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Glucosamine Joint Support Nutritional Supplement Review

Do you have problems with sore joints, tendinitis, back pain, etc.? 
Overtime weight training can put a lot of stress on your joints, 
tendons, and ligaments. This can really slow down your workouts 
and progress in the gym. 

The joints most often affected are the weight bearing joints, such 
as the knees, elbows, hips, lower back, and the small joints of the 
hands. The pain in these joints is the result of cartilage damage, 
the main reason being the cumulative effects of years of use of 
the joints compounded by the inability to restore joint cartilage. 

The current treatment for joint pain includes the use of aspirin 
and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen. 
These medications provide only the short term benefits in the 
relief of both the pain and inflammation. 

There is a natural substance found in high concentrations in our 
joint structures known as Glucosamine. Numerous double blind 
studies have shown that Glucosamine produces better results in 
the treatment of joint pain than traditional drug therapy. The 
main function of glucosamine is to stimulate the manufacture of 
substances necessary for joint repair. Glucosamine is a well 
tolerated, natural treatment. There have been no reported adverse 
reactions. In rare instances, some gastric discomfort was reported 
but was easily relieved by taking the supplement with food. 

For the last few months I have been supplementing with 
Glucosamine and I find that it works great! I used to frequently 
have pain in my elbows, knees, and shoulders. But after a 
couple weeks of taking Glucosamine I havenít had any 
problems with joint pain. And I have been able to train harder 
and lift heavier weights. I highly recommend it for anyone 
who suffers from joint pain. 

While there are almost no side effects of glucosamine, here's what you need to know:

  • If you are allergic to shellfish you should consult your physician before using glucosamine products. Glucosamine is derived from shellfish.
  • If you are pregnant or lactating you should consult your physician before beginning to take glucosamine.
  • Glucosamine sulfate may increase the risk of developing insulin resistance and could decrease the metabolic actions of insulin. Although glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate are biochemically classed as carbohydrates (sugars), the body is not able to break them down into glucose, so these compounds do not raise blood sugar by providing an additional source of glucose. However, many factors can affect insulin secretion and blood glucose levels in diabetic patients, and we recommend that individuals with diabetes check their blood glucose levels frequently when initiating glucosamine into their regimen.
  • High dosages of glucosamine may cause gastric problems, nausea , diarrhea, indigestion, and heartburn. Glucosamine should be taken with meals to help avoid these problems.

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