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ostinol.com/pages/the-science

This sounds amazing. Has anybody any experience with this?

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The studies referred to on the website cite improvements in joint pain and flexibility, ie arthritis not osteoporosis. Sorry to be negative, but I think you'd be wasting your money.

Unless I haven’t looked well enough it’s also very difficult to see exactly what is in the product.

16. In truth and in fact, Defendants possess no competent and reliable scientific

evidence that any Cyplexinol product, taken as directed, provides any of the health benefits

advertised by Defendants, nor are any of the advertised benefits clinically proven.

From a US Federal Trade Commission lawsuit against Zycal.

ftc.gov/system/files/docume...

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cmoc in reply to wellness1

Thanks, looks like another one bites the dust!

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wellness1 in reply to cmoc

Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings. We're all looking for things that can help and it's maddening there are unscrupulous people out there taking advantage.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. This is what it says below their advertisement for this.

The above sounds pretty damning. Is it likely to be collagen in another form? There’s another new product around that claims to be a modified form of collagen, and better than normal collagen powder, supported by a usually reliable UK doctor. Maybe this should be a new thread, but does anyone here use collagen powder?