NutritionHyaluronic Acid ... any value for aging

jessicaP
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Hyaluronic Acid ... any value for aging

Post by jessicaP » Sat Sep 19, 2020 7:31 pm

I thing i have done my home work for this supplement and it seems to help our bodies retain moisture on a temporary, day-to-day basis.

Does it have any anti-aging value? I don't see anything in the literature?

Are there any risks?

I am thinking of recommending it to a friend with bad knees while she waits for surgery. There seems to be some research to bacj up that it can help with joints. I am just wondering what folks around here think..
 


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Re: Hyaluronic Acid ... any value for aging

Post by Boxcost » Sun Sep 20, 2020 5:05 am

jessicaP wrote:
Sat Sep 19, 2020 7:31 pm
I thing i have done my home work for this supplement and it seems to help our bodies retain moisture on a temporary, day-to-day basis.

Does it have any anti-aging value? I don't see anything in the literature?

Are there any risks?

I am thinking of recommending it to a friend with bad knees while she waits for surgery. There seems to be some research to bacj up that it can help with joints. I am just wondering what folks around here think..
 



 
I too have been looking into this supplement. Have not decided as yet but leaning towards yes.  Taking my time as I am already supplementing with hydrolyzed collagen (on top of everything else I am doing) and feel it has greatly helped with my joints. Niggles in my knee and shoulder are pretty much gone after 6-9 months of hydrolyzed collagen use.

This youtube is a good overview on the science it covers some of the safety aspects as well, does look good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UdTLHaCh2go

It appears our ability to retain moisture or produce / retain hyaluronic acid declines with ages, so this does look to have anti-aging value.

A friend of mine a while ago has had a left knee reconstruction surgery, 18months ago recommended for another surgery for right keen now due to pain, mobility issues, etc. Instead of surgery they have been on a journey with focused optimal diet, fasting, exercise, then supplements about a year ago like NMN, Reveratrol, Curcumin all helped. When they added Hydrolyzed Collagen about 9 months ago it helped a lot more, then added Fisetin about 3 months ago and that seemed to pretty much get rid of most pain / discomfort in the right knee. The surgery it now appears is no longer required i.e they just finished a week of skiing and trekking in the mountains and feel great!
 
 
Newage
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Re: Hyaluronic Acid ... any value for aging

Post by Newage » Sun Sep 20, 2020 3:46 pm

“We are what we eat”
Truer words never spoken..🤔
canadahealthy
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Re: Hyaluronic Acid ... any value for aging

Post by canadahealthy » Sun Sep 20, 2020 8:53 pm

Well a lot of people agreeing on the joint improvement with HA and Collagen.

Good to here!
NewLifeScience
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Re: Hyaluronic Acid ... any value for aging

Post by NewLifeScience » Wed Sep 23, 2020 5:44 pm

Yes, HA, Collagen along with anti-inflammatories must be able to do a lot.
NMN

Astragalus
Berberine
Blueberry extract
Green Tea Extract
Gotu Kola
Liposomal Curcumin / Resveratrol
Melatonin
Methyl B12
Methylfolate
Sulforaphane
TMG
Vitamin C
Vitamin D
Vitamin E tocotrienols
Vitamin K2
Virgin Olive Oil
Boxcost
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Re: Hyaluronic Acid ... any value for aging

Post by Boxcost » Thu Sep 24, 2020 7:53 pm

Hi all, new release from Dr Rhonda Patrick on Hydrolized Collagen and also includes mention of Hyaluronic Acid.

See:
https://www.foundmyfitness.com/topics/collagen/

I have decided to buy Hyaluronic Acid supplements, will start with low dose of 60mg 5-6 days a week to take at night. My thinking is that as it helps retain water in the body, night time might provide an additional benefit for me with less sleep disruption needing to release excess water :)

 
canadahealthy
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Re: Hyaluronic Acid ... any value for aging

Post by canadahealthy » Mon Sep 28, 2020 6:14 pm

I don't think there are any anti-aging properties to HA.

But if you are older and have sore joints... or if you want to make your skin more youthful looking on a short term basis, it helps.
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