THE ULTIMATE DIFFERENCE

ULTIMATE GLUCOSAMINE

Dear Mina,
I was visiting a college friend who has been taking the glucosamine for years. I asked her how she manages her arthritis. In delight, she jumped up and showed me the jar of Ultimate Glucosamine! So I called a pharmacy in California and got two containers. I started taking the powder in my morning tea/coffee faithfully every day. I am so grateful that I no longer wake up with pain in my hands. I can now do finger and hand exercises to retain what strength I have in them. An additional plus is that I can continue my art work, pain free.
Thank you so much for your product.
D. P.

There are many glucosamine products on the market. Most are irrational combinations without any solid clinical or scientific basis to justify their use. This is not the case for ULTIMATE GLUCOSAMINE.

100% PURE N-ACETYLGLUCOSAMINE

ULTIMATE GLUCOSAMINE contains only 100% pure N-acetylglucosamine.

CONTAINS MORE BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE INGREDIENT

ULTIMATE GLUCOSAMINE is free of additives, salts or preservatives, and contains more of the biologically active ingredient

MORE DIRECT ROUTE TO MACROMOLECULES

ULTIMATE GLUCOSAMINE is the most direct route to the important macromolecules such as hyaluronic acid, keratan sulfate and chondroitin sulfate.

NO INTERFERENCE WITH GLUCOSE METABOLISM

ULTIMATE GLUCOSAMINE does not interfere with glucose metabolism

CONVENIENT AND TASTES GOOD

ULTIMATE GLUCOSAMINE is available in a once-a-day powder. It is sweet tasting, and can be used in hot beverages such as tea or coffee, and in cold beverages or sprinkled over food.

IN PICTURES: HOW GLUCOSAMINES DIFFER

Glucosamine salts contain the low molecular weight glucosamine that must first be acetylated to N-acetylglucosamine before it can be used as a building block for macromolecules. The acetylation process is rate limiting. Substances such as alcohol and NSAIDs may slow or prevent the acetylation process.

From Glucose to Hyaluronic Acid: Where the different glucosamines enter the human metabolic pathway.

Intracellular concentration of low molecular glucosamine, (MW 179), are controlled by the presence of deaminases. Deaminases remove the amine from glucosamine and convert the molecule to fructose and ammonia and then back to glucose.