Glucosamine Sulfate 750mg

180 Capsules

DRB-00086

Health interest: Joint Health
  • Doctor’s Best Glucosamine Sulfate plays an important role in the manufacturing of proteoglycans in healthy joints.*

  • Glucosamine sulfate provides sulfur, key component of proteoglycans in joint tissue.

  • It contains pure, sodium-free, potassium stabilized glucosamine sulfate

  • The purified glucosamine sulfate is stabilized with potassium chloride.

  • Gluten Free, Non-GMO, Soy Free

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180 Capsules

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What is Doctor’s Best Glucosamine Sulfate?

Doctor’s Best Glucosamine Sulfate supports joint structure and function and supplies the body with building blocks for cartilage and connective tissues. Doctor’s Best Glucosamine Sulfate contains pure, sodium-free, potassium stabilized glucosamine sulfate as confirmed by HPLC testing. The purified glucosamine sulfate is stabilized with potassium chloride.

How does it work?

Cartilage, a connective tissue, is composed of protein fibers (chiefly collagen) and clusters of complex molecules called “proteoglycans.” A proteoglycan consists of a long protein (polypeptide) with many side polysaccharide chains attached to it. The attached side chains are polysaccharides—chiefly chondroitin sulfate and keratin sulfate. Glucosamine is a key component of keratin sulfate and hyaluronic acid, another glycosaminoglycan found in cartilage and other connective tissues. Galactosamine is a key amino sugar in chondroitin sulfate. Glucosamine sulfate provides sulfur in the form of sulfate, a key component of both chondroitin sulfate and keratin sulfate found in cartilage, bone and the cornea.

What is the source of your glucosamine?

It comes from the shells of shellfish, shrimp and crab shells contain a polymen called chitin.  Chitin is processed into glucosamine.

Why is the glucosamine in Doctor's Best products sodium‐free?

All glucosamine sulfate must be stabilized with either sodium chloride, which is table salt, or potassium chloride. We use only potassium-stabilized glucosamine sulfate, so that you get a little extra potassium instead of more sodium.

If allergic to shellfish, is it safe to take Glucosamine Sulfate?

Although the shells glucosamine are used to make glucosamine, people allergic to shellfish should avoid.

What is the country of origin for Doctor's Best products?

Doctor’s Best products are quality tested and manufactured in the United States using highly qualified cGMP manufacturers and raw material ingredients. Doctor’s Best sources raw materials from around the world and ingredients are subject to the intense testing and verification regardless of geography of origin.

Consult your healthcare provider before use if you are taking any prescription medications or if you have a medical condition.

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What is Doctor’s Best Glucosamine Sulfate?

Doctor’s Best Glucosamine Sulfate supports joint structure and function and supplies the body with building blocks for cartilage and connective tissues. Doctor’s Best Glucosamine Sulfate contains pure, sodium-free, potassium stabilized glucosamine sulfate as confirmed by HPLC testing. The purified glucosamine sulfate is stabilized with potassium chloride.

How does it work?

Cartilage, a connective tissue, is composed of protein fibers (chiefly collagen) and clusters of complex molecules called “proteoglycans.” A proteoglycan consists of a long protein (polypeptide) with many side polysaccharide chains attached to it. The attached side chains are polysaccharides—chiefly chondroitin sulfate and keratin sulfate. Glucosamine is a key component of keratin sulfate and hyaluronic acid, another glycosaminoglycan found in cartilage and other connective tissues. Galactosamine is a key amino sugar in chondroitin sulfate. Glucosamine sulfate provides sulfur in the form of sulfate, a key component of both chondroitin sulfate and keratin sulfate found in cartilage, bone and the cornea.

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What is the source of your glucosamine?

It comes from the shells of shellfish, shrimp and crab shells contain a polymen called chitin.  Chitin is processed into glucosamine.

Why is the glucosamine in Doctor's Best products sodium‐free?

All glucosamine sulfate must be stabilized with either sodium chloride, which is table salt, or potassium chloride. We use only potassium-stabilized glucosamine sulfate, so that you get a little extra potassium instead of more sodium.

If allergic to shellfish, is it safe to take Glucosamine Sulfate?

Although the shells glucosamine are used to make glucosamine, people allergic to shellfish should avoid.

What is the country of origin for Doctor's Best products?

Doctor’s Best products are quality tested and manufactured in the United States using highly qualified cGMP manufacturers and raw material ingredients. Doctor’s Best sources raw materials from around the world and ingredients are subject to the intense testing and verification regardless of geography of origin.

Safety

Consult your healthcare provider before use if you are taking any prescription medications or if you have a medical condition.