Glucosamine Bioiberica

Glucosamine

For your pet's joint health

Joint cartilage is made up of 60/80% water, 8% glycosaminoglycans, which are responsible for maintaining the properties of cartilage, 2% chondrocytes and collagen. Glucosamine is a natural glycosaminoglycan found in cartilage that, when administered together with Chondroitin Sulfate, protects against osteoarthritis. 

What is it? What is it for?

The most important mechanisms of action of glucosamine include: 

  • Supply of glucosamine, as a structural unit of cartilage.
  • Cellular protective effect: eliminates free radicals.

The secondary mechanisms of action also include:

  • Blocking of metalloprotease activity.
  • Anti-inflammatory action.
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