Vital Proteins Unflavored Marine Collagen Sticks
What is Marine Collagen?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body and is a key constituent of all connective tissues. Collagen provides the infrastructure of the musculoskeletal system, essential for mobility.* Peptides are short chain amino acids naturally derived from collagen protein.
These natural peptides are highly bio-available, digestible and soluble in cold water. The intake of collagen ensures the cohesion, elasticity and regeneration of skin, hair, tendon, cartilage, bones and joints.*
Marine Collagen Benefits
- Promotes youthful skin, healthier hair, and stronger nails*
- Helps keep bones healthy and strong*
- Supports joint health*
- Contributes to a balanced diet and helps maintain weight*
- Natural glycine promotes healthy immune, digestive, and central nervous systems*
Collagen is a natural and healthy ingredient that has been used for centuries. Collagen-rich foods are a large part of traditional diets. Our ancestors utilized whole-animal nutrition, which provided an abundant amount of collagen, the native form of gelatin. Over time, we have lost touch with this powerful, healing superfood.
Vital Proteins' Marine Collagen is made from the scales of fresh Non-GMO Project Verified snapper wild-caught in the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii using sustainable harvesting.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Typical Amino Acid Profile ( Alanine , Arginine , Aspartic Acid , Cystine , Glutamic Acid , Glycine , Histidine , Hydroxyproline , Isoleucine , Leucine , Lysine , methionine , Phenylalanine , Proline , Serine , Threonine , Tryptophan , Tyrosine , Valine ) . Collagen Peptides ( , from : Whitefish ) .
Derived From Fish and Their Derivatives.
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