1000 mg, 100 capsules | Item Catalogue Number: 00451
What Is MSM?
MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) helps relieve some of the discomfort brought on by exercising, including helping to support muscle and joint comfort, promoting joint mobility and function and inhibiting oxidative stress.
MSM has been shown to help relieve muscle and joint discomfort and promote healthy muscle structure after exercise.
- Helps relieve muscle & joint discomfort after exercise
- Preserves joint mobility & function
- Helps inhibit oxidative stress
Exercise in Comfort
Over time, post workout discomfort can start to detract from the healthy benefits of staying in shape. MSM has been studied for years and shows promising results, including helping to ease some of the discomforts from joints and muscles after exercise.
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) provides a vital building block of the cartilage in our joints, and can support protein synthesis for the skin, hair and nails.
Promotes joint comfort and health
MSM is well-known as a supplement that supports joint comfort and promotes joint mobility and function, and this has been shown in clinical trials. One clinical study even demonstrated that the addition of MSM to the traditional joint health compounds glucosamine and chondroitin resulted in additive benefit. In preclinical studies it helped inhibit inflammation to promote joint health.
Helps relieve exercise-induced discomfort
Despite its many benefits, exercise also generates oxidative stress. It is important for the body to maintain a healthy free radical balance. In clinical trials, MSM has helped maintain comfortable muscles and joints and promote healthy muscle structure after exercise.
It does this, in part, by defending against the effects of exercise-induced oxidative stress.
|Dosage and Use|
|Take three (3) capsules once or twice daily, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner|
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