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Cetylated Fatty Acids
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Cetylated Fatty Acids Overview

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In 2004, a special mixture of fats called cetylated fatty acids began to be widely marketed as a treatment for osteoarthritis. Although the claims associated with this product appear to exceed what has actually been proven, it is fair to say that cetylated fatty acids have shown definite promise in preliminary trials.

Requirements/Sources

There is no dietary requirement for cetylated fatty acids.

Therapeutic Dosages

Cetylated fatty acids are used both orally and as a topical cream.

A typical oral dose of cetylated fatty acids is 1,000 to 2,000 mg daily. Cetylated fatty acid creams are applied two to four times daily to the affected area.

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