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Methylsulfonylmethane: Top Potential Health Benefits For A Healthy Lifestyle
What Is Methylsulfonylmethane?
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM for short) is a type of organic sulfur compound that occurs regularly in nature. You can find it under various other names: methyl sulfone, sulfonylbismethane, dimethyl sulfone, crystalline dimethyl sulfoxide, or organic sulfur. But for the purposes of this ingredient profile, let’s stick with MSM.
MSM can be consumed with supplements or consumed by eating specific foods such as various fruits, vegetables, wine, tea, coffee, and dairy.1
History Of Methylsulfonylmethane
Before MSM was used within the dietary supplement industry, it was applied as a commercial solvent. Then in the 1950s and 1960s, MSM underwent study after study. Given the compound’s potential antioxidant effects, MSM became useful in the health industry.2,3†
In the 1980s, Dr. Herschler obtained a utility patent to use MSM as a skin smoother and softener. He also began researching MSM’s potential ability to help promote feelings of calm, and help support healthy energy and circulation.4†
Potential Health Benefits Of Methylsulfonylmethane
The potential health benefits of MSM have been extensively researched. The substance falls under Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) approval and is generally well-tolerated at daily doses of up to four grams.5†
MSM may be able to help support the following:
- More comfortable-feeling joints and muscles†
- The body’s natural defense against free radical damage†
- Feelings of calm†
- Immune health†
- Fluid range of motion6†
Which Gundry MD Supplements Include Methylsulfonylmethane?
Now that you know how Methylsulfonylmethane can be put to work to potentially help your body, you may be ready to look up where to buy MSM supplements. Gundry MD Lectin Shield contains Methylsulfonylmethane.
You can learn more about MSM from customer reviews on the Lectin Shield site. You’ll also be able to find in-depth information about all of the ingredients in Lectin Shield and other Gundry MD supplements. As always, consult your doctor before making any changes to your diet, including supplementation.
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