Fortigel Shown to Promote the Regeneration of Cartilage Tissue, Harvard Medical School And Tufts Medical Center Study

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Nutrition Horizon -- The natural substance Fortigel stimulates the regeneration of cartilage. This has been confirmed by the results of two independent investigations which were presented last weekend at the congress of the Osteoarthritis Research Society International (OARSI) in Montreal. A clinical trial performed by Harvard Medical School and Tufts Medical Center demonstrated the efficacy of Fortigel on the basis of magnetic resonance images (MRI). Working in collaboration with Kiel University, scientists at the Kiel-based Collagen Research Institute (CRI) then gathered experimental evidence of the effects of Fortigel on cartilage cells. Fortigel has been developed by GELITA AG, the world’s leading manufacturer of collagen peptides. These research findings open up entirely new market perspectives for products designed to prevent and treat joint disorders and osteoarthritis.

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