Living Traditionally Type 1 Non-GMO Hydrolyzed Bovine Collagen is produced in the USA from grass-fed bovine!
Collagen supplementation is not only essential for eliminating existing lines and wrinkles, but also for wrinkle prevention! In addition, Hydrolyzed Collagen can make your hair and nails fuller/stronger too!
Reduce Lines and Wrinkles: Living Traditionally Bovine Type 1 Hydrolyzed Collagen supports and promotes natural growth and development of collagen fibers (which provide support and structure for your face and body). Collagen supplements provide essential small chain peptides, proteins, amino acids and proline which encourages your body to naturally produce and maintain collagen fibers. This can reverse years of collagen loss and make existing skin tone/structure appear more youthful and radiant...with less wrinkles and cellulite!
Stronger/Fuller Hair and Nails: Collagen supports strong hair and nail growth. Strengthen and support new hair growth while making mature hair look radiant and healthy. Collagen supports new hair growth by strengthening hair strands and preventing "breakage". It also makes each hair strand thicker which makes hair appear fuller.
Collagen has a similar affect on nails...in particular making them grow strong and grow fast! So, stop breaking nails and enjoy naturally long, strong nails! (see additional information below)
Increase Skin Hydration Levels: Studies show that regular intake of Collagen peptides (along with regular water consumption) can increase skin hydration levels by 20-50%. Proper skin hydration levels will help protect the skin from sun damage, burns, dryness, flaking and itching. Living Traditionally Non-GMO Collagen can help your skin achieve a youthful and glowing appearance!
How To Use:
Add 1 tablespoon of collagen to any liquid beverage including water. Take 1-2 times per day.
About Taking Collagen: Collagen is one of the most popular dietary and anti-aging products on the market! Why? Because it works! You will find it to be a very fine, white powder that dissolves clear and tasteless in water alone. If adding to cold water, it may take a few minutes to fully dissolve. You may add collagen to a variety of beverages (hot and cold), coffee, tea, smoothies, yogurt, soups, dips, etc. You can even add it to cooked foods like mac n' cheese. Be creative, but don't microwave this or any dietary supplement!
You may find it helpful (as with most powdered supplements) to stir the product with a fork instead of a spoon. Also, collagen can be sticky once moisture hits it, so avoid unwanted contact with water/moisture. Cleaning any spilled product however, requires only warm water and soap.
More On Collagen For Thicker/Fuller Hair
Collagen greatly helps in hair growth and regeneration.
It possesses anti-oxidant properties and fights the production of free radicals in the body. Naturally produced in the body, free radicals damage the hair follicles, leading to hair loss. But having a sufficient amount of collagen in the hair shaft, strengthens the hair follicles and improves hair growth. Ingesting collagen can also improve the overall volume of your hair by increasing the diameter of each individual hair, thereby giving your hair a fuller appearance.
Hair is primarily made up of keratin, which your body produces most effectively when the blood supplies follicles with amino acids. To increase the supply of amino acids in your blood, you can take collagen supplements, which are absorbed by your small intestines. Hair follicle cells use these amino acids to produce keratin proteins.
As you age, your hair may become dry and coarse. Collagen can be used to treat dry, brittle hair by increasing the hair’s moisture levels and repairing split ends. Collagen can also reduce the appearance of gray hairs.
More On Collagen for Stronger Nails
One reason why collagen peptide powder is a good supplement for your nails is because it's high in the amino acid, arginine. Collagen peptides contain 18 of the 20 amino acids... arginine is one of them. This creates Nitric Oxide which is essential for bringing blood and nutrients to nail roots.
A study published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology investigated if and how collagen peptides benefits the nails. The subjects supplemented with the collagen peptide powder once a day for 24 weeks.
The results: supplementation with collagen peptides promoted an increase of 12% nail growth rate and a decrease of 42% in the frequency of broken nails. Moreover, about two-thirds of the subjects reported better outcomes with less brittle nails. Almost 90% of the participants showed improvement after 24 weeks of taking collagen peptides. "The majority of participants (80%) agreed that the use of collagen peptides improved their nails' appearance, and were completely satisfied with the performance of the treatment," concluded this studies authors.