Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfate Receive Positive Feedback in Fighting Effects of Arthritis

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The Institute of Nutrition is hearing increasingly positive feedback about glucosamine-chondroitin sulfate in battling the debilitating effects of arthritis.

when this product is administered as a dietary supplement, the process of cartilage deterioration in the joints is reversed, and remarkable results are achieved in relieving the pain and simple discomfort caused by the arthritis.

Does the glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate combination have a positive effect on arthritis? Studies are mounting at U.S. universities, as reported by CNN Health, the HealthNetwork and Medicinet.com. Nutritional supplement advocates speak positively that these supplements stimulate cartilage regeneration and reduce inflammation from the effects of osteoarthritis of the knees.

However, in the U.S., the focus is no longer on “proving” the efficacy of these products but on the analyses and quality of nutritional supplements on the U.S. market. In April, during the annual conference of the American Nutraceutical Association in San Diego, Natalie Eddington, a researcher at the University of Maryland, warned consumers about the increasing number of products available and criticized the lack of federal regulation. She noted that certain products contain only 25 percent glucosamine and chondroitin.

The Institute of Nutrition in Miami is gathering many positive testimonials from individuals who use these sulfates. Institute President Jules-Gilles Bitbol says, “The composition of these two sulfates offers excellent results. However, our laboratories do recommend additional Vitamin C, calcium and zinc, which are key to properly absorbing these sulfates.”

Statements from many U.S. doctors who specialize in arthritis treatment agree that “when this product is administered as a dietary supplement, the process of cartilage deterioration in the joints is reversed, and remarkable results are achieved in relieving the pain and simple discomfort caused by the arthritis.”

About the Institute of Nutrition:

The Institute of Nutrition, http://www.ionnet.com, started as an Internet company in 1996. Since then, development and growth has been constant, and today continues to grow at a rate of 10% per month. The principal goals of the company are simple:

  • To provide the best and the purest quality products of pharmaceutical grade
  • To give the best possible service to customers

The Institute of Nutrition has been devoted to research and the production of nutritional supplements and vitamins of the best quality, at the best price. The quality and purity of their products is a top priority. There are no unnecessary additives without nutritional value, no "fillers", or any animal by-products.

The President of The Institute of Nutrition, Jules-Gilles Bitbol, puts as much passion in expanding and improving the Institute of Nutrition on the Internet as he does to his activities with OMECA, a non-governmental Organization of Worldwide Experts, Arbitrators and Consultants. OMECA is a non-profit organization affiliated with The United Nations. Mr. Bitbol is Vice-President and the representative in the U.S.A. for OMECA.

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Jules Bitbol

Institute of Nutrition

305-892-2623

http://www.ionnet.com

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