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Very few orthodox doctors favor natural products for treating the pain and stiffness of arthritis and similar disabilities resulting from accidents. Not so, with Ramon B. Gustilo, MD, former Chair in Orthopedic Surgery at the Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation.

World-famous for research in artificial joint replacement and fracture fixation, and co-inventing the most widely used hip replacement device, Dr. Gustilo treats arthritis patients with a natural, non-prescription material - Hydrolyzed Collagen Type II - so effective in treating rheumatoid and osteoarthritis that Dr. Gustilo will soon begin a double-blind study on its specific benefits. Collagen Type II is the most prevalent collagen found in the human body. As we age, the collagen in our joints, skin and hair begins to weaken. Dry hair and skin, brittle nails, and tender joints can be the result. Collagen Type II helps replenish and rebuild collagen weakened by age.

Rich in chondroitin sulfate and naturally-occurring Hyaluronic Acid (a joint and skin lubricant with proven youthifying benefits), Collagen Type II is linked to many success stories about its positive effects on both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Solid studies report that Hyaluronic Acid promotes greater agility, especially in knee osteoarthritis, and helps renew connective tissue and skin.

About Arthritis:

The most common causes of osteoarthritis are over-use, abuse and injury. As we age, insulating cartilage at the joints wears away, and bone rasps on bone. In rheumatoid arthritis, the immune system attacks the cartilage in joints throughout the body.

Hydrolyzed (Patented) Collagen Type II works in different ways on these two major types of arthritis. In osteoarthritis, it supplies critical building materials to restore health to cartilage in the joints and a rich amount of the naturally-occurring anti-inflammatory proteoglycans. In rheumatoid arthritis, it instructs the immune system to stop attacking cartilage and enables the body to rebuild damaged cartilage.

Worthy of Applause:

Hydrolyzed Collagen Type II, derived from 100% pure chicken sternum cartilage (part of the breastbone) is entirely safe. Benefits frequently include pain reduction and improved joint mobility.

A study by A.J. Bollet, MD, revealed that Collagen Type II cartilage helps with joint diseases by promoting protein and chondroitin sulfate synthesis, keys to cartilage building. Of the various types of cartilage tested, chicken breast sternum cartilage showed the highest level of Collagen Type II, anti-inflammatory proteoglycans.

Hydrolyzed Collagen Type II is extracted from chicken breast sternum cartilage only. This patented Collagen Type II is the most absorbable found anywhere, and includes the easiest to assimilate forms of chondroitin sulfate and Hyaluronic Acid.

All of the natural components of Collagen Type II combine to contribute effectiveness in treating abuse, or wear and tear, on the joints. Here are a few examples.

A man recovering from an auto accident could not move his head or walk without laboring. After a week on this product, the discomfort and stiffness had lessened dramatically. By the end of three weeks, he could move his head freely and walk with no problems. He was so elated that he demonstrated his condition to the owner of a grocery store chain. The owner was so impressed that he agreed to carry the product in his stores.

Another person was diagnosed with scoliosis, osteoarthritis of the spine, and degenerative disc disease. Her active life was over. Because of the constant pain, she had to go on disability at work. Within one month of using a patented Collagen Type II product, she was amazed at the improvement. Within four months, she was back to her active life.

After eight years in and out of a wheelchair, an arthritis patient is now free of the wheelchair and has returned to singing and dancing on stage; thanks to hydrolyzed Collagen Type II!

James Scheer, former editor of Let's Live magazine, author of many nutritional articles and books (including The Garlic Cure, The Magic of Chia, and Solved, the Riddle of Illness) has been the featured author in previous issues of Applied Health Journal

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