Glucosamine HCl Mega Vegan 100 tablets - salt-free glucosamine hydrochloride | Jarrow Formulas

Vegan Glucosamine HCl Mega 100 tablets - salt-free glucosamine hydrochloride | Jarrow Formulas

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The glucosamine in Jarrow Formulas Glucosamine HCl Mega 100 tablets is a salt-free version of glucosamine.
Glucosamine is a component of joint and intestinal tissue and is involved in the production of synovial fluid, which lubricates the joints. Glucosamine is converted to N-acetyl-glucosamine in the intestines by the goblet cells. Glucosamine HCl is SALT FREE.

Jarrow Formulas Glucosamine HCl Mega is Joint Sustain nutrition, providing a SODIUM FREE form of glucosamine.

For best results, use with Jarrow Formulas JarroSil, the biologically Activated Silicon.

Contains NO shrimp shell-derived glucosamine. 
Color of tablet naturally varies from white to tan.

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Optimal care for elderly cats

While we don't have children, we are the proud parents of two cats. Both were adopted from their owners for a different reason with well over ten years between each adoption.
Our oldest cat has reached the respectable age of 18 years, which makes her a truly old cat, which comes with many health problems of its own. By now we are more like the grand children who are taking care of their very old (great-)grand parent.
It subsequently blows your mind to see how senior cats are put on an even lower protein diet than they already receive. While felines are full-on carnivores, most will received a mixed diet with an unhealthy amount of carbohydrates. If you're lucky the grains are replaced by legumes, which however does not considerably lower the amount of carbs. Never mind on the precious few choices for cats with urinary or kidney problems.

We thought to put together some tips for owners of (future) senior cats, so you know in advance where to pay attention to.

If you have a feline in the family who’s getting up in years, the good news is that many cats today are living into their late teens and early 20s. With the proper care, a cat in good health at 8 can easily live another 10 or 12 years, or even longer. Now is the perfect time to begin taking steps to ensure not only that your cat stays happy and healthy throughout her golden years, but that she also enjoys an excellent quality of life.

After banning HCQ and ivermectin, Big Pharma now wants to ban NAC as well? 

Much to my amazement, I was approached by a US citizen a bit over a week ago with the question whether we still had N-A-C in stock, and whether she could buy it from us. Unknown to us, the sale of N-A-C as an OTC supplement had been quietly banned by FDC in the USA with the result, it couldn't be found anywhere. Within a few days, we sold out every single bottle of the more popular choice, the sustained release NAC Sustain. 
 
I soon learnt this ban could be implemented thanks to the former status of NAC as a prescription drug in the 1960s which was lifted in the 1990s when it became available as a nutritional supplement.  
 
Why on earth can this simple low-cost amino acid be of interest to the pharmaceutical industry? 
 
The first thought that came to my and other people's mind was that it must have to do with the increased popularity of NAC during the COVID-pandemic. 
 
It was obvious to everyone who closely followed the information that was put out by the good doctors at Frontline Covid-19 Critical Care in which they showed that the research done to discredit two dirt cheap drugs HCQ and ivermectin was flawed in an effort to ban cheap drugs that would hinder the process to develop a highly profitable vaccine. 

Common foods that are dangerous for our pets

Last week we sold SAM-e to a dog owner who had been told by her vet to give it to her dog that accidentally was poisoned eating xylitol.
Xylitol, I asked in disbelief? That sweetener that is recommended by each dentist to use as a chewing gum because it is even healthy for us?
Yes, indeed, xylitol can and will poison your pet as it can't process it and as a result will cause damage to the liver.

After having induced vomiting, and being put on intubation to keep fluids up, the dog could go back home with his owner with the advice to give it one tablet of SAM-e every day in order to heal the liver.

Most of you probably also didn't know either how xylitol can be poisonous for pets. Which begs the question: what foods that we love to eat are poisonous for cats and dogs and should never be fed to them?


If your pet eats any of these things then the best thing to do is to get advice straight away from your local vet. Don't wait until they are developing problems because by then it could be too late. It will certainly be much more expensive. Don't leave them lying around and make sure they are stored away safely in cupboards. Preferably ones your pet can't open!

Here's a list of the most common poisonous foods that can kill your dog or cat.

Which nutritional supplements can you give to your pet?

Just as many pet parents are paying more attention these days to the quality of food they feed their companion animals, they are also realizing the potential benefits of nutritional supplements.

Supplements are becoming more and more recognized as a valuable component of a comprehensive care program for pets.

The primary categories for supplements include joint support, skin and coat health, GI tract health, and liver and kidney support. A less well-known but equally important type of supplement supports healthy circulation, optimal immune function, the healthy presence of oxygen in tissues, and cardiovascular health.

Pets and your health

The strength of the human animal bond has been known for a long time, but scientific studies were only conducted fairly recently.
The very first study was published only about 40 years ago when 2 American psychology researchers measured what happens physically when a person pets a friendly and familiar dog. They found that the person's blood pressure lowered, heart rate slowed, breathing became more regular and muscle tension relaxed-all of which are signs of reduced stress.

Return to sports after knee surgery, is it possible?

Whether you are a top athlete or an amateur, it will happen to you do one day or later: you will have a sports injury.
One of the most common dramatic sports injuries is a torn anterior cruciate ligament, abbreviated to ACL.

When you tear your anterior cruciate ligament or ACL your knee swells with blood. When the knee swells, that triggers a cascade of events which causes you to lose quadriceps strength. In addition you will notice that your thigh looks a lot smaller than the other one. That is due to atrophy of the quadriceps which occurs after an ACL injury.

In addition to the loss of quadriceps strength and atrophy which accompanies an ACL tear you will also notice loss of motion and in most cases a fair amount of pain.

Many athletes choose to have ACL surgery to improve their chance of returning to the same level of performance as they had before.
The sad reality is that many athletes can not return to sports after ACL surgery. The reasons for this vary. As such, there is a lot of research taking place to improve your chance for a successful return to sports after an ACL reconstruction.

But first the question whether ACL surgery should be done.

Glucosamine for healthy joints and gut

Glucosamine is a compound naturally found within the cartilage of our joints, made from chains of sugars and proteins bound together. It acts as one of the body’s natural shock-absorbents and joint lubricants, allowing us to move around without joint, bone and muscle pains.

Glucosamine possesses natural anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties. One of the most popular supplements taken by people with bone and joint pain, glucosamine aids in treating common symptoms of age-related disorders like arthritis and osteoarthritis.
It can also help improve digestion and gut health, mobility, range of motion and general joint health, even in healthy people who have no chronic joint or bowel disorders.

Without glucosamine, everyday movements and tasks would be very difficult and painful. The body needs glucosamine for the synthesis of certain proteins and fats that form various important tissues, especially cartilage. This plays an important part in the construction of our joints, tendons and ligaments. In addition, it helps form the (synovial) fluids that surround joints and provide lubrication.
Glucosamine also serves an important role in microbial health. It helps form connective tissue that make up parts of the digestive tract, a system that helps the immune system function.

Why are we so much less flexible when we age?

We cannot stop but smile at how adorable babies and toddlers look when they move: they may be clumsy but their little bodies can bend as if they have no bones to stop their amazing range of motion. The reason is these toddlers have a very high amount of collagen in their joints.

recommended use
Take 1 tablet 1 or 2 times per day or as directed by your qualified healthcare professional

contains per daily serving (1 tablet)
glucosamine HCL 1.000 mg †

† = Recommended Daily Intake not established

ingredients
active ingredient (glucosamine hydrochloride), filler (cellulose, vegetable stearic acid and magnesium stearate), anticoagulant (silicon dioxide), food grade coating

storage
keep dry and closed at room temperature
keep out of reach of young children

allergy information
contains no familiar allergens (wheat, gluten, soy, lupin, nuts/tree nuts, celery, mustard, sesame seeds, dairy, egg, fish/shellfish or mollusks

vegetarians/vegans
suitable for vegetarians and vegans

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