N-Acetyl Glucosamine (NAG) differs from glucosamine sulfate in that it is attached to an acetic acid molecule, while glucosamine sulfate is attached to a sulfuric acid molecule.
Although glucosamine sulfate is researched as being better absorbed than NAG, individuals sensitive to sulfur may tolerate NAG better and potentially derive more benefit from its use. NAG is also well recognized for gastrointestinal support by enhancing mucosal integrity.
|Name||Allergy Research Group, N-Acetyl Glucosamine 90 vegetarian capsules|
|Brand||Allergy Research Group|