What is glucosamine and how to choose glucosamine correctly?
I believe everyone is familiar with glucosamine. As long as cartilage damage is involved, basically, doctors will prescribe glucosamine for patients to use. So, for glucosamine, do you also have the same question: Is it useful to eat glucosamine?
Glucosamine, also known as glucosamine or glucosamine, is a water-soluble drug belonging to a monosaccharide. The reason why glucosamine is widely used for various types of cartilage damage is mainly due to the composition of human cartilage. Human cartilage contains glucosamine. Therefore, everyone thinks that eating glucosamine is beneficial to human cartilage.
Clinical experience and related studies have shown that glucosamine has a certain effect on cartilage damage of abrasion and degeneration, but it has almost no effect on traumatic cartilage damage.
Because glucosamine is absorbed through the gastrointestinal route, it needs to be digested and absorbed and then transported to the joints. Therefore, the amount of supplementation is very weak, which requires us to persist in using it for a long time. Stick to it for 6-8 weeks at a time, 2-3 times a year.