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What does Chondroitin do?

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What does Chondroitin do?

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Chondroitin Sulfate is a component of cartilage. In molecular terms, it is a gigantic molecule, mainly composed of repeated chains of glucosamine sulfate. Because of this, it functions in a way that is similar to glucosamine. Many of the clinical studies with chondroitin utilized injected forms of chondroitin, something we imagine you would prefer to avoid on a daily basis. Fortunately, because Flexicose is a liquid, our chondroitin sulfate boasts a higher bioavailability and quicker absorption than mere solid tablets or capsules. Remember those low absorption rates with pills? The chondroitin, just like the 13 other specially formulated ingredients in every dose of Flexicose, helps the glucosamine do its job better.

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