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- On June 20, 2013
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Glucosamine and chondroitin
Glucosamine can prevent osteoporosis by repairing articular cartilages, producing synovial fluids, and preventing hard friction between articular surfaces. It can also relieve the pain, swelling and bone fricative etc.
Chondroitin can adjust the collagen and fibers compositions and improve organ and tissue functions.
MSM can increase the permeability of cell membranes and reduce inflammations of the joints.
There is a significant loss of glucosamine as age increases. Articular cartilages are damaged and degenerated. Calcium is lost and bones become soft and fragile. Due to the loss of synovial fluid and the degeneration of articular cartilages, there will be hard friction between bones, which will cause pain, swelling and other arthritis.
The antioxidants in seal oil and grape seeds can keep bones flexible; vegetable & fruit and oyster shell extract can supply necessary calcium and make bones stronger.
Glucosamine sulfate can stimulate chondrocytes, form collagen, hyaluronic acid and articular cartilages. Bones are surrounded by articular cartilages which are wrapped by joint capsules. Joint capsules are filled with synovial fluids which act as a buffer and prevent the hard frictions.
MSM can increase the permeability of the cell membrane. When an inflammation occurs, the pressure inside the cell increases and toxins cumulate, causing pain and swelling. MSM will help the exchange of the fluids, making it easier for the nutrients outside the cell to into the cell and the toxins inside the cell being exported to the outside.
Chondroitins can keep the joints smooth. Hyaluronic acid makes up 27%-43% of the articular cartilages, offering elasticity.
-people with rheumatalgia, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoporosis
-people frequently doing sports
Glucosamine & Chondroitin—–one tablet per day, target people double the dosage
Vegetable & fruit and oyster shell extract—–one tablet per day
Grape seed extract—–two capsules per day
Seal oil—–two soft gels per day