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Type 2 Collagen vs. Glucosamine: Which is Better for Joint Health?

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Type 2 Collagen vs. Glucosamine: Which is Better for Joint Health?

It was a recent telephone conversation that inspired today's article. The customer was asking me what is better to take for joint wellbeing and I actually wasn't sure so I decided to go digging...

I hope you enjoy the information I discovered. 🕵🏼‍♀️

 

Type II Collagen Vs Glucosamine

People who suffer from chronic joint pain are often told to take type II collagen and/or glucosamine, but which is actually better?


Or, should you take them both?


Keep reading. I'm going to dive into the fray and pit type II collagen vs. glucosamine against each other to see which is really best for joint health.

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Type II Collagen vs. Glucosamine


If you've been following my blogs or Instagram account for even a few days, you probably know by now that I'm a firm believer in the power of type 2 collagen to relieve joint pain. It’s not just me, either: the science backs it up. 👩🏼‍🔬


As we age, our bodies produce less and less and of this cartilage building protein, and as a result, our joints become increasingly stiff and sore. Injury and diseases like osteoarthritis can also contribute to joint pain. 


Whereas type 1 collagen can help strengthen and repair skin, nails and hair, type 2 collagen contributes to more supple, robust joints. In fact, taking type 2 collagen supplements can work wonders to alleviate joint pain. Thank the tissue rebuilding and strengthening amino acids in collagen as well as chondroitin sulfate, a chemical found in healthy joints and cartilage as well as type 2 collagen supplements. 💊


Perfect Type 2 Collagen Supplements-- sourced from 100% grass-fed NZ cattle


Glucosamine is another chemical found in cartilage and it's widely touted as one of the most effective natural remedies for joint pain. Studies show that glucosamine, when taken in conjunction with chondroitin (another critical part of our cartilage), can help relieve mild to moderate osteoarthritis and reduce pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joints. 


But what happens when you take them together? You'd think you'd get even more relief, right?


Turns out YES! 👍🏼

Combining type 2 collagen and glucosamine chondroitin can help deliver even more pain relief for your joints. While collagen has been shown to be nearly twice as effective in reducing joint pain, when used together, type 2 collagen and glucosamine have complementary roles that are safe as well as incredibly effective. 

 

Type 2 Collagen vs. Glucosamine: How Much Can You Take?

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Stick to the recommended dosage. When you take our Perfect Type 2 Collagen Capsules, you’re going to take the suggested four capsules per day. For glucosamine, the recommended dose is 1.5 mg/daily--though read the label of your supplements to confirm exact dosing since the amount you take can depend on the brand you buy. 🤔

 

And as always, talk to your doctor before you start taking any new supplements. Most are absolutely safe, but some can rarely have interactions with certain medications. 

Where to Buy Best Type II Collagen and Glucosamine Supplements?

We stand strongly behind the Perfect Type II Collagen capsules because of the quality that goes into them at every level. They are sourced from 100% grass-fed NZ cattle and contain no harmful toxins (pesticides, chemicals, GMOs, antibiotics, hormones, fillers etc..) and are a great source of much-needed chondroitin sulfate.

See what our customers are saying or purchase some for yourself here.

The best glucosamine that I've found can be purchased here. It contains turmeric and MSM.

Disclaimer: This article is intended only for informational purposes and nothing is intended as health advice, nor to treat, diagnose, treat or cure and one must always seek an expert opinion from their trusted health practitioner.

 

 

 References:

 

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/glucosamine-and-arthritis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLsqeETYdCw

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3047656/

 https://www.drugs.com/npp/glucosamine.html


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