MOBILITY & JOINT SUPPORT
What Is Glucosamine Sulphate?
Glucosamine sulphate is a natural occurring substance found in the fluid around the body's joints. The body uses it to create chemicals that build tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and joint fluid. Glucosamine sulphate is recommended for those suffering with osteoarthritis, specifically in the knee.
Known Benefits of Glucosamine Sulphate
Glucosamine sulphate has been shown to help with osteoarthritis of the knee. Here's how:
• Glucosamine sulphate increases fluid around the knee joint, increasing flexibility and cushioning.
• It helps prevent cartilage and joint fluid breakdown.
• Glucosamine sulphate produces cartilage and helps repair damaged cartilage.
• It can slow the progression of osteoarthritis and help reduce pain levels.
• It may help with the pain associated with temporomandibular joint arthritis (TMJ).
• In some people, glucosamine sulphate may decrease the need for knee surgery or replacement.
• It can be used to increase knee movement after a sporting injury.
For osteoarthritis and TMJ, it's recommended that both men and women take 500 mg three times a day.
Natural Food Sources
There are no primary natural food sources for glucosamine sulphate. It is found naturally in the shells of crabs, lobsters, and other shellfish.
Reasons to Take
If you suffer from knee pain due to osteoarthritis, consider taking glucosamine sulphate if:
• You're looking for a natural way to reduce knee pain.
• You want to slow down the degeneration of your knees.
• You want to postpone the need for knee surgery as long as possible.
• You have jaw pain accompanied with clicking in the jaw joint.
Glucosamine Sulphate Works Well With
• Chondroitin sulfate
• Shark cartlidge
Glucosamine sulphate works with your body to naturally reduce the pain associated with osteoarthritis and other degenerative bone diseases. If you think it could help with your joint pain, browse the selection of supplements available through Filtur. You're sure to find what you need to improve your bone and joint health.