GO Glucosamine 1-A-Day 1500mg

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GO Glucosamine 1-A-Day 1500mg

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Adults: Take 1 Capsule daily. Best taken in the morning. Can be taken with food or on an empty stomach. Or as directed by your Healthcare Professional.


GO Healthy GO Glucosamine 1-A-Day is a complete, high strength joint care formula in a convenient 1-a-day dose. Each capsule contains a full dose of scientifically proven Glucosamine Sulfate 1,500mg plus Chondroitin and potent supporting nutrients.

Ginger and Turmeric support comfort of joint movement, while Celery supports healthy, normal uric acid levels. Vitamin D has been added to support bone growth and repair. Copper, Manganese and Proline have been shown to provide extra support for repair of damaged joints, cartilage and bone health.

GO Health GO Glucosamine 1-A-Day is ideal for those who suffer from poor mobility, achy joints or those suffering from old sports or work injuries.


  • 1-A-Day, high strength 1,500mg dose per Capsule
  • Trusted Glucosamine Sulfate and Chondroitin formula
  • Complete joint and cartilage support
  • Supporting bone and joint nutrients

Each capsule contains, 

Glucosamine Sulfate Potassium Chloride Complex 1,500mg
Chondroitin Sulfate 155mg
Ginger root (Zingiber officinale) ext. 
 - equiv. to 250mg
Turmeric (Curcuma longa) ext. 
 - equiv. to 100mg, 
Celery (Apium graveolens) ext. 
 - equiv. to 100mg
Vitamin D3 100IU
Copper 166mcg
Manganese sulfate 3.2mg
 - equiv. Manganese 1mg
Proline 50mcg
Do not take if allergic to shellfish.

Diabetics should check their blood sugar levels regularly. 

Always read the label. 

Take only as directed. 

If taking prescription medication or if in doubt, please consult your Healthcare Professional.