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Ancient Nutrition Multi Collagen Protein -- 90 Capsules


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Ancient Nutrition Multi Collagen Protein -- 90 Capsules

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Ancient Nutrition Multi Collagen Protein Description

  • Supports Healthy Skin, Nails and Joints
  • Features 5 Sources of Collagen
  • Types I, II, III, V, and X

If you’re looking to boost your collagen intake while on-the-go, Multi Collagen Protein capsules could be just what you’re looking for. Most collagens on the market feature only one source of collagen, but Multi Collagen Protein features five collagen types from four different sources!

 

PLUS, Multi Collagen Capsules contains clinically studied eggshell membrane, clinically studied organic ashwagandha and organic amla berry.

 

It’s specially designed to:

  • Support Joint Comfort (in as little as 7 days)
  • Support Healthy Flexibility and Mobility
  • Support Joint Health

Four different sources of collagen—bovine, chicken, fish and egg—in Multi Collagen Protein Powder feature collagen Type I, II, III, V and X. That’s an amazing matrix of collagen!

 

Bovine collagen is a naturally occurring protein found in the skin, bones and muscles of cows, featuring Type I and Type III collagen. Type I collagen is among the most abundant collagen found in the human body and forms collagen fibers. It’s present in ligaments, tendons, bones and other areas. Type III collagen frequently works in tandem with Type I collagen and is in bone, cartilage, bone marrow and connective tissue. Collagen Type I and III are the major components of skin, hair, nails, muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, gums, teeth, eyes and blood vessels.

 

Chicken collagen is also known as collagen Type II—a protein found in the cartilage, bones and other tissues of chickens. It’s a highly researched collagen.

 

Fish collagen is a sustainable source of collagen which generally has increased absorption rates and bioavailability due to the smaller particle size of fish collagen peptides.† Since fish collagen features Type I collagen, the most abundant of the many collagens in the body, it’s a great addition to Multi Collagen Protein.

 

Then there’s clinically studied eggshell membrane collagen. Substances similar to Types I and V collagens are found in each of the two layers of the eggshell membrane. This eggshell membrane ingredient is helpful in supporting joint health, joint comfort (in as little as 7 days), and joint flexibility and mobility.† This clinically studied eggshell membrane is the highest dose-matching level of support found in the impressive clinical studies surrounding it.

 

Multi Collagen Capsules also features clinically studied organic ashwagandha. For added support, Multi Collagen Capsules also features organic amla berry.


Directions

Suggested Use: Adults take 3 capsules daily with 8 ounces of water or your favorite beverage.
Free Of
Added milk, shellfish, tree nuts, wheat, peanuts, soy.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 3 Capsules
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Multi Collagen Complex
Hydrolyzed Bovine Hide Collagen Peptides, Eggshell Membrane Collagen, Organic Ashwagandha Root and Leaf Extract, Calcium Fructoborate, Hydrolyzed Fish Collagen Peptides, Chicken Bone Broth Bollagen Concentrate, Organic Amla Berry Extract
2 g*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Egg, haddacok, cod, pollack (fish).

Made on equipment that also processes milk, eggs, fish, tree nuts and soy.

Warnings

If you are pregnant, nursing, allergic, have a medical condition or taking any medications, consult a doctor before using this or any other dietary supplement. Color and odor may vary from lot to lot.

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Collagen Peptides: Benefits and How to Use Them

Raved about by fitness enthusiasts and healthcare professionals alike, it’s no wonder that collagen peptides have scored a spot as one the top supplements of the year. Not only are they widely available in powdered form, but they are also commonly added to skincare formulas, hair products, sports supplements and more.

So what are collagen peptides and how can they affect your health? Let’s take a closer look at this incredible ingredient and why you may want to start stocking up.

Collagen peptide powder on pink background


What Are Collagen Peptides?

First things first: what is collagen? Collagen is a type of protein found throughout the body, especially in the muscles, tendons, joints and ligaments. In addition to maintaining the health of the connective tissues, collagen also helps promote the turnover of skin cells to help keep skin supple and smooth.†

Taking a collagen supplement is an easy and effective way to support muscle mass, joint health and skin renewal, which is important because collagen production tends to decline as you start to get older.† Collagen peptides, in particular, are a type of collagen supplement that have been hydrolyzed into smaller units, making it even easier for your body to absorb and use.

Collagen Peptides vs. Collagen Protein

Collagen protein is a popular supplement that has been extensively studied for its beneficial effects on health. Typically, these supplements are made up of long chains of amino acids such as glycine, proline and hydroxyproline, found in the bones, skin and cartilage of certain animals. (Related reading: Is there vegan collagen?)

Collagen peptides, on the other hand, are made up of collagen proteins that have undergone a process called hydrolyzation, which breaks the long chains of amino acids into smaller units. This increases its bioavailability, which allows the amino acids to enter the bloodstream and travel through the body more readily. Collagen peptides are also known by a number of other names as well, including hydrolyzed collagen powder and collagen hydrolysate.

Collagen Peptides: Benefits of Use

1. Supports Joint Health†

Collagen is beneficial for supporting healthy tissues and joints. According to one study published in International Journal of Medical Sciences, taking collagen helped improve joint function and quality of life in people with osteoarthritis after just 90 days.†

2. Supports Skin†

Collagen can often be spotted on the ingredients label of skincare serums, beauty and anti-aging supplements (like this Multi Collagen Beauty + Sleep Formula, for instance), and for good reason. Collagen peptides are known for their ability to support cellular renewal and structure -- both crucial for skin health and appearance. A 2014 study out of Germany, for instance, showed that supplementing with collagen peptides for four weeks significantly improved skin elasticity and enhanced skin moisture in older women.†

3. Supports Muscle Mass†

Research shows that adding collagen to your workout regimen may support muscle mass and growth. For example, one study in The British Journal of Nutrition showed that combining collagen peptide supplementation with resistance training led to increased muscle strength and reduced body fat within 12 weeks. Not only that, but specific proteins found in collagen such as glycine and glutamine can also preserve muscle mass and promote muscle recovery as well.†

4. Supports Bone Health†

Collagen can have a powerful impact on bone health. In fact, one study conducted in Germany actually found that taking collagen increased bone mineral density in postmenopausal women while also improving bone formation. Plus, another study in the Journal of Medicinal Food reported that taking collagen alongside a calcium supplement was more effective at preventing bone loss in women than using a calcium supplement alone.†

How to Use Collagen Peptides

Fortunately, there are many quick and convenient options for consuming this superstar supplement.

Mix it, drink it, bake it or take it:

  • Mix into your morning smoothie.
  • Add to your cup of coffee to kick up the nutritional profile.
  • Sip on Sparkling Collagen Sangria.
  • Sprinkle into puddings or dips (like this Keto Cauliflower Collagen Hummus).
  • Add into the batter of your favorite baked goods, granola bars or pancakes for a boost of extra protein.
  • Swap out your favorite protein powder for a scoop of collagen as an easy post-workout snack.

†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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