Chondroitin, or - chondroitin sulfate glycosaminoglycan in the form of proteoglycan, is one of the most important components of the connective tissue (tendons and joints).
Chondroitin prevents the entry of water and nutrients into the inflamed tendons and joints. At the same time, it permits other substances to go to the connective tissue.
People with atherosclerosis disease are advised to take large doses (about 10 grams per day, taken 2 times with food). After several months of treatment, the dose drops to 1.5 g., taken 3 times a day.
When treating arthritis, the used dose is 1.2 grams per day, divided into 3 doses. Chondroitin is often combined with glucosamine, which has a similar action. Often taken along with vitamin C.
Lately, it became very popular for people to take substances for"joints", "bones", "strong back", "life without pain", "ease of movement" and others. They all aim to strengthen bones and joints.
The basic component in every drug or supplement for the bone tissue and articular surfaces is the substance, called chondroitin (sulfate).
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