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November 18, 2020 by admin

Is Chondroitin the same as Glucosamine?

Chondroitin is a compound that is found in cartilage and connective tissue. It has become a popular supplement due to its purported benefits of helping maintain joint health and deal with joint pain. It’s recommended by some experts for patients that are dealing with arthritisjoint weakness, or joint pain.

The question is – does chondroitin work? There have been many studies that have been done on the supplement and it’s been mostly inconclusive. However, many people have reported that taking the supplement reduced their joint pain. So it does have benefits for people looking for a natural way to deal with their pain.

Many consumers wonder what foods contain chondroitin since it’s still a fairly uncommon ingredient. The answer is that it’s mostly found in connective tissues and bones of animal products. Since most people do not consume these parts of meat, it’s very difficult to get chondroitin from natural sources.

Chondroitin is often combined with glucosamine for joint pain. Some products sell chondroitin separately, but many popular products combine the two to offer maximum benefits. As far as doses go, products can contain anywhere from 1000 to 2000mg of the ingredient.

The side effects of this supplement are mild. There may be skin problems such as rashes and hives. Some people may experience gastrointestinal distress. The supplement does have interactions with various medications like NSAIDs. They may also have negative effects on people with certain health conditions like asthma.

Overall, the supplement can help with joint discomfort and pain, but it is advisable to consult with a doctor before you start taking it regularly.

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