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Further Food Collagen Peptides 100% Pure Protein Powder Unflavored -- 28 Servings


Further Food Collagen Peptides 100% Pure Protein Powder Unflavored
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Further Food Collagen Peptides 100% Pure Protein Powder Unflavored Description

  • Grass-Fed & Pasture-Raised
  • Unflavored/Odorless
  • Dietary Supplement
  • Anti-Aging, Weight Loss, Gut Health, Bones & Joints
  • Kosher
  • Sugar Free
  • Non GMO
  • Gluten Free
  • Made in USA

Further Food Collagen Peptides is the ultimate anti-aging protein powder – daily use promotes weight loss while reversing wrinkles, strengthening hair and nails, improving gut health, and reducing joint stiffness and pain! Our collagen protein powder quickly dissolves (with no flavor, smell or gelling) and can be added to your favorite beverages or meals.

  • 8,000 mg of hydrolyzed collagen peptides powder per serving
  • Sourced from grass-fed bovine hides from South America
  • May help reduce wrinkles and strengthen hair & nails +
  • May help strengthen bones & joints and improve gut health +
  • Highly bioavailable; absorbed quickly for max benefits +
  • Unflavored, Keto, Paleo, Sugar Free
  • Packaged in 100% Post-Consumer Recycled jars 


Directions

Add 1-2 scoops daily to coffee, tea, smoothies, any recipe.
Enjoy any time of day!
Free Of
GMO, rBGH, Gluten, Sugar.

*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: 1 Scoop (8 g)
Servings per Container: About 28
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories29
Total Fat0 g0%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 g0%
Sodium24 mg1%
Total Carbohydrate0 mg0%
   Dietary Fiber0 g0%
   Total Sugars0 g
     Includes 0g Added Sugars0%
Protein7
Typical Amino Acid Profile
Alanine672 mg
Arginine616 mg
Aspartic Acid360 mg
Glutamic Acid800 mg
Glycine1864 mg
Histidine72 mg
Hydroxylysine120 mg
Hydroxproline984 mg
Isoleucine96 mg
Leucine208 mg
Lysine264 mg
Methionine72 mg
Phenylalanine128 mg
Proline1096 mg
Serine272 mg
Threonine152 mg
Tyrosine48 mg
Valine176 mg
Other Ingredients: Grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine collagen peptides.
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The best way to lose weight as you get older

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Challenges seniors may face

Seniors face some special challenges when trying to lose weight. For starters, those with certain health conditions should see a physician before trying to lose weight. Such conditions might include: Also, older adults are at a higher risk of undernutrition than younger people, Daniel says. So, it is particularly important to eat foods that are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. One way to boost your nutritional content is to purchase shelf-stable and nutritionally complete meal replacement shakes, such as Boost and Ensure. Look for high-protein, lower-sugar versions, Daniel says. Daniel says older adults are especially vulnerable to a condition known as sarcopenic obesity, which is defined as the presence of both sarcopenia -- loss of muscle -- and obesity. Older adults generally have a lower percentage of lean mass, or muscle, than younger adults. “We want to protect loss of lean mass when older adults lose weight,” Daniel says. “This helps prevent falls, fractures and decline in quality of life.” For this reason, moderate calorie reduction – rather than severe restriction – is best in older adults. Older adults also should take extra care to get enough fiber and protein into their diet. “Protein helps us feel fuller faster and longer, which helps in weight loss,” Daniel says. The UK study found that professionals can help older dieters reach their weight-loss goals. Working with nutritionists, exercise specialists and behavior or mental health professionals can indeed make sense, Daniel says You also might benefit from consulting with a physician. For instance, a doctor may be able to determine if a medication you are taking is contributing to weight gain, Daniel says.

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