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Glucosamine
Definition

What does Glucosamine do for the body

Glucosamine is an amino sugar. It is the building block of joint tissues and cartilage. It occurs naturally within the Cartilage of the joints. It plays a major role in production, maintenance and repair of the cartilage. It stimulates the production of Synovial fluid and Glycosaminoglycans and Proteoglycans which are essential building blocks of the cartilage.
It is a component of Blood vessels, Heart valves and mucus secretions. It is Body's natural shock absorbent and Joint lubricant. It allows the Body to move around without or with less pain in the Joint, Muscle and Bones.
It can be obtained from supplements and from natural resources like Bone Broth.
Glucoseamine provides natural relief from Arthritis and lowers inflammation and bone pain. It aids Digestion and stimulates better Digestive health.

Daily requirement of Glucosamine
500 mg to 1500 mg. You can take it alone or in combination with supplements.

What are the functions of Glucosamine in the Body
Glucosamine is made from the chain of sugars and proteins bound together. Glucosamine Sulphate is the most effective form of Glucosamine for the Body. Sulphate helps in the production of cartilage and thus plays an important role for joint health.
Glucosamine has Chondroprotective effect and repairs injuries in the Joints.
The Antiinflammatory property of Glucosamine reduces inflammation in the Synovial joints, Blood vessels and in the Endothelial cells.
It is effective in managing Osteoarthritis. It reduces the pain of Osteoarthritis which occurs because of inflammation of the joints. It slows the progression of the disease. Glucosamine is absorbed faster and effectively by the Body. It thus soothes sore joints and maintains joint flexibility. It maintains the health of existing joint tissues and aids in rebuilding healthy new cartilage.
Glucosamine is required by the body for the synthesis of certain proteins and lipids that form the cartilage. It is used for the construction of our joints, tendons and ligaments. They help in forming Synovial fluids that lubricate the joints.
Glucosamine helps to form connective tissues of the Digestive tract. Digestive system helps in effective functioning of the Immune system function.

What are the Benefits of Glucosamine
Preserves Joint health and improves state of Osteoarthritis
Reduces Joint Pains
Rebuilds tissues and aids stronger Bones following injuries or fracture
Protects and repair Gut lining and Leaky Gut Syndrome
Fights Stomach, Bladder and Intestinal irritation
Improves Digestion and Treats Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Side Effects of Glucosamine
Avoid Glucosamine supplements containing Shellfish or Seafood if you are allergic to them. Carefully read the ingredients.
Consult your Doctor or Physician if you are Pregnant or Breastfeeding before intake.
Consult your Doctor first if you are Diabetic or have High Cholesterol. Glucoasamine may cause changes in your Cholesterol, Insulin and Blood Sugar levels.
Glucosamine supplements may cause rare side effects as:
Indigestion
Nausea
Diarrhea
Constipation
Skin reactions
Headache
Heartburn
 
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