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Dietary Supplements for Osteoarthritis
What Does the Research Really Show?
5/19/2013 7:19:51 AM
I think I would like to see 3 groupings for me to choose. I would not like to shove more medication into me. I would like to see natural supplements clearly differentiated as to whether safe for vegetarians or vegans, also gluten free - 3 main categories for me and in family. Also I would like to see herbs and spices clearly spoken of. I would love lists of foods to use. I then may choose herbs that will not clash with meds, and really prefer food, spice and herb options as salads, casseroles, and soups and smoothies are becoming the staple of my dietary arrangements for certain health issues, including vital weight loss. Oh, is that all? Any chance? Thank you.
I just had surgery on my shoulder for a bone spur and found out I have it. This article taught me alot.
6/11/2008 10:31:51 AM
This is an EXCELLENT article on dietary supplements for osteoarthritis. Being diagnosed with it a few years back, I decided to use supplements after taking prescription drugs that had ill effects for me. The supplements have slowed progression and provide some relief...I can't take most pain relievers because of my NAFLD liver disease. It's great to have confirmation that I am on the right track with the supplements. One thing that I wish the article had addressed was the recommended dosage of the supplements.
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