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Primarily recognized to benefit joint health, MSM provides sulfur, which is needed for the structural integrity of joint cartilage and connective tissue such as skin, hair and nails. MSM has been shown in animal research to inhibit inflammation by decreasing influx of certain white blood cells. Reduced inflammation increases circulation to aid recovery of sore muscles. In addition, MSM supplies methyl groups, which help lower homocysteine levels, an important factor in heart health. MSM--heart-healthy joint support.