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Sharks are marine animals similar to fish. Most are carnivorous and eat fish, seals, turtles and penguins. The whale shark and the basking shark feed on plankton.

Overfishing unfortunately leads to many incidental or bycatch catches because the fishing gear is not selective and the sharks are caught in nets, lines, traps or shoals.
Before, these catches were most often thrown back into the sea. Today, this “waste” is recycled for animal feed for ecological purposes. In Australia, where sharks abound, many of these fish are recovered, including the spine (chewing product) and pieces of tail, skin and cartilage (candy). Indeed, the shark's skeleton is not made of bone but of cartilage, the benefits of which have been proven.

Cartilage is an allergy friendly product. Regular consumption of shark cartilage reduces joint pain thanks in particular to the glucosamine and chondroitin it contains in large quantities.

It contains complex carbohydrates ( mucopolysaccharides), a remedy against bacteria.

It helps to preserve bone density and bone capital thanks to vitamin D and manganese which help in the absorption of calcium.

Composition: calcium, selenium, collagen, copper, manganese vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol), phosphorus, squalamine (protein)

 

100% Shark Cartilage, No Additives or Preservatives

 

 

Lulu's Kitchen Shark Cartilage

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