MSM is a source of organic sulfur which is important in the formation of collagen. MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) is seen by many people as the perfect partner to Glucosamine supplements. Methylsulfonylmethane is a key component of cartilage and plays an important role in joint health. Small quantities of MSM occur naturally in many foods, and it is therefore a source of sulphur in the diet, along with the sulphur containing amino acids found in dietary proteins. There is no dietary requirement for MSM but several studies have indicated that MSM supplements may be useful for some people as part of a joint care regime. The organic sulphur component in MSM appears to have other important uses, one of which is that it is required for the manufacture of many proteins including those found in hair, skin and nails.
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