Collagen has been all over the news as an important natural supplement for 2017. What is collagen? What benefits could you expect to see? Any side effects you should be aware of? How is it best used?
Let’s break it down! First, let’s take the mystery out of collagen. Collagen and its cousin, gelatin are not a new health phenomenon. Our ancestors knew the benefits of collagen – think jello and chicken noodle soup.
Protein Essentials Collagen, which is the supplement version of collagen, is derived from 100% natural, South American, pasture raised, sustainable sources and is free from preservatives, additives and has no known side-effects. Our collagen peptides are a unique, readily absorbed protein that offer proven benefits for healthy aging, joint and bone health, skin beauty and sports nutrition.
There is no denying that past the age of 30, when collagen production begins to decline, a natural collagen supplement can be essential. Collagen improves a number of age related inflammation and degenerative issues.
Safe, natural Protein Essentials Collagen added to a daily routine is simple and offers huge benefits. As little as two scoops a day, morning and evening, will support bone and joint health, skin health, improve sleep quality while improving weight control, and leaky gut. A simple addition to the daily routine with healthy rewards, for an active lifestyle at any age.
Studies have shown hydrolyzed collagen not only promotes muscle regeneration, but also stimulates bone tissue formation, reduces the cartilage degrading effects of osteoarthritis, lessens joint pain, improves skin appearance and decreases wrinkles. Collagen protects joints and improves athletic performance.
Protein Essentials Collagen is a non-allergenic, dairy-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, soy-free, kosher and paleo protein supplement. It is the highest quality collagen peptide supplement; easily digested, non GMO, natural collagen protein powder with 18 amino acids. It is also flavor-less and odor-less, making it easy and convenient to use.
The simplest way to take collagen is to stir it into a hot or cool drink. Each serving has 13g of protein and 52 calories. Adding collagen to a morning cup of coffee, tea or juice is a healthy, protein rich way to start the day. Collagen can also easily mixes into foods like oatmeal or yogurt. It is as easy as that!