Charles Cochran

General Information

Experience

Canadian Journal of Health & Nutrition

Medical Director - MyJointHealth.com

Education

D.C.

doctorate - chiropractic , Palmer College of Chiropractic

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Dr. Cochran
Dr. Charles Cochran CO-Founder Dr.Cochran is considered the "father" of cetyl myristoleate (CM) clinical research. He says that CM is the best natural oil for damaged joints. His nutritional investigative work is known world-wide. Dr. Cochran, our medical director, is the leading CM researcher. Dr. Cochran's patented-fast-acting formula: includes a blend of cetyl myristoleate, aloe vera gel, and methyl salicylate for joint-muscle comfort and flexibility. Book - Arthritis & Cetyl Myristoleate, Dr. Cochran (ISBN#0-9657080-8-6) Book - Arthritis & Cetyl Myristoleate, Dr. Cochran (ISBN#0-9657080-8-6)

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Dr. Cochran
Dr. Charles Cochran CO-Founder Dr.Cochran is considered the "father" of cetyl myristoleate (CM) clinical research. He says that CM is the best natural oil for damaged joints. His nutritional investigative work is known world-wide. Dr. Cochran, our medical director, is the leading CM researcher. Dr. Cochran's patented-fast-acting Joint Cream Magic formula includes a blend of cetyl myristoleate, aloe vera gel, and methyl salicylate for joint-muscle comfort and flexibility. Dr. Cochran's patented-fast-acting formula: includes a blend of cetyl myristoleate, aloe vera gel, and methyl salicylate for joint-muscle comfort and flexibility. Dr. Cochran's newest formula combines 12 natural ingredients that replenish, restore and nourish joints and cartilage with natural lubricating fluid. Book - Arthritis & Cetyl Myristoleate, Dr. Cochran (ISBN#0-9657080-8-6) Book - Arthritis & Cetyl Myristoleate, Dr. Cochran (ISBN#0-9657080-8-6)

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Lubricate Joints with Cetyl Myristoleate

According to Charles Cochran, DC, who has worked with CM for many years, the best results come from products that contain between 20 and 30 per cent CM.
The ratios of the other fatty acids appear to be less important. However, Cochran suggests that cetyl myristate and cetyl myristoleate may also have biological value, while cetyl palmitate and cetyl oleate may interfere with CM activity.3 Personal communication with Charles Cochran, D.C. January, 2002.

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