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Biotrex uses Glucosamine Hydrochloride. Is there a difference between that and Glucosamine Sulfate?

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Biotrex uses Glucosamine Hydrochloride. Is there a difference between that and Glucosamine Sulfate?

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A lot of products use the sulfate form, and we know that it certainly works. The hydrochloride form has been used for many years too and it works just as well. After oral administration, glucosamine sulfate is split into glucosamine and sulfate ion. During the preparation of glucosamine sulfate, sodium and potassium are added and as a result only about 63 percent of glucosamine sulfate is actual glucosamine but about 83 percent of Glucosamine Hydrochloride is actual glucosamine. Therefore, you get more glucosamine per tablet from Glucosamine Hydrochloride than from glucosamine sulfate. Biotrex Vitamins give you more of what you need.

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