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    Replacing Collagen/Cartlidge in joints
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    jamin2013 posted:
    I'm not an expert and have NOT had a knee replacement, but a mess of a hip replacement in late 2010, it's been lifechanging in a negative way believe me. My right knee is all worse, but I do not want another surgery.

    I believe with all these replacements Collagen/Cartlidge (what is left) is all gutted out....so for me it makes sense to take a collagen replacement/rebuilder to help collagen replacement...

    I'm on my 3rd month of taking Great Lakes Hydrosylate collagen and will continue and have done a lot of research and reading many reviews from others on this collagen supplement....

    I have no interests in the company that sells this product only an interest in improving my joints as best I can.
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