Vegan Glucosamine for healthy joints
Glucosamine Vegan is a 100% non-shellfish, non-animal-derived glucosamine, suitable for vegetarians people allergic to shell fish. It is GMO-free and without typical residual impurities that may be found in alternative sources.
Glucosamine Vegan can be consumed by everyone, including vegetarians and people with shellfish allergies. The environmentally friendly source and production process for Glucosamin Vegan glucosamine ensures a very consistent product with minimal environmental footprint.
This means issues like contaminants and environmental impact related to marine creatures and shellfish farming operations can be avoided.
The source of raw material for the production of fungal glucosamine sulfate is Aspergillus niger biomass, a by-product of the citric acid production process.
Aspergillus niger is not known to be toxic or pathogenic for humans and the specifications for glucosamine sulfate from both the shellfish and fungal sources are similar.
Glucosamine´s role is to maintain the cartilage in your joints. Cartilage provides a cushioning effect for our joints, and glucosamine is a key building block of joint cartilage and joint synovial fluid.
It is an essential structural component of glycosaminoglycans, the building blocks that help lubricate joints, nourish cartilage and connective tissue, assist in wound healing and support the strong, healthy structure of skin and joints.
Glucosamine also stimulates the synthesis of proteoglycans, resulting in tissue that holds water to give cartilage thickness and its cushioning effect.Benefits of Glucosamine Vegan:
- 100% vegetable source Glucosamine
- guaranteed free of shell fish and other animal products
- same molecular structure than Glucosamine made from shellfish
- suitable for vegans, vegetarians and those, allergic to shell-fish
- optimised with Vitamin C and Manganese
- ideal to relieve joint pain and improve function
- supports the rebuilding of cartilage
- GMO-free, filled in vegetarian capsule
- sustainable source of glucosamine