Glucosamine is produced by the body from glucose and glutamine, a sugar and therefore an amino acid. Some scientific studies show that glucosamine plays an important role in maintaining cartilage in all joints2-3.
Cartilage is a flexible and elastic connective tissue in the joints. Its special mechanical properties absorb shocks while ensuring proper joint function.
Over time, cartilage wear can lead to joint problems and discomfort. Supplementation with glucosamine helps support joint mobility2-3.
Bioglucosamine Max is composed of D-glucosamine hydrochloride (a more concentrated source of glucosamine than glucosamine sulphate), a substance whose properties have been considered in international scientific studies2-3.
The Trenker plus
A highly dosed food supplement that contains the purest glucosamine (1250 mg glucosamine).
Composition per dose* (1 sachet or 1 tablet)
- 1500 mg D-glucosamine HCl (1250 mg glucosamine)
- 20 mg vitamin C (25% RI)
* Maximum recommended daily dose.
- Tablets: 1 tablet to be taken with a glass of water, preferably with the main meal.
- Sachets: 1 sachet to be dissolved in a glass of water (or orange juice or milk...) preferably with the main meal.
Food Supplement • Tablets: NUT/AS 21/13 • Sachets: NUT/AS 21/6
FOOD SUPPLEMENT - Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet (including regular consumption of fruits and vegetables to maintain carotenoid levels) and a healthy lifestyle.
1Vitamin C contributes to the normal formation of collagen to ensure normal cartilage function
2Clegg D.O. et al, - GAIT - 2006
3Hochberg MC. et al, - MOVES - 2015