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Clayton's Health Facts: Shark Cartilage.

Clayton South, SPN (ISSA), is a recognized expert in the bodybuilding / fitness industry with over 150 bodybuilding, fitness and nutrition publications to his credit.

What Is It?
And Where Does It Come From?

What is shark cartilage? It is just like it sounds - cartilage from a real shark! This popular supplement is available in easy-to-take capsule form from the CyberStore. It can do some pretty amazing things!

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What Does It Do?
And What Scientific Studies Give Evidence To Support This?

It has been a widely-heralded phenomenon in recent years that has been made manifest in a sudden popularity of shark cartilage. What is this phenomenon?

Studies conducted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) showed that supplementing with shark cartilage causes a decrease in blood flow to tumors in the body, thereby limiting tumor growth. Therefore, it could help prevent tumor-based cancer!

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Who Needs It?
And What Are Some Symptoms Of Deficiency?

Because shark cartilage contains a large amount of calcium, it can be a beneficial supplement to anyone.

Bodybuilders, in particular, have shown an interest in shark cartilage in recent years due to the supposed positive effect on healing damaged cartilage. The active component of shark cartilage responsible for this regeneration of connective tissue is glucosamine.

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How Much Should Be Taken?
And Are There Any Side Effects?

Taking anywhere between 500 mg and 2 grams (2000 mg) with water is recommended, and preferably after a meal. There are no significant side effects associated with using shark cartilage. However, lactating or pregnant women should not take it.

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