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 Does glucosamine help your arthritis get better?

Answer No -- glucosamine works to improve cartilage, joint fluids, and thus improve flexibility which may make arthritic joints less painful. You can certainly give it a try, although it is a rather expe... Read More »
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How do I buy Glucosamine DS?

Buying Glucosamine DSConsult your physician before purchasing any dietary supplement. Glucosamine DS, also known as Cosamin DS, is a nutritional supplement containing glucosmine, manganese and chon... Read More »
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How much glucosamine should one give a dog?

On One Hand: Dosage is Based on WeightA good rule of thumb is to give your dog 750mg of glucosamine per 50 pounds of weight. Look for the types of glucosamine, which are sulfate, HCL or 2KCL. Many ... Read More »
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Can glucosamine cause diabetes?

Diabetes is caused by autoimmune dysfunction or by the body's inability to use natural insulin. Although the use of large amounts of glucosamine appears to affect insulin sensitivity in both diabet... Read More »
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What is glucosamine derived from?

Glucosamine is a naturally-occurring compound in our bodies that helps create the cartilage that cushions and protects joints throughout our skeletal structure. Glucosamine supplements are derived ... Read More »
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