Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative joint disease. Millions of people need an effective treatment. With the aging of the population, the demand for traditional and non-traditional treatment will continue to grow. According to published studies, oral collagen hydrolysates have been shown to be intestinal absorption and accumulation in cartilage. Intake of collagen hydrolysate stimulated chondrocytes to synthesize extracellular matrix macromolecules (P < 0.05). These findings suggest mechanisms that may contribute to patients with joint disorders such as OA. Four open label and three double-blind studies were identified and reviewed; although many of these studies did not provide key information - such as statistically significant findings - they showed that collagen hydrolysates were safe and provided some measures for pain and functional improvement in some men and women with osteoarthritis or other diseases of arthritis. (1)
Nutrition supplement of bone and joint (1)
Contribute to cartilage regeneration (2,4)
Health of supporting tendon, ligament and fascia (3)
Focus on bone strength and hardness (5)
Gelatin is extracted from fish scale (6)
Whale wax fatty acids and rose fruit help reduce swelling and pain (7)
Minerals (calcium, magnesium, zinc) and vitamins help maintain bone health (8)
Each serving contains 10 grams of hydrolyzed gelatin
All natural ingredients, evidence-based science
3 flat tea spoons a day, can be taken anytime, before or after meal. Dissolve in 250 ml of warm water (30°C - 40°C).
Try for 1 month. If there is no positive progress, you may stop taking and seek medical advice.
If positive progress is observed, you may continue for a 3 to 12 months course, depending on individual condition.
Upon attaining satisfactory results, may take 1 flat tea spoons regularly for maintenance purposes.
3. Journal: Schunk M., Oesser S, (2013) “Specific collagen peptides benefit the biosynthesis of matrix molecules of tendons and ligament.”Journal of the international Society of Sports Nutrition.10(1):23
4. Bakilan, Fulya et al. “Effects of Native Type II Collagen Treatment on Knee Osteoarthritis: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” The Eurasian Journal of Medicine 48.2 (2016): 95–101. PMC. Web. 4 Sept. 2018.
5. Journal:OesserS, et al.(2018)“Specific Collagen Peptides Improve Bone Mineral Density and Bone Markers in Postmenopausal Women—A Randomized Controlled Study.” Nutrients. 10(1).97.
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