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Friday, September 14, 2007

I have a seafood allergy: alternatives to glucosamine and chondroitin for knee pain

Hi Gary I have watched with interest your video re joint pain. Nutralife joint food would seem to be the best for me but I have a seafood allergy. I have bad joint pains in my knees and have been reading about MSM. As I cannot take glucosamine & chondroitin because I have a seafood allergy, would MSM be any good on its own? Regards "C"
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Gary Moller responds

Do you know for sure that the ingredients in the joint food formulations definitely affect you? The seafood part is refined from shrimp shell.

The Kordel's MSM is a very good alternative that I would recommend without hesitation. You can take up to 4 capsules per day. You should add up to 2,000mg of vitamin C per day and a multi mineral. You can also add some daily bone broth (Refer to the recipes on this website). If you ensure the broth is made from bones with lots of cartilage then the resultant gelatine broth is a rich source of chondroitin.

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