- HIGH QUALITY COLLAGEN: Pasture raised, grass-fed, 100% natural hydrolyzed collagen packed with premium-quality protein and amino acids that rebuild and revitalize your entire body from the inside out. Made in the USA. 41 servings, each containing 11g of unflavored hydrolyzed collagen peptides that are easy to mix and even easier for your body to absorb.
- FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH : Collagen is a naturally-occurring protein found in the human body that is essential for healthy skin, hair, and nails. As we age, collagen production declines (starting in your mid-twenties), resulting in weak hair and nails, loose, sagging skin, and deep wrinkles. Increasing collagen can help promote youthful-looking skin, thicker, healthier hair, and stronger nails.
- WE ADDED VITAMIN C : Collagen is a vital substance made of amino acids and accounts for the majority of all protein in the body. Its job is the formation of connective tissue in the body: cartilage in joints, internal tissue in organs, fibrous substances in bones, nails, hair and skin tissue. Vitamin C is a necessary substance for collagen production in the body. Without it, the body simply cannot produce it. It is needed for collagen storage and synthesis (i.e. how the body absorbs substances and works with other substances for vital functions). Collagen forms the fibers that “hold together” the body. Likewise, vitamin C is responsible for “holding together” cells during collagen creation. It is the catalyst for a process called hydroxylation (adding hydrogen and oxygen) within the amino acids proline and lysine. From this, a precursor molecule is created called procollagen within the cell. All of these microscopic steps are needed for collagen to be eventually be created outside of the cell and then go on to eventually form the tissues that hold us all together and that we can see with the naked eye .
✔ Gut Friendly
✔ Dairy Free
✔ GMO Free
✔ Gluten Free
✔ Soy Free
✔ Nut Free
✔ Grain Free
✔ No Artificial Preservatives
✔ No Antibiotics
✔ No Pesticides
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