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Potatoes, sweet potatoes, meat and bananas are high in hyaluronic acid. Animal products are considered to be the best source of hyaluronic acid. More »

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Hyaluronic acid is a carbohydrate, a mucopolysaccharide naturally present throughout the body. It has a chemical structure of glycosaminoglycan and binds with water to form a viscous gel. The major function of hyaluronic... More »

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Hyaluronic acid is extracted from rooster combs or made synthetically in the laboratory. Hyaluronic acid is found in the epithelial and conjunctive tissues in the human body. The highest concentrations are found in the f... More »

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Many plant-based foods, including squash, sweet potatoes, beans, broccoli and bananas, are high in potassium. Some animal products, such as pork tenderloin and yogurt, are also good sources of potassium. Adults need to c... More »

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Some high-potassium foods include apricots, mangoes, bananas, peaches, oranges, sweet potatoes, kidney beans, lentils, tomatoes and greens. Foods with lower levels of potassium include apples, cranberries, blackberries, ... More »

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To administer a hyaluronic acid joint injection, the doctor first uses a needle to aspirate any excess fluid from the patient's joint, then injects the joint with hyaluronic acid, according to the American Academy of Ort... More »

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The benefits of using hyaluronic acid include adding volume to thin or dry areas of the skin, especially in the lips, according to WebMD. It is used to reduce the appearance of fine lines, furrows and wrinkles. More »

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