Glucosatrin® Bone & Joint Health

Glucosatrin® Bone & Joint Health

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  • Helps regulate the immune response to stimuli
  • Promotes skeletal health
  • Helps maintain strong bones
  • Promotes normal movement and flexibility of joints
  • Promotes the retention and normal regeneration of cartilage
  • Helps maintain joint comfort
  • Promotes joint health and flexibility as you age


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Glucosatrin® Bone & Joint Health

Few people consider the health and well-being of their bones and joints. Throughout a lifetime, the body’s joints sustain significant physical stress from everyday activities like walking, bending and lifting. Under normal conditions, the body is able to accomplish all of these activities with no problem because of the existence of cartilage. Cartilage is the smooth elastic tissue that covers the ends of bones, allowing them to glide across and cushion each other as the body moves. Bones and joints are intended to work together to provide structure and flexibility.

The body sustains healthy joint maintenance by continually rebuilding and regenerating cartilage. This is what allows the bones and joints to uphold their shock-absorbing capabilities. However, as the body ages or incurs injuries, it is sometimes more difficult to sustain healthy cartilage regeneration. Glucosatrin contains various key ingredients, such as vitamins, minerals and herbs that support healthy bones and joints. Glucosatrin promotes the retention and normal regeneration of cartilage, and helps maintain joint comfort.*  

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Glucosatrin contains key ingredients glucosamine and vitamin D3 that work in conjunction with select vitamins, minerals and herbs to support healthy bones and joints. This unique combination of ingredients in Glucosatrin promotes the retention and normal regeneration of cartilage, normal movement and flexibility of joints, and helps maintain overall joint comfort.  Plus, Glucosatrin does not contain chondroitin - like other products on the market - which has been shown to have unwanted side effects and inconclusive results regarding its effectiveness.


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Really helps with stiffness and pain!

by ToddK

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Really helps with knees, ankle, joint pain due to over use. Long hours working on feet, plus very active life. This helps me keep going, and actually feel better over time. Was able to decrease usage after a while, now take as needed.

Love Glucosatrin!

by AnneJ

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Walking up the stairs and working out is easier thanks to Glucosatrin!

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by Anonymous


Will let you know how it goes after 30 days. One star for what it says it will do.

by WilliamS

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I have used this product since it came onto the market. Since then I have been able to finish 5k walks (at least 3 per year) with no adverse results. Just recommended it to a fellow 5k walker this weekend as we crossed the finish line.

by LawrenceB


Just a pill in the morning does the trick.


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Most bone and joint formulas contain chondroitin sulfate. Why doesn’t Glucosatrin have this ingredient?
Chondroitin acts in a similar way to glucosamine; however, many studies performed on chondroitin have had inconclusive results regarding its effectiveness. In one study, chondroitin was linked to poor prostate health. Glucosamine is the safe, effective ingredient with no known side effects.

Can I take Glucosatrin with other vitamin and mineral supplements?
Yes, you can take Glucosatrin with other products, including Isotonix OPC-3®, Isotonix® Multivitamin, Isotonix Calcium Plus, and Isotonix Advanced B-Complex.

If I am healthy and active, do I need Glucosatrin?
Yes. Glucosatrin should be taken for its ability to help maintain proper joint function.*