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Find the Best Glucosamine For Your Needs

Glucosamine is one of the most popular supplements in the world. While numerous scientific studies have demonstrated positive results from regular supplementation, choosing and using the right glucosamine supplement for your needs isn't always easy. Read on as our nutritionists help you do just that...

Our Most Popular Glucosamine Supplements

There's probably a good reason why so many of our customers have been coming back to buy our glucosamine for years. During that time, we've noticed that certain glucosamine supplements have become top sellers in our range. If our reviews are anything to go by then the following supplements are a great place to start...

Glucosamine Sulphate 1,000mg Tablets



Glucosamine Sulphate 1,500mg Tablets



Glucosamine Sulphate 1,000mg Capsules



Glucosamine Sulphate Vs Hydrochloride

One of the first decisions you'll need to make when choosing a glucosamine supplement is whether to opt for glucosamin sulphate or glucosamine hydrochloride. Both versions offer similar benefits; the difference is in the delivery mechanism.

Glucosamine sulphate is the most heavily researched version, and is therefore recommended in most situations. Being sourced from marine organisms, however, it's not ideal for those with a seafood intolerance.

Glucosamine hydrochloride (sometimes abbreviated to HCI) is sourced from maize, and therefore represents a great alternative for vegatarians and vegans.

Popular Vegetarian Options

Vegetarian Glucosamine 750mg

4.9   1,623 Reviews
  • Corn-sourced vegetarian glucosamine hydrochloride
  • Suitable for customers with shellfish allergies
  • 2-piece EasyGest capsules for more effective digestion
  • No added artificial colours and preservatives

Vegetarian Glucosamine HCl 1000mg with Vitamin C 40mg

4.8   1,861 Reviews
  • High-quality, vegetarian source of glucosamine
  • Added vitamin C to assist healthy collagen formation
  • Free from artificial colours and preservatives
  • Made in the UK to strict GMP standards

How to Take Glucosamine

While some people report improvements in their condition within weeks of taking glucosamine, most research suggests that it can take 12 weeks or even longer to see the full benefit. During this time it is important to continue supplementation.

Glucosamine normally comes in tablet or capsule form and should be swallowed with a drink. Research suggests that a dose of 1,000 - 1,500mg per day is ample for most people, and can be consumed in one dose or spread out throughout the day.

Perfect Partners for Glucosamine

While it's not essential, many people looking to stay active choose glucosamine with other popular products.

We call these "Perfect Partners" here at Simply Supplements.

Here are some of the most popular options...


Chrondroitin is arguably the most commonly taken supplement alongside glucosamine. Although it is found naturally in the joints, factors such as advancing age, previous injuries and medical conditions can harm the body's ability to produce it. As food sources of chondroitin are famously scarce and therefore supplementation represents the only viable way to obtain additional chondroitin in the diet


Rosehips are the red fruits of wild rose plants. They have been traditionally used by those seeking to alleviate swelling and pain in the joints. You might be surprised to hear that rosehip is also a fantastic source of vitamin C, which itself contributes to the formation of collagen - a crucial structural element in the joints.

Curcumin / Turmeric

Curcumin is the active ingredient in turmeric, which has gained in popularity in recent years thanks to widespread media coverage. It is thought that turmeric benefits the body by helping to reduce inflammation that can otherwise reduce range-of-movement and lead to discomfort. Alongside glucosamine it has almost become one of our very best-selling supplements of all.


MSM, or Methylsulfonylmethane, is a chemical that is produced by the body. It can also be obtained through the diet as it is found in green plants and animal tissue. Unfortunately however, there are a number of factors that can affect the body's ability to produce and utilise MSM, including age, injury and ongoing medical conditions. Many individuals looking to maintain an active lifestyle therefore pair glucosamine with MSM

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