Ensuring optimum bone and joint health for a pain-free active lifestyle.
Increase bone strength
Restores bone mass density
Reduce bone and joint pain
Improves mobility and agility
Regenerates joint cartilage
Rebuilds connective tissue
Anti-aging and longevity
Hydrolized Miracle Collagen™ With L-Glutamine
It is the most abundant protein in the human body. It holds together all living tissue and provides the infrastructure of the musculoskeletal system, making it essential for mobility & strength. Collagen peptides, the hydrolyzed form of collagen offer specific benefits that are unique to other protein sources. They are derived from 100% natural sources and are highly digestible and bioavailable.
-Is an amino acid scientifically proven to play an important role in the growth of fibroblast cells which build collagen to give the body its structure.
It is an important contributor to the digestive health and functioning of the gastrointestinal tract.
Provides energy for optimal blood cell functioning.
Is an important fuel for many cells in the immune system and can have a stimulatory effect on the immune system.
Osteoarthritis Of The Knee
Osteoarthritis is one of the most disabling diseases in the world, causing joint pain & restricted joint function. The degenerative joint condition can seriously impact mobility– currently, 80% of those affected suffer limitation in movement. 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men over the age of fifty experience an osteoporotic bone fracture.
Osteoporosis Of The Bone
Osteopenia is the first stage towards developing osteoporosis. With osteopenia rates increasing, particularly among postmenopausal women, preserving healthy bones is vital to avoid unnecessary fractures and to maintain mobility while aging.
Understanding The Role Of Collagen & Your Bones
Bones are in a constant state of flux. The maintenance of the bone matrix and minerals is dependent on a process called bone remodeling, or bone turnover, which replenishes the cells and matrix which form our bones.
Bone turnover replaces approximately 15% of bone mass in healthy adults each year. Imbalanced rates of bone resorption and formation, leading to more bone loss than formation, are indicators of osteopenia, a bone mineral density deficiency.
Collagen provides the structural framework on which calcium and other minerals are anchored. Research has shown that a daily intake of collagen can assist in maintaining collagen levels and can help preserve bone health.