winter.After i had most of the meniscus removed, the joint was really stiff, sticky and painful.Taking the…

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