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Are you using glucosamine chrondroitin MSM / or curcumin+turmeric?
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Are you using glucosamine chrondroitin MSM / or curcumin+turmeric?
Iím using the glucosamine chrondroitin MSM and no on the curcumin+turmeric. I donít really notice any difference when taking it but I wanted to give it a good run to see if it helped over time and maybe after a couple more months Iíll see noticeable results in my joints.
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Still at the girlfriends so havenít been tracking calories but again sticking to my normal diet which is around 2600 calories.
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