A randomized controlled trial on the efficacy and safety of a food ingredient, collagen hydrolysate, for improving joint comfort

@article{BenitoRuiz2009ARC,
  title={A randomized controlled trial on the efficacy and safety of a food ingredient, collagen hydrolysate, for improving joint comfort},
  author={Pere Benito-Ruiz and M.M. Camacho-Zambrano and J.N. Carrillo-Arcentales and M Mestanza-Peralta and Carlos Vallejo-Flores and Samuel Vargas-L{\'o}pez and R{\'o}mulo Villac{\'i}s-Tamayo and L.A. Zurita-Gavilanes},
  journal={International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition},
  year={2009},
  volume={60},
  pages={113 - 99}
}
INTRODUCTION Current options to promote joint comfort are limited to medicines that can reduce pain but can also have adverse effects. [...] Key MethodRESULTS There was a significant improvement in knee joint comfort as assessed by visual analogue scales to assess pain and the Womac pain subscale. Subjects with the greatest joint deterioration, and with least intake of meat protein in their habitual diets, benefited most. CONCLUSION CH is safe and effective and warrants further consideration as a food…Expand
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