October 2009 Issue
Arthritis Supplements Show Weakness in Quality Testing Review
Dietary supplements are a common approach for treating osteoarthritis, which affects 21 million adults in the U.S. Glucosamine and/or chondroitin may reduce symptoms by helping maintain and repair cartilage. But tests from ConsumerLab.com, a company that performs independent evaluations of health products, found a variety of quality problems in such supplements.
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