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Which supplements help for osteoarthritis of the hip?
Supplements for hip pain and osteoarthritis, such as SAMe, ginger and collagen, may help or reduce pain. ConsumerLab's answer explains.
Which supplements can help with arthritis?
Learn more about collagen supplements for joint health, including evidence from clinical studies on arthritis and muscle strength and safety. ConsumerLab's answer explains.
Someone told me glucosamine might be helpful for back pain - is that true?
Find out if the supplement glucosamine can help for back pain, as well as for osteoarthritis of the knee or hand. ConsumerLab's answer explains.
Does taking curcumin and boswellia together increase their individual anti-inflammatory effects?
Find out if taking boswellia and curcumin together can increase their individual anti-inflammatory effects. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
Is hyaluronic acid helpful for osteoarthritis?
Hyaluronic acid supplement information including joint pain, osteoarthritis, clinical evidence, dosage and more. ConsumerLab's answer explains.
Does turmeric/curcumin help for osteoarthritis in dogs and cats? Is it safe?
Learn more about turmeric & curcumin supplements for dogs and cats to help with osteoarthritis and the safety. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
What are the health benefits of tart cherry juice?
See the evidence for tart cherry juice health benefits from clinical studies. Find out if tart cherry has anti-inflammatory effects, if it can improve sleep, lower high blood pressure, or help for muscle pain and osteoarthritis. ConsumerLab's answer explains.
What is Pycnogenol and does it work?
Learn more about Pycnogenol, including evidence from clinical studies on blood clots, osteoarthritis, cognition, vision, tinnitus, and the skin and safety. ConsumerLab's answer explains.
What are the health benefits of avocado oil? Is it healthier than olive oil? Which avocado oils are best?
Learn about the health benefits of avocado oil and how it compares to olive oil, evidence for heart health, osteoarthritis and other uses. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
What are the health benefits of aloe supplements? Are they safe?
Learn more about oral aloe supplements, including gels and juices. ConsumerLab's answer explains.
What is UC-II and does it help joints?
What is UC-II (undenatured type 2 collagen - InterHealth Nutraceuticals) and do clinical studies show that it works for joint health? ConsumerLab's answer explains.
Does collagen taken as a supplement help with arthritis? I'm seeing it in products for joint health.
Learn more about collagen supplements, including evidence from clinical studies on arthritis and muscle strength and safety. ConsumerLab's answer explains.
What are the health benefits of bone broth, and which bone broth is the best?
Learn about the health benefits of bone broth, a good source of protein and collagen, including whether bone broth can help for joint pain or osteoarthritis, improve skin or reduce wrinkles, heal the gut or boost the immune system. Plus, see ConsumerLab.com's tests of popular bone broths, find out how much collagen they contained, and which bone broths are best.
Do Vital 3 collagen drops really help for joint pain?
Learn more about Vital 3 collagen drops withundenatured type II collagen, and if they can help joints move better and feel better. ConsumerLab's answer explains.
Are "medical foods" such as VSL 3, proven to work? Does the FDA approve them?
What are medical foods? Info on whether they work, if they are approved by the FDA, and how they differ from regular foods and supplements. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
I read that turmeric may be a GI irritant. I have GI problems and wonder if I should avoid turmeric and curcumin?
Find out if turmeric/curcumin supplements can cause gastrointestinal irritability. ConsumerLab's answer explains.
I noticed that some ingredients in my multivitamin have no daily value established, such as Boron (150 mcg per tablet), Nickel (5 mcg), and Tin (10 mcg). Should I be concerned about these?
Learn more about the presence of boron, nickel, and tin in supplements and foods. ConsumerLab's answer explains.
Are there any supplements I should avoid when taking an antibiotic? Are there any that may be helpful?
Find out which supplements can negatively interact with antibiotics, including vitamin K, magnesium, and calcium, and which may be helpful when taking antibiotics. ConsumerLab's answer explains.
Are there side effects from collagen supplements?
Find out if there are collagen side effects from supplements (collagen hydrolysate, collagen peptides, etc.) such as nausea, constipation, skin rash and others. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
Recalls & Warnings (18)
Limbrel Capsules for Osteoarthritis Linked With Potentially Life-Threatening Health Risk, FDA Warns
FDA Warns Seller of Reishi, Joint Supplements, Ginseng & More for Pesticides, Other Violations
FDA Warns Seller of DHEA, Creatine, Chromium & More for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims
Seller of CoQ10, SAM-e, Vitamin D, and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims
Seller of Diabetes, Prostate Supplements and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims
Clinical Updates (24)
Vitamin D & Osteoarthritis
Curcumin for Knee Osteoarthritis
The same study found that combining curcumin with boswellia may be advantageous. Learn more about this and other popular supplements for joint health in the Joint Supplements Review >>