Our society has an obsession with healthy skin. We hate wrinkles, acne, & blemishes. Your skin is an outside indicator for your internal health. When we have skin based disorders those are very often outside manifestations of toxicity, mineral imbalances, oxidative stress, and inflammatory processes that are taking place within the body.
These inflammatory processes degrade the key materials necessary for healthy skin, joints, ligaments, cartilage, muscles, nails, bone and hair. Our body works to balance, heal and regenerate these structures. Unfortunately, when the inflammatory processes are degrading these structures at a significantly faster rate than the natural healing and reparative processes of the body than we begin to age faster and have major health problems.
Introducing Collagen Protein:
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 bioavailable, digestible and soluble in cold water. The intake of collagen ensures the cohesion, elasticity and regeneration of skin, hair, tendon, cartilage, bones, and joints.
Collagen Protein Benefits:
These cattle gaze solely on lush grasslands in Brazil and are not given hormones, steroids, or antibiotics. They eat their natural diet – grass, and receive plenty of open space and sunshine. We believe in providing our animals with an environment that nature intended, and the result is a high quality protein that is natural and pure.
Nourishment from the inside out
Want to look and feel younger? 70% of our skin is made up of collagen. The amino acids are rapidly absorbed, providing rapid regeneration of skin structure.
- Improve Skin Smoothness
- Prevent Deep Wrinkles
- Improve Skin Suppleness
Bone and Joint Support
Collagen is the protein that holds our bodies together, without it we would literally fall apart. It is a major component of ligaments, bones, joints, and tendons. Dietary supplementation provides rapid absorption and repair of all structures in the body.
- Increase Bone Density
- Reduce Joint Pain
- Prevent Joint Degeneration
Fit for Life
Collagen has been proven to be more effective than whey protein in regards to athletic performance and building muscle. The naturally occurring amino acids reduce inflammation from training and exercise. The protein from collagen also helps to stabilize appetite.
- Restore Muscle
- Lose & Maintain Weight
- Increase Athletic Performance
Healthy Intestinal Tract:
Collagen helps support a healthy intestinal tract. It is a key support nutrient for healing leaky gut syndrome and reducing auto-immunity. Using this protein supplement gives one many of the same benefits that come with using bone broth.
The most abundant amino acid in collagen, glycine, is anti-inflammatory and also known to calm down the nervous system. The result is not only less pain and inflammation in the body, but deeper, more restorative sleep as well.
What is Collagen?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body. It is a primary building block of skin, hair, nails, bones, tendons, joints, and cartilage. It is considered the “glue that holds the body together”.
Why Do I Need Collagen?
When we get older, the production of collagen begins to slow down and cell structures start losing their strength. As a result, the typical signs of aging: loose skin, wrinkles, joint pain, low bone density, thinning hair, begin to show.
Backed by clinical studies, collagen supplementation is the most effective anti-aging method known today. By giving your body the raw materials it needs to repair, you are healing your body from the inside out.
The cold-water soluble nature of Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides makes it fantastic for mixing into almost any drink or dish imaginable.
Suggestions For Use:
- Add to hot tea or coffee
- Add to soups or stews to increase thickness and add protein
- Home-made marshmallows
- Fruit Jello
- Desserts such as mousse, pie, or custards
- Put in shakes for protein and a gelatinous texture
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