Glucosamine and chondroitin are by far the most widely used supplements for joint problems such as osteoarthritis. And while there are many studies that demonstrate their efficacy, there are lesser-known supplements that are possibly more effective. In this post we look at two such supplements: MSM and boswellia. How do they stack up against established joint supplements?
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