A perfect and balanced combination of Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM, Collagen, hyaluronic acid to quickly relieve your pain and reduce joint inflammation.
A high-potency combination of Glucosamine, Chondroitin and MSM.
It is made by the body from glucose and the amino acid glutamine. The glucosamine thus produced plays a crucial role in maintaining the integrity of the cartilage of all joints. If, due to a metabolic deficiency or as a result of the aging process, the body no longer produces glucosamine in sufficient quantity, the cartilage begins to degenerate and osteoarthritis sets in.
In case of osteoarthritis, taking glucosamine daily provides relief from joint pain. Beyond this effect, it seems that it can stop or slow the progression of osteoarthritis, unlike conventional anti-inflammatories which, in the long term, would accelerate joint degeneration. The mechanism of action of glucosamine has not yet been elucidated, but it may increase the lubricating action of synovial fluid and slow the breakdown of cartilage.
- METHYLSULFONYLMETHANE (MSM)
Sulfur compound present in very small quantities in many foods (fruits, vegetables, grains, milk, seaweed, meat, seafood, etc. ), methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) has been available as a supplement since the late 1990s. Thanks to the sulfur it contains, MSM would help preserve immune functions and maintain connective tissues in good condition (tendons, deep dermis, collagen, cartilage, etc.). ) It would act as a catalyst in the process of transforming food into energy and would help eliminate toxins from the body.
Its effectiveness has been shown to relieve pain from inflammation and osteoarthritis, heal sports injuries faster, improve the appearance of hair and nails and reduced snoring.
Numerous studies have demonstrated its effectiveness on:
-Hair, nails and skin health
Chondroitin is an essential constituent of cartilage and is naturally produced by the body. It is also present in the bones, the skin, the cornea and the membrane of the arteries. It contributes to the formation and maintenance of cartilage tissue. The role of this tissue is to ensure the retention of water in the cartilage and its elasticity, as well as the strength and flexibility of the joints.
Like glucosamine, chondroitin is believed to relieve osteoarthritis pain and, beyond this symptomatic effect, may help stop or slow down the degeneration of joint tissues.
The mode of action of chondroitin is however still poorly understood. It is suspected that, on the one hand, it would promote the reconstruction of cartilage and partially inhibit the enzyme that destroys it (hyaluronidase). On the other hand, it would act in a similar way to glucosamine in terms of the formation of cartilage and synovial fluid.
Osteoarthritis affects women more often than men. At an older age, the disease manifests itself almost as often in men as in women.
The risk of having osteoarthritis increases with age, presumably because cartilage regenerates less well in older people.
*Achievable results and time frames vary from individual to individual and cannot be guaranteed.