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    Default For the fighters, does Glucosamine and Shark Cartilage work for you?

    Hi everyone, particularly martial artists, I've been using Glucosamine and Shark Cartilage that I got from www.belllifestyleproducts.com to repair my shins, knees, and knuckles from training and it has helped me recover faster for sparring and training. However, it could all just be mental. Do any of you have experience using Glucosamine and Shark Cartilage to strengthen and repair your bones and joints?

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    I have used glucosamine, I don't think there were any 'wow this works' reaction, however you could say I've had less issues with joints over a prolonged useage... I guess it comes down to giving the body enough of what it needs?

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    Shark cartilage has one effect only: pointless slaughter of sharks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muaythai15 View Post
    Hi everyone, particularly martial artists, I've been using Glucosamine and Shark Cartilage that I got from www.belllifestyleproducts.com to repair my shins, knees, and knuckles from training and it has helped me recover faster for sparring and training. However, it could all just be mental. Do any of you have experience using Glucosamine and Shark Cartilage to strengthen and repair your bones and joints?
    Glucosamine (constituent of cartilage and synovial fluid) is great for Arthritis, but not in the normal doses, the recommended dosage for osteo arthritis is 500 mg to 1000 mg 1-3 times per day (taken away from food) I have personally been advised by a Consultant Rhumatologist to take 1500 mg per day
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