How to eat Glucosamine Sulfate for better effect?
In Europe, glucosamine is the only nutraceutical product recognized by the medical community that can improve bone and joint diseases, and it is the only drug that can restore the biosynthesis of proteoglycans that have been destroyed in bone joints and can prevent the onset of osteoarthritis.
However, there may be some problems with the use of glucosamine.
What is the role of glucosamine sulfate and which patients are suitable for it?
It can stimulate chondrocytes to produce proteoglycans with normal multimer structure, improve the repair ability of chondrocytes, reduce the hydrolytic damage to the articular cartilage matrix, promote the repair of cartilage matrix, and delay the process of osteoarthritis.
Why do some people not respond to glucosamine sulfate?
Glucosamine sulfate 2NaCL can be used as a treatment option for early and middle-stage osteoarthritis. Still, it is not effective for end-stage osteoarthritis patients with severe wear of articular cartilage.
What is the difference between glucosamine hydrochloride vs glucosamine sulfate?
Glucosamine is a natural amino monosaccharide extracted from shrimp, crabs, and other shelled sea creatures. There are mainly two types of "glucosamine hydrochloride" and "glucosamine sulfate" on the market. Their effects are the same, but there are slight differences in side effects, salt content, price, purity, and absorption effect.