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Offline brilligtove

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Science of Dasuquin
« on: April 01, 2019, 11:11:26 AM »
Have any of you found evidence based studies on Dasuquin? My going in position is that there can't really be a supplement that does all that for cats, dogs, and humans.
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Re: Science of Dasuquin
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2019, 03:24:24 PM »
They claim that Dasuquin "goes beyond standard glucosamine supplements" to provide "joint health." The SGU has covered glucosamine, saying that it does nothing. We know that supplements in general do nothing unless you have a specific diagnosed insufficiency. And we know that supplements for humans are not tested and often are fraudulently labelled, sometimes not even containing the claimed ingredients, other times containing adulterants. How much less regulation will there be for pet supplements?

This stuff is complete bullshit. They are frauds, and what they are doing ought to be illegal.
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