There are 2 main types of glucosamine available; glucosamine sulphate and glucosamine hydrochloride.
Both forms offer equal joint support but the hydrochloride version is the best form to take when looking to minimise your salt (sodium) intake.
- Supports joint health
- Helps aging joints
- Sodium free
Many glucosamine supplements can contain salt but fortunately this one is salt (sodium) free.
This means they can be taken safely by those seeking to keep their salt intake down, as well as those on low sodium diets.
|Each capsule contains:|
|Glucosamine (as 2KCl pure powder) 500g|
provided by 670mg glucosamine sulphate 2KCl
|Gelatine capsule shell|
|Glucosamine sulphate is derived from crustaceans (the outer cases of shell fish eg. shrimp) and should be avoided by those suffering from sea food or shell fish allergy.|
Most people find that using a high intake of 1500mg glucosamine (3 capsules) daily is best for the first month to six weeks. Thereafter a lower intake of around 1000mg (2 capsules) appears to be enough.
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My wife and I have been taking this Glucosamine for 4 years and we find that due to non-salt product, we can control our blood pressure in a better level and knee problems are not yet to experience due to the effect of this medicine.