Joint Juice is just one example of what I'm talking about. Clever name, right? Something that would catch your attention in an advertisement or on a store shelf? But you should look beyond that and learn about the product. Joint Juice is a liquid (juice-based) dietary supplement -- with 1500 mg glucosamine and vitamin C as its main ingredients. The makers of Joint Juice claim that, in healthy people, there is improved joint function and flexibility in 4 to 8 weeks after beginning to drink Joint Juice. However, the claims are not based on any apparent clinical studies nor have they been evaluated by the FDA. It's always wise to discuss any supplement or new treatment you wish to try with your doctor. Learn more in Joint Juice - What Osteoarthritis Patients Need to Know.
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- How Much Glucosamine Should a Patient Take to Achieve a Beneficial Effect?
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