Is glucosamine sulphate good for joints?
Glucosamine sulphate supplements are recommended by some GPs in the UK for people who have osteoarthritis, a condition that affects the joints. This is because there is some evidence that glucosamine sulphate can help reduce inflammation and pain, and help with joint movement. This particular type of glucosamine is recommended because this is the kind that has been used in more than 90% of studies investigating the effect of glucosamine on osteoarthritis. Some people think that glucosamine sulphate can also help prevent osteoarthritis, but at the moment there isn’t reliable evidence to support this. Some people believe that taking glucosamine sulphate supplements will help their joints when they’re exercising. However, even though there have been claims that glucosamine sulphate can help reduce the pain of injury, there is little evidence to support this for people who don’t have osteoarthritis. If you’re taking part in a sport or another type of physical exercise, it’s a good idea to