Doctor’s Best MSM Powder
Doctor’s Best MSM promotes joint comfort and mobility by helping maintain healthy connective tissue. It features OptiMSM which is a patented, highly purified form of MSM. MSM also helps keep skin, hair and nails healthy by promoting the production of keratin.
Why Take Doctor’s Best MSM?
Doctor’s Best MSM supplies bioavailable, natural sulfur to help form antioxidants N-acetylcysteine and glutathione and serves as a key structural nutrient in healthy connective tissue. Connective tissues give shape, strength and support to other tissue within the body, notably serving as a framework for healthy skin, tendons, ligaments and bones. As we age, our connective tissues begin to break down. MSM can help assist with these concerns because it helps form, reinforce, and protect connective tissue throughout the body.
How Does It Work?
MSM is an abbreviation for methylsulfonylmethane which is an organic sulfur compound. As it donates its methyl groups, MSM enables important metabolic functions, including energy transduction and enzyme regulation. MSM’s use in joint and skin health stems from its organic sulfur support of the disulfide bonds that reinforce collagen fibers, a property that’s believed to promote connective tissue integrity and resilience. MSM’s immunomodulation may also block cartilage breakdown as it promotes cartilage formation and repair, helping to maintain comfortable flexibility. In soft tissues, MSM’s collagen support and soothing properties may help promote recovery after exercise. In skin, it appears to help fight visible signs of aging while supporting suppleness. As a building block for keratin, MSM may offer additional support for healthy hair and nails.
Doctor’s Best MSM promotes joint comfort and mobility by helping maintenance of healthy connective tissue
OptiMSM, the source of MSM used in Doctor’s Best, is a patented, highly purified form of MSM
MSM helps keep skin, hair and nails healthy by promoting the production of keratin
Non-GMO and Gluten Free
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