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Could this food staple turned supplement help to treat, and even prevent, osteoarthritis and other inflammatory joint conditions?

Avocado soy unsaponifiables (ASU), an over-the-counter supplement, may help to treat, and even prevent, osteoarthritis and other inflammatory joint conditions.

This common cooking spice can be used as a supplement to help ease inflammation and improve overall joint and muscle health.

 
Curcumin, found in the cooking spice turmeric, can be used as a supplement to help ease inflammation and improve overall joint and muscle health.

Evidence for many pain supplements is preliminary or weak, according to some experts. But they’re generally safe—unless you’re taking blood thinners.

Here's what you need to know about taking supplements for pain. Experts say the evidence is weak so don't expect miracles.

Researchers are finding evidence this sappy treat could have some sweet health benefits. Could this be the next super food? Pass the syrup!

Canadian researchers have isolated a compound in maple syrup, quebecol, that shows both anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities.

Dietary Supplements and Other Nutraceuticals for Chronic Pain

Nutraceuticals (or dietary supplements) may help relieve some types of chronic pain, including osteoarthritis and diabetic neuropathy.
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