Did you know that collagen is the single most prevalent protein in the human body? Your body needs it and it gets it from making it itself and from your diet. But, once we turn 25, our body begins to slow the production of collagen. So, you need to ask yourself “Is your diet rich in collagen?” Are you eating like most of us, grabbing whatever we can get from a restaurant several times a week and filling in with marginally healthy boxes of food – or- eating meats and vegetables that are not free-range, farm fresh and organically grown? Are you eating a super healthy plant-based diet? All of these will leave your body lacking the necessary high grade collagen necessary for:
- Healthy Skin
- Healthy Hair and Nails
- Healthy Eyes
- Healthy Joints and Cartilage
- Healthy Bones
- Healthy Tendons, Ligaments and Muscles
- Healthy Internal Organs like Lungs and Heart
- Healthy Placenta and NeoNatal Development
In today’s age of poor quality food at grocery stores and hectic schedules causing us to grab food on the go, it’s essential for us to improve our nutritional intake with a collagen supplement. But….
ALL COLLAGEN SUPPLEMENTS ARE NOT THE SAME!
While it’s crucial to increase our collagen intake, it’s even more important to know what we’re taking. Most collagen supplements found at the grocery store or warehouse store for $7-10 is “collagen”. But, what they’re not telling you is that it IS NOT a blend of the most important types of collagen needed by the body. There are 28 types of collagen, but there are 5 types of which our bodies are in high demand. These are referred to as: TYPE I, II, III, V, X. COMPLEX Collagen Blend has all 5 of these collagen types!
TYPE I Collagen: Aids in wound healing and blood clotting; helps minimize wrinkles and improve skin elasticity; helps minimize presence of cellulite, especially in women; helps rebuild muscles, eyes, bones and spine; good for strengthening nails and growing longer, stronger hair.
TYPE II Collagen: Promotes joint health and possibly helps relieve symptoms of arthritis; promotes growth of connective tissue at the joints, in spinal disks and eyes.
TYPE III Collagen: May aid in intestinal health; May support healthy blood clotting; aids muscle growth. Found in large quantities in your intestines, muscles, blood vessels, and the uterus. It’s most often used with type I collagen for gut healing and to improve skin elasticity and hydration.
TYPE V Collagen: Supports neonatal development; may support eye health. Supports fibrous tissue growth such as those which connect ligaments, tendons and the uterus to other parts of the body. May be an important teammate to TYPE II Collagen in working to relieve symptoms of arthritis.
TYPE X Collagen: Present in normal joint cartilage.
This is why when you find a bottle of Collagen at your local grocery store or warehouse store for a low price and you take it for a month, you don’t feel like it’s doing anything that you’re wanting it to do.
The bottle has 60 capsules and the recommended daily serving is 2 capsules for a full 30-Day Supply of collagen.
It’s critical to take a Collagen Blend Supplement – Take COMPLEX!