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Mobility Support Capsules


Content: 0.0885 (€225.88 / 1 kg)
  • 120 Kapseln
  • mit Glucosaminsulfat, Pflanzenextrakten, MSM, Hyaluronsäure und Mikronährstoffen
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nutri+ Mobility Support

nutri+ Mobility Support capsules contain a specially developed nutrient combination of glucosamine, chondroitin, hyaluronic acid, frankincense extract, MSM and vitamins C and D. For example, vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation and the normal function of bones and cartilage.

A daily portion (4 capsules) contains 1000 mg D-glucosamine sulphate (from GlucosaGreen®), 400 mg phytodroitin™ and 300 mg methylsulphonylmethane (MSM). Our Mobility Support contains the two branded raw materials GlucosaGreen® and phytodroitin™. 

The nutri+ Mobility Support capsules are 100% vegan and therefore ideal for a vegan or vegetarian diet 

Ingredients of the vegan capsules "Mobility Support"

  • GlucosaGreen® is the world's first commercially available glucosamine produced from maize using a patented fermentation technology and is 100% plant-based. Glucosamine is an important building block of connective tissue, joint cartilage and synovial fluid. The glucosamine in conventional food supplements is obtained from crustaceans (such as prawns, shrimps or crabs). GlucosaGreen® is therefore not only suitable for vegetarians and vegans, but also for people with shellfish allergies. In addition, the environmental impact of fermentation from maize is significantly lower than that of production from marine animals.
    Attention: Anyone who has to take anticoagulants should only take the product after consulting a doctor. The effect of anticoagulants can be increased by taking glucosamine at the same time.
  • Chondroitin is a macromolecule produced naturally in the body and an important component of cartilage tissue. The branded raw material phytodroitin™ is a plant-based alternative that mimics the structure and composition of animal chondroitin. Chondroitin is usually obtained from the cartilage tissue of pigs, cattle or sharks. In our Mobility Support capsules, we only use phytodroitin, which is 100% plant-based.
  • Incense is considered a traditional remedy and has been used for thousands of years - e.g. in Indian Ayurveda or in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Frankincense is particularly popular due to its anti-inflammatory properties.
MSM is the abbreviation for methylsulphonylmethane, an organic sulphur compound. Sulphur is an essential building block for the formation of keratin, collagen and elastin. These proteins are responsible for the strength and structure of connective tissue and cartilage, among other things. Hyaluronic acid is not only used in cosmetics, but also in the treatment of osteoarthritis or joint inflammation. Its speciality: hyaluronic acid can bind large amounts of fluid. Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in the body and is an important component of the skin, connective tissue, tear fluid, joint fluid and joint cartilage. Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for normal bone and cartilage function. Copper contributes to the maintenance of normal connective tissue.

This product should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Be sure to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. After opening, keep cool and dry and out of the reach of children. Pregnant women and nursing mothers should generally consult a physician before taking any dietary supplements.

Our Mobility Support Capsules are developed by our nutritionists and manufactured under the strictest quality standards. 

Nutrients & ingredients

Mobility Support Kapseln

Zutaten: D-Glucosaminsulfat 2KCl (GlucosaGreen®), Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (Kapselhülle), Phytodroitin™ (Maltodextrin, Ulva Lactuca Linnaeus-Extrakt, Fucaceae-Fucus-Vesiculosus-Extrakt, Natriumsalz der Hyaluronsäure), Methylsulfonylmethan, L-Ascorbinsäure, Weihrauch-Extrakt, Natriumsalz der Hyaluronsäure, Zinkgluconat, Kupfergluconat, Mangangluconat, Cholecalciferol



pro Tagesportion   
(4 Kapseln):
Vitamin C160mg200
Vitamin D5,0μg100
D-Glucosaminsulfat (aus GlucosaGreen®)1000mg 
- davon Fucus Vesiculosus L. Extrakt150mg 
- davon Ulva Lactuca L. Extrakt150mg 
- davon Bosewelliasäuren70mg 
*Prozentsatz der Nährstoffbezugswerte (nutrient reference values = NRV) nach Verordnung (EU) Nr. 1169/2011


Täglich 4 Kapseln unzerkaut mit ausreichend Flüssigkeit einnehmen.


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