£15.99

Purely Health Direct – Glucosamine Sulphate 1500mg (360 Tablets)

  • High Strength glucosamine formula
  • Excellent formula for ageing and active individuals
  • Provides support for joints & cartilage 
  • Research supported dosage

Purely Health Direct Glucosamine Sulphate tablets provide an optimal dosage of glucosamine in a single daily tablet for anyone looking to assist the natural aging and/or an active lifestyle.

Excellent Formula for Ageing and Active Individuals | High Strength Glucosamine

1-2 Tablets to be Taken Daily with Water

Description

As a single daily tablet, our glucosamine supplements provide an optimal dosage of glucosamine. If you are looking for nutritional support for your joints and cartilage, these are the perfect supplements. While glucosamine is naturally found in the body, its synthesis is lessened with age and with physical trauma. Supplementation is a convenient way to ensure that the body has enough because it is not readily available in the diet.

 

Nutrition Information

Nutrition Information Per Tablet (mg) %NRV
Glucosamine Sulphate 2KCl 1500

– %NRV Not established
Ingredients:

  • Glucosamine Sulphate 2KCl (Crustaceans)
  • Bulking Agent (Microcrystalline Cellulose)
  • Anti-caking Agents (Magnesium Stearate; Stearic Acid).

 

Directions for Use: Take 1-2 tablets per day with water.

Storage Instructions: Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight.

  • For Allergens, see in bold above
  • Not suitable for vegetarians

Guidance Notice
This product is a food supplement and should be used in conjunction with a diverse and healthy diet, not in place of food. Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage. Keep out of the reach of young children. Take supplements only after consulting a physician or pharmacist. Not recommended for children. Before taking Glucosamine supplements, pregnant and lactating women and individuals taking medications should consult their doctors.

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If you are having continual joint pain than please consult your GP. For more information about joint pain please visit the NHS website here

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