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Number One Glucosamine - Chondroitin - MSM Supplement Review

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Being a runner, I often have a few joint aches and pains. And lately, with the marathon training that I was doing, more days than not, I would feel my joints ache a little when I was going up and down the steps. And as I am getting older, I can also feel a few creaky joints that I haven't noticed in the past.

But I'm also a little leery about taking supplements. I suppose I'm just an odd cookie because a lot of things that aren't supposed to have side effects will give me side effects. But I decided to give Number One Glucosamine - Chondroitin - MSM Supplement a try. And I also asked Hubby if he would take it also. Because if I had side effects, I wanted at least one other person to give it an honest try.

We've been taking Number One Glucosamine for about a week and a half now. I have had zero - zilch - nada - not one side effect. My stomach didn't show any weirdness, my skin didn't itch (which is one of the side effects I get from a lot of things), my sleep wasn't disturbed, and basically nothing felt off. I asked Hubby the same and he too didn't have any side effects.

I knew that personally my joints felt a little less achy. But I also know that I reduced some of my training. So I wasn't sure if it was the Number One Glucosamine, or if it was reduced training. But when I checked in with Hubby (whose activity hasn't changed), he said yes he could actually tell a difference in his knees. And we haven't even been taking the full dosage. You are supposed to take 1 pill 3 times a day. But Hubby has been taking it twice a day. I've been taking it once (mainly because I have found smaller dosage of things work better for me).  But both of us seem to be having good feedback with it.

Will we continue to take the Number One Glucosamine - Chondroitin - MSM Supplement? Yes, I plan for us to make it part of our daily routine. If you have achy joints, you might want to give it a try also.

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  1. My mother's doctor recommended that she take this. After reading your review I think I will ask my doctor is I should take it too.

    1. I hope it works for you. I'm not one to take supplements, but I'm still taking this one daily.


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