Frame Essentials FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions about Frame Essentials
Are children and pregnant women allowed take AIM Frame Essentials?
Children will not receive any health benefits from using this product. Pregnant women should consult with a health practitioner before they try this product.
What is the source of the glucosamine in AIM Frame Essentials?
The source of the glucosamine is marine shellfish.
May I mix AIM Frame Essentials with other AIM products?
Yes, you may, it will not cause any complications. In fact, you may experience positive synergy between AIM Frame Essentials and other AIM products.
May I mix AIM Frame Essentials with other medications?
Before you add any new substances to your body, you should always consult a health practitioner first. But there are no indications that glucosamine interacts with other medications.
Does the body absorb glucosamine?
Yes, 90 percent of the glucosamine sulfate (pill form) was absorbed in a recent study.
How well does glucosamine work in comparison to products such as Tylenol and ibuprofen?
There is no doubt that Tylenol and ibuprofen provide rapid relief. However, studies have shown that in the long-run, after four weeks of use, glucosamine is as effective or more effective than these products in providing relief from joint problems.
What are the side affects of AIM Frame Essentials?
Glucosamine is safe. However, a few people have reported upset stomachs, and nausea. In a year of formal testing of glucosamine, there were no significant side effects found.
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