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Glucosamine HCl 1000mg

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Glucosamine Hydrochloride is from vegetable origin and is shellfish free.

About this product

Glucosamine is an amino sugar, meaning it is made from a protein molecule mixed with a sugar molecule. It occurs naturally in the body, although production may decrease with age. Glucosamine is not easily obtained from food sources, so supplements provide a safe and easy way to top up. Many Glucosamine supplements are sourced from shellfish, Natures Aid® Glucosamine HCI is from vegetable origin (produced by fermentation) and is free from shellfish and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Each Natures Aid Glucosamine HCl tablet provides 1000mg Glucosamine HCl.

More Information
Categories Joint Health and Vegan
Status Hard oval tablet
Form & Pack Size 19.9mm length & 8.6mm width oblong tablet
Pack Size: 90
Dosage Instructions Take 1-2 tablets per day with food.
Do not exceed the recommended intake
Age Restriction Suitable for all ages but it is advised to reduce dosage according to age and weight
Packaging 250ml Green PET Bottle
EFSA approved claims None

Per Tablet:

Glucosamine Hydrochloride 1000mg *

Microcrystalline Cellulose, Anticaking Agent (Vegetable Source Magnesium Stearate).

  • Vegetarian & Vegan. 
  • No artificial colours or flavours. 
  • FREE FROM: GM, corn, dairy, lactose, gluten, wheat, yeast, nuts, salt, soya, starch and sugar.
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