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  1. #1
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    Default Joint supps backed by clinical studies

    Hi,

    I've found 3 supplements whose benefits have been demonstrated in clinical trials/studies...

    Cosequin Opt from Nutramax
    GLC 5500
    MSM (no particular brand)

    Any others? I'd read that Novus Steadfast was being studied at Texas AM in 2008 but the results were never published that I can find...

    Stacey
    http://behindthebitblog.com
    Dressage, riding, sport horse blog



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    Didn't Conquer Liquid HA from Kinetic have some clinical study done too?



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    Im unsure if it was an actual "clinical" study, but my vet did research on Cosuequin ASU and had fabulous results(much better results than the "regular" cosequin)

    Ive had great success with MSM!



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