Origin: Obtained by treating the chitin present in crustacean shells with an alkaline substance
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Overview: Chitosan is a linear polysaccharide obtained from the shells of crustaceans. It is known for its many health benefits including aiding in weight loss, lowering cholesterol, and enhancing skin and joint regeneration.
It is a non-digestible dietary fiber that binds to toxins, fats, and cholesterol in the gut. Chitosan is also now for its ability to reduce inflammation and enhance rejuvenation when applied to the skin. Moreover, it also boosts immunity by releasing active compounds into the bloodstream.
- Supporting weight loss
- Increasing energy and endurance during exercise
- Lowering cholesterol
- Improving joint health
- Healing wounds
- Reducing inflammation
- Treating Crohn’s disease and Leaky Gut Syndrome
- Boosting immunity
- Protecting the brain
- Binding toxins and heavy metals
- Fighting bacteria and gum disease
Common Dosage: 900 to 1500 mg per day