Re: Joint supplements that actually work?
I've never found any supplement which makes a noticeable difference.
I take a decent dosage of omega 3 for the various health benefits (and it's relatively cheap) and eat plenty of oily fish and natural anti inflammatories, which may help but I can't really gauge it.
The best results I've found is by taking prevention and intervention actions, such as yoga, flossing, banding and wearing sleeves.
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