osteoarthritis

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    The Fat-soluble Vitamins (K, A, D, E) May Be A Novel Treatment For Osteoarthritis (OA)

    Very preliminary research but still promising to see medicine look at vitamins as a possible treatment option for OA. Fat-Soluble Vitamins Can Play Role in Managing Osteoarthritis Role of Fat-Soluble Vitamins in Osteoarthritis Management : JCR: Journal of Clinical Rheumatology...
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    Osteoarthritis (OA) Is Driven By Endotoxin, Can Be Completely Reversed

    Unlike rheumatoid arthritis (RA), its "cousin" known as osteoarthritis (OA) is not generally believe to be due to chronic inflammation. The official cause of OA is "unknown" (just like RA) but often cited factors include genetics, excess weight, and advanced age. The study below points the...
  3. Giraffe

    Niacinamide In The Treatment Of Osteoarthritis

    The effect of niacinamide on osteoarthritis: A pilot study In the 1940's and 50's William Kaufman treated several hundred patients with both osteo and rheumatoid arthritis with large doses of niacinamide. The researchers here are following Kaufman's approach. They conducted a three month...
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    LRP5 Controls Bone Formation By Inhibiting Serotonin Synthesis In The Duodenum

    LRP5 - Wikipedia im so interest to find any info on how increase Lrp5(it strongly inhibit gut serotonin release) , only thing i found that upregulates the synthesis of it is vitamin D, and also Cholesterol. but who knows, maybe serotonin lowering effect of salt works through this pathway...
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    Vitamin B2 May Be Effective Against (osteo) Arthritis

    I think the mechanisms of action of vitamin B2 (riboflavin) are likely to make is a possible candidate for treating several inflammatory conditions, and I posted some studies about that already. This study shows that a low dose vitamin B2 course for 4 months may be able to help conditions with...
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    Lithium (and Sodium) May Treat (osteo)arthritis

    Ray has written on the benefits of lithium for mitochondrial health, ammonia reduction, etc. He also said that sodium has the same benefits and it is much safer than lithium. So, for those with bone/joint issues may be increasing salt intake will be beneficial...
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