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    Has anyone tried this stuff? I gave it a try and my knees are actually feeling better. I was just wondering if anyone else has had similiar results.

    http://www.activexamerica.com/at.cgi/274102/athletes/

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    Re: Liquid Glucosamine

    >Has anyone tried this stuff? I gave it a try and
    >my knees are actually feeling better. I was just
    >wondering if anyone else has had similiar
    >results.

    http://www.activexamerica.com/at.cgi/2
    >4102/athletes/



    If it works, I might try it. My joints are extremely clicky, which is something that concerns me (maybe cartilege is wearing out...?). I might give it a try.

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      Re: Liquid Glucosamine

      Glucosamine and MSM (methyl-sulfonyl-methane) are often sold bundled together as the combination is believed to promote healthy bones, joints and tissues. MSM is a source of biologically active sulfur.

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        Re: Liquid Glucosamine

        Pure witchcraft, just like most food supplements. The results are at best the placebo effect.
        "A beautiful theory killed by an ugly fact."
        by Thomas Henry Huxley

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          Re: Liquid Glucosamine

          I found that liquid glucosamine did not work as well for my Achilles problems as a formula made by Osteo Biflex that includes Vitamin C (accelerates connective tissue healing) and L-arginine (promotes connective tissue formation). I started taking plain glucosamine and Vit C together and found it helpful, and this new formulation worked even better.
          You don't need chondroitin or MSM unless you have arthritis. Look for a formula without those components.

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            Re: Liquid Glucosamine

            I hear BALCO makes a version that's most effective.

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