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    has anyone heard of green lipped muscle for osteoarthritis?

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    nope.

    Do you mean as in mussel? The shell fish? Still a big nope. Dont bother with those fad cure alls. They dont work.

    Eat healthy, get proper rest, keep your joints and muscles moving and stay out of the sun.
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    I have not heard of that either and really don't think that I would want to eat anything like that. It does not sound appealing at all.

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    E.T? I thought he was thin lipped?

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    takes a nibble of Oluwa's bar :lol:
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    Hey, that's mine....take that and that...

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    I give...what is the green or thin lipped muscle/mussel? I have never knew that they had lips.
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    oh answered my own question...

    The New Zealand green-lipped mussel, also known as the New Zealand mussel or the greenshell mussel

    another thing on the site was...Green-lipped mussels contain high levels of glycosaminoglycan which assist in the repair of damaged joint tissues

    interesting...this site was not a miracle cure site just informative.....
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