By age 30, your body begins to make less collagen, which can result in a number of health issues. Collagen Peptides is a powerful solution, specifically formulated to boost the health of your hair, skin, nails, joints, immune system, and more. It also provides amino acids that play a variety of important roles in the body. Sourced from grass-fed beef, fish, cage-free chicken, and eggshell membrane, it provides the five main collagen types (I, II, III, V, and X).
Who it’s for: anyone seeking the five main collagen types to boost the health of their hair, skin, nails, joints, and immune system.
What it does: by providing a variety of collagens:
- Promotes healthy cartilage, nails, hair, and stomach lining
- Promotes immune system support
- Supports healthy joints
- Promotes appearance of healthy skin
- Supports healthy bones
What sets this product apart?
- Includes collagen digesting enzymes that allow the body to better utilize dosage
- Sourced from grass-fed beef, fish, cage-free chicken, and eggshell membrane
- Clean, sustainable ingredients
- The different forms of collagen allow one to reap alternative benefits from each
|Hydrolyzed grass fed beef collagen||
|Fish collagen||A type 1 collagen with the best absorption and bioavailability due to smaller particle sizes than other animal collagens.|
|Cage-free chicken collagen||A type II collagen that contains chondroitin and glucosamine, which rebuild cartilage to help:
|Eggshell membrane collagen concentrate||
Ingredients: Hydrolyzed grass-fed beef collagen, fish collagen, chicken collagen, eggshell membrane collagen concentrate (includes Types I, II, III, V, X), collagen digesting enzymes (protease, serrapeptase), fulvic powder.
CONTAINS: Fish (Catfish, Tilapia, Cod, Haddock, Perch, Pangasius Hypophthalmus)
SUGGESTED USE: Add 2 scoops (21.2 g) of powder to 8 fl oz of water, juice or hot or cold liquid or recipe of choice.
KEEP TIGHTLY CLOSED IN A COOL, DRY PLACE. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
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 Department of Life Sciences (R&D), Datt Mediproducts Ltd., Gurgaon, India
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