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1. MSM for cartilage formation
MSM stands for methylsulfonylmethane. However, the sulfuric acid is also known as dimethyl sulfone. MSM takes over numerous tasks in the human organism. Particularly important is the building of cartilage. MSM also ensures that the cartilage is maintained for a particularly long time and counteracts cartilage degradation. MSM promotes the formation of collagen in the body and helps in the regeneration of connective tissue.
2. sulphur deficiency due to industrial agriculture
A lack of sulphur is widespread nowadays. The reason for this is agriculture. With the way people eat today, industrial agriculture ensures that only small amounts of sulfur reach the end consumer. Many years ago, farmers fertilized their soil with manure and large amounts of natural sulfur. Nowadays, mostly only artificial fertilizers are used, which means that the sulfur content in food is getting lower and lower.
3. possible side effects of MSM
Detoxification symptoms are possible when taking MSM. These are completely normal and usually only occur in the beginning. These include diarrhea, headache, fatigue and skin rash. These symptoms disappear after a maximum of one week. MSM ensures the detoxification of toxic substances.
4. MSM as a supplement
MSM should normally be taken daily by the body. The best way, of course, is through a healthy and balanced diet. Particularly large amounts of MSM are found in protein-rich foods such as meat, fish, shrimp, milk and eggs. Only very small amounts of MSM can be found in plant foods. These include onions, garlic and wild garlic.
Many people find it very difficult to cover the complete requirement of important building materials in the human organism. In this case MSM should be taken in addition in order to be sufficiently supplied with MSM. MSM is available in the form of dietary supplements. They are offered in the form of MSM capsules and MSM tablets. Both forms are easy to use and enter the circulation quickly. However, MSM tablets are sold in pharmacies, which in many cases contain artificial additives or have been manufactured abroad. MSM capsules often contain only the active ingredient in a vegetable cellulose shell and can therefore be produced without fillers.
Vitamineule® MSM Capsules
In our online shop you will find our MSM capsules from Vitamineule®, which are completely free of artificial additives. Vitamineule® MSM capsules contain 600 mg of pure MSM powder per capsule. Each can contains 120 capsules. In addition to fast & free shipping, we offer a voluntary six-month return guarantee on all products.
5. conclusion: MSM for cartilage formation
MSM is particularly essential for building cartilage. The sulfuric acid also counteracts degradation. MSM can be supplemented in the form of dietary supplements. You can choose between MSM capsules and MSM tablets. Both forms are easy to use and enter the circulation quickly.
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