I've been working on a torn meniscus for a bit now. Things are going pretty well, but I still relapse if I slack on the exercises.
I'm wondering if I should be specifically timing my bone broth and collagen intake to maximize their therapeutic effects.
I'm also open to any other suggestions.
I don't think you should be timing them, really. This is the regiment I followed for a month when I fell and hurt my knee:
Bone broth, 1 cup a day
Collagen types I and III (1x a day)
Collagen type II (5-6 hours apart from the other collage supplement) (1x day)
CoQ10 Ubiquinol (3x week)
Biosil (silicon) (3x week)
That was on top of my daily D3, some krill oil, Mg, and K2 Mk4 (not daily).
I recall that the Perfect Health Diet (2nd edition) mentions that sufficient levels of zinc and of vitamin c are required for the body to build its own collagen. After putting those in as supplements my lower back pain of many months has started to improve slowly.
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