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Collagen peptides improve knee osteoarthritis in elderly women-a 6-month randomized , double-blind , placebo-controlled study

  title={Collagen peptides improve knee osteoarthritis in elderly women-a 6-month randomized , double-blind , placebo-controlled study},
  author={IAN-XIN Jiang and Yufeng Shen and Qi-Ren Huang and Xianlong Zhang and Changteng Zhang and Jian-lie Zhou and Janne Prawitt},
the global population gets older, joint-related health concerns are increasingly common, such as osteoarthritis causing pain and reducing mobility. Collagen peptides have been proposed as nutraceuticals to improve joint health in patients with osteoarthritis. We performed a prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebocontrolled study in elderly women with mild-to-moderate knee osteoarthritis and showed that the oral intake of collagen peptides (Peptan®) for a duration of 6 months… 

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