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Glucomega®

Glucomega® is the combination of Triomega® and glucosamine. It is a natural and unique formula in the market. 

We had always associate glucosamine with joint care, easing symptoms of arthritis and osteoarthritis. However, studies had also shown that Glucosamine may also help to heal leaky gut and appears to reduce symptoms in many people living with Crohn’s disease or Ulcerative Colitis.

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Triomega® is a natural fish oil enriched with omega 3 fatty acid. It is an ingredient with an effect to help maintain the flexibility of joint. While glucosamine may help to slow down deterioration of cartilage, relieves osteoarthritis (OA) pain and improves joint mobility.

Glucosamine produced in the body provides natural building blocks for growth, repair and maintenance of cartilage. It may lubricate joints, help cartilage retain water and prevent its breakdown. Similar to NSAIDs, Glucosamine may effectively  ease osteoarthritis symptoms but may take  longer than conventional drugs to work.

Therefore, glucomega can help slows down cartilage erosion, retaining cartilage as well as reducing joint pain.

Sunlight is the most plentiful natural source of vitamin D. There are very few naturally occurring dietary sources of vitamin D. Exceptions to this are cod liver oil and oily fish (like salmon and swordfish), which are all rich sources of the vitamin. Most often, we consume vitamin D via fortified foods such as milk, yoghurt, margarine, orange juice and breakfast cereals.

Glucosamine rich foods and supplements are recommended for:

People who are more susceptible to bone loss and osteoporosis, like senior citizens and parents

People who are atheletic

White collar employees

Employees who have high intensity workload

Regardless of age, vitamin D is needed for the maintenance of normal bones, because it helps the body absorb calcium and phosphorus. It supports the proper functioning of muscles. It also aids in the process of cell division, which helps our bodies grow and repair themselves. Vitamin D contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system, which is the body's natural defence against germs and harmful bacteria.

Sunlight is the most plentiful natural source of vitamin D. There are very few naturally occurring dietary sources of vitamin D. Exceptions to this are cod liver oil and oily fish (like salmon and swordfish), which are all rich sources of the vitamin. Most often, we consume vitamin D via fortified foods such as milk, yoghurt, margarine, orange juice and breakfast cereals.

Infants and children

Adults 50+

People who spend a lot of time indoors

People with darker skin tones

People with milk allergies or lactose intolerant

People who live in areas that do not get a lot of sun

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For improving joint health and lowering joint pain: You may consider combining glucosamine with other anti-inflammatory supplements like turmeric and omega-3. Make sure you get enough iron in your diet, because it helps vitamin A get absorbed and metabolized by our bodies. Too little iron in the body will result in less vitamin A being absorbed from our diet.

For improving digestive health: You might want to combine glucosamine with other helpful supplements known to boost gut health like MSM, licorice root, digestive enzymes and probiotics.

 

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