Discover the Benefits of OptiMSM® for Men’s Health

Physical performance is key to men's mental health and well-being. This is where supplements could potentially play a crucial role in helping individuals achieve their wellness goals. Become part of this market with OptiMSM®!

OptiMSM® is a scientifically proven ingredient that supports exercise performance and helps with sports recovery. Clinical studies demonstrate that supplementation with OptiMSM® effectively reduces post-exercise pain and inflammation1, while also addressing post-exercise oxidative stress2, thus aiding in exercise recovery1. Furthermore, OptiMSM® holds the Informed-Ingredient® Certification, providing further assurance of its safety as a choice ingredient for sports nutrition formulas.

Furthermore, studies indicate that the sulphur present in OptiMSM® serves as a vital nutrient crucial for sustaining the well-being of joints, tendons, ligaments, and other connective tissues3. Additionally, sulphur is said to support skin by providing critical building blocks that the skin relies on and supporting important antioxidant systems in the body to help defend against oxidative stress3. All vital for Men’s Health and wellbeing!

OptiMSM® is the industry leading brand of MSM in purity, safety, and consistency, and has been a pioneer in the field of sulphur nutrition for over 30 years. OptiMSM® is manufactured through a multi-stage distillation process, in the only single-purpose facility in North America to ensure commitment to quality.

For more information visit our OptiMSM ® dedicated page or contact us. Book a meeting with the team at our Vitafoods 2024 Stand (D80).


(1) Kalman D, et al. A Randomized Double Blind Placebo Controlled Evaluation of MSM for Exercise Induced Discomfort/Pain: FAS EB J 2013; 27: 1076.7 (abstract).

(2) Nakhostin-Roohi B, et al. Effect of chronic supplementation with methylsulfonylmethane on oxidative stress following acute exercise in untrained healthy men: J Pharm Pharmacol 2011; 63: 1290-1294

(3) Institute of Medicine, 2005. Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate.