Twelve weeks of daily supplementation of a dietary supplement containing krill oil, astaxanthin, and lower molecular weight hyaluronic acid has been found to reduce joint pain and improve joint function among individuals with mild osteoarthritis.
Max Biocare’s polyherbal joint health nutraceutical Tregocel has been shown to significantly improve joint flexibility and walking distance progressively over 36 weeks of supplementation in people with mild knee osteoarthritis.
A combination of Indian frankincense, curcumin, pine bark extract, and methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) supplement did not improve hand osteoarthritis when compared to placebo, according to an Australia study.
New Zealand’s High-Value Nutrition (HVN) National Science Challenge is continuing its partnership with manufacturer Sanford to fund a third research project into the benefits of Greenshell mussels (GSM).
Dietary greenshell mussel intake can reduce the incidence or slow the progression of early metabolic-associated osteoarthritis (MetOA), according to a new study funded by New Zealand’s national High Value Nutrition programme.
A first-of-its-kind study has found Arjuna Natural's patented curcumin formulation, BCM-95, to be as effective against knee osteoarthritis as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) for pain relief.
Daily oral consumption of hydrolysed type 1 collagen may protect joints with osteoarthritis from further cartilage loss, as well as deliver anti-inflammatory properties to injured joints, according to a new mouse study.