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MUSOLF6 SparkPoints: (116,792)
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6/16/12 6:04 P

I took some Hyalouronic acid tabs for my aching knees, I saw improvement within a couple days. It might not work for everyone. I still had to have knee replacement surgery for my left knee, because, there wass no cartilage left. But the tabs made me feel great. emoticon

ANARIE Posts: 12,470
6/16/12 12:12 P

It's meant to be injected into the eye during surgery, and some doctors think it might help arthritis if they inject it into the joint. They put it in some face creams, but there's no evidence that it does any good.

It doesn't do anything if you swallow it. That's not how it's meant to be used; it would be like drinking your moisturizer.

I haven't seen anyone even begin to claim that it does anything for weight loss or motivation. It's supposed to help joint pain, but I wouldn't take it for that unless you've tried known medications and they don't help. I wouldn't take a pill for better skin, either. If you want hyaluronic acid for your skin, look for a face cream that has it. If you swallow it, you're probably just going to digest it, which means you're wasting your money and you risk a stomachache or allergic reaction for nothing.

CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
6/16/12 8:07 A

www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredi
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Diabetes
Q. Does hyaluronic acid raise blood sugar or does it have an anti-diabetic effect? I don't find specific mention of effect on blood sugar. Can you provide some clarification please? I tried Injuv 140-210 mg/day and noticed positive effects in plumping of skin and improved quality of hair. It actually does have a facelift effect and also seems to improve libido. Pretty amazing.
A. I am not aware of research that has looked into its influence on blood sugar but I doubt it has any significant effect.
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SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 56,471
6/15/12 6:37 A

Here's an article that you might find helpful:

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=400


Coach Jen

MANGOTEMPTATION SparkPoints: (2,037)
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6/15/12 4:41 A

Hyaluronic Acid works to plump up the skin cells of the body helping to erase fine lines and wrinkles. Levels of this decline with age and may be 50% less by the age of 40. As a protein, it can hold 1000 times its own weight in water and hence it is excellent at plumping up and hydrating the skin cells. A primary cause of degeneration of the collagen network of the skin is the decreased levels of hydrated hyaluronic acid, which supports the collagen network. Restoring hyaluronic acid plumps the skin cells and restores moisture in all the tissues of the body.
Solgar Hyaluronic Acid 120mg tablets provide vitamin C, chondroitin sulphate and collages (BioCell Collagen II), substances that are important in joint and skin structures.

I will take this for joint and hydration. And I just wonder if I need multivitamins because my life is full and I get to tired



GOLFLADY11 SparkPoints: (33,741)
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6/15/12 4:06 A

What is this for? I know I have used face cream with hyaluronic acid in it.

MANGOTEMPTATION SparkPoints: (2,037)
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6/15/12 2:35 A

Hi to all. I am planning to start Hyalouronic Acid and I was wonder is this help with motivation does anyone knows? Or I need to take extra multivitamins ?

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