Stay Away From Poor Quality Supplements

Chondroitin

Some shocking news today!

ConsumerLab.com today is reporting that nearly 25% of the glucosaminechondroitin products they tested failed to pass their tests for ingredient content and contamination:

Among the 21 people products selected by ConsumerLab.comwhich contained glucosamine and/orchondroitin, five products (24%) failed to pass ConsumerLab.com’s review…Three products for people were mislabeled: the most expensive supplement tested (costing over $2 per day) contained only 71.5% of its claimed chondroitin…

Some of the products which failed their tests include products from well-known companies such as Whole Foods, TR Caps, and Joint Juice. 

Folks, this is one of the key reasons why it is so important to buy your glucosaminechondroitin supplements from companies selling brands that have been researched for you.

Many of these supermarket brands are competing on price, not quality, and certainly not on science. So how do you choose which product to take?

That’s where we come in. We take the time to carefully research our brands and products before making them available to you. We’re proud to carry some terrific joint health products, and we urge you to take a close at them when you’re looking for a supplement for osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

P.S. We pay a fee to access the ConsumerLab.com reports, and we review them as part of our searches for quality products. If you’re curious to see if your brand is on their list, please ask us and we’ll check for you.

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