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OBVI Super Collagen Protein Cocoa Cereal -- 13.79 oz


OBVI Super Collagen Protein Cocoa Cereal
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OBVI Super Collagen Protein Cocoa Cereal -- 13.79 oz

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OBVI Super Collagen Protein Cocoa Cereal Description

  • The Obvious Choice
  • Hydrolyzed Grass-Fed Bovine Multi-Collagen Peptides
  • Support For Youthful Hair, Skin & Nails
  • 10 g Collagen Per Serving
  • Fortified with Biotin B7
  • 0 g Sugar | 40 Calories | 90 mg Vitamin C 100% DV
  • Gluten Free • Dairy Free
  • Keto Friendly • Non GMO

Obvi's Super Collagen Supports:

 

» Stronger & Healthier Hair

» Glowing & Radiant Skin

» Healthy Nail Growth

» Alleviating Joint Pain & Soreness

» Reduces Fine Skin Lines and Wrinkles

» And Much More...!

 

Obvi's Super Collagen Protein is the most advanced Collagen in the market because it actually increases the absorption rate of collagen within the body.

 

The Obvious Choice

Benefits of Obvi Super Collagen

 

Glowing Skin

Get selfie ready with an enviably radiant complexion

Joint Support

Alleviate joint pain and improve overall flexibility

Gut Health

Our amino acids help promote digestive health and sustain a healthy gut.

Luscious Hair

Hair swish your way into everyday with thick beautiful tresses

Weight Loss

Satisfy your cravings and curb your appetite

Strong Nails

Wave goodbye to brittle, weak nails

 

Super Collagen Formula

Maximizes Collagen Absorption

Obvi's Super Collagen Protein is an advanced collagen formula containing Hydrolyzed Grass-Fed Bovine Collagen Peptides, Biotin, Vitamin C & E, Calcium, Iron and Magnesium. A complete compound with ingredients that work together to increase overall collagen absorption.

 

Biotin B7

Doubling down on your hair, skin and nails with biotin and collagen in the same formulation helps with the absorption of collagen along with seeing effective results twice as fast. Why choose one when you can have both

Vitamin C

Vitamin C aids the normal formation of collagen for cartilage function by helping to reinforce joints. Vitamin C or ascorbic acid also helps your body form blood vessels, muscle tissue and collagen

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is an antioxidant. it's main function in skin care is to protect against sun damage. Vitamin E absorbs the harmful UV light from the sun.

Calcium

Calcium aids in the ability to synthesize well with biotin and iron to provide for a faster absorption rate of our total formulation. Calcium helps maintain a healthy body, and ensures teeth and bones are strong

Magnesium

Magnesium aids in the recovery process and a more restful night's sleep by helping to maintain healthy levels of GABA which many collagen supplements don't provide

Iron

Iron is essential in oxygen transport and participate in many enzymatic systems in the body, with important roles in collagen synthesis and metabolishing Vitamin C & E

 

Collagen That Actually Tastes Good!

Delicious Cereal Inspired Flavors To Choose From

 

Eat | Drink | Bake


Directions

How To Use Obvi

Add one scoop of Obvi Super Collagen Protein to 8-10 oz of cold or hot drinks, smoothies, oatmeal or yogurt. You can even bake with it!

Note: Always use a Blender or Shaker Cup To Avoid Clumping.

Free Of
Gluten, dairy and GMOs.

*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 (13 g)
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories40
Total Carbohydrate Less than1 g<1%
   Dietary Fiber0 g0%
   Total Sugars0 g
Protein9 g
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)90 mg100%
Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopheryl acetate) a-tocopherol23 mg153%
Biotin100 mcg333%
Calcium90 mg7%
Iron (as ferrous bisglycinate chelate (Iron Ferrochel®))10 mg56%
Phosphorus12 mg1%
Magnesium (as magnesium citrate)25 mg6%
Sodium108 mg%
Collagen10 g*
Amino Acid Profile Per Serving
Alanine840 mg
Arginine770 mg
Aspartic Acid450 mg
Cysteine0 mg
Glutamic Acid1000 mg
Glycine2330 mg
Histidine90 mg
Isoleucine120 mg
Leucine260 mg
Lysine330 mg
Methionine90 mg
Phenylalanine160 mg
Proline1370 mg
Serine340 mg
Threonine190 mg
Tryptophan0 mg
Tyrosine60 mg
Valine220 mg
Essential Amino Acids Natural variations may occur
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Cocoa powder, natural & artifical flavors, sodium chloride, calcium carbonate, silicon dioxide, sucralose, acesulfame potassium.

Allergen disclaimer: Manufactured in a facility which processes milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soybeans.

Warnings

Keep out of reach of children and pets. Consult a qualified professional prior to using this product, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, have diagnosed medical conditions, or are taking prescription medications. Do not exceed recommended daily intake.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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5 Exercises that Strengthen and Stretch at the Same Time

We often think of strengthening and stretching as two different things. First you strengthen, then you stretch. Or maybe you stretch before you strengthen. Either way, it’s important to recognize that they don’t need to be separate. In fact, some of the best stretching can be done while strengthening. Woman Does Assisted Lunch on a Park Bench to Represent Stretch and Strengthen | Vitacost.com/Blog Every strength exercise has two types of contractions: concentric and eccentric. Concentric is the shortening of the muscle, which is typical when lifting a weight. Eccentric is the lengthening of the muscle, which occurs when lowering a weight. If you take a basic bicep curl as an example, the bicep is contracting concentrically as you bend your elbow and bring the dumbbell up toward your shoulder, and contracting eccentrically as you straighten out your elbow and lower the weight back down. Since the muscles are lengthening during eccentric contractions, eccentric exercises can actually be a great way to stretch. Adding weight to an eccentric exercise helps the muscle lengthen while also working to control the weight, so this is a great way to stretch your muscles in a functional way. Make sure to speak with a healthcare professional before initiating any new activity to ensure it is safe for you. It’s important to note that eccentric exercises do put a lot of tension on the muscle fibers, so make sure to use gravity or light weights initially and add weight slowly to prevent injury.

Why stretch?

Stretching is important to help maintain range of motion at your joints. Having flexible muscles reduces risk of injury and keeps you mobile and limber. It’s common for certain muscles to become shortened or tight with too much overlap of muscle fibers. When this happens, the muscles can’t fully contract. Imagine jumping from rock to rock as you cross a river. Trying to contract a shortened muscle is like trying to get across the river as quick as you can, but the rocks are too close together and you can’t achieve a full stride from rock to rock. Shortened muscles can also lead to discomfort and stiffness. It’s important to lengthen these muscles to their optimal length to minimize discomfort as well as put them in the best position to produce a strong, powerful contraction.

Why strengthen?

It’s no secret that strengthening has a multitude of benefits. Resistance training helps with weight control, glucose control and cardiovascular health. It also reduces the risk of injury and strengthens bones. The list of benefits goes on and on.

Build your routine

The best way to grow muscle is to work with weights that feel heavy and challenging – even if you’re aiming for a lean look. Wondering where to start? Use a weight that’s heavy enough for six to eight repetitions. If you’re doing 15 to 20 repetitions, it’s time to add a few pounds. When you’ve worked your way up to 12 reps, increase the weight.

1. Sumo squat

Stretches: Adductors (groin area), gluteus maximus, hamstrings Strengthens: Adductors, hamstrings, gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, quadriceps.
      1. Step with your feet much wider than hips-width apart and toes turned out to 45°.
      2. If using a weight, hold it with both hands between your legs.
      3. Keeping your back flat and chin up, squat down until the weight almost touches the ground.
      4. Squeezing your glutes and thighs, bring the weight with you up to standing.
*Tip: Once you have the technique down, challenge yourself to go pretty heavy on these. Your legs are stronger than you think!

2. Romanian deadlift

Stretches: Hamstrings (back of the thighs) Strengthens: Hamstrings, gluteus maximus, spinal erectors
      1. Stand with your feet hips width apart and knees slightly bent
      2. Hold a dumbbell in each hand
      3. Take a deep breath in and brace your core, then lower the dumbbells down towards the middle of your shin
      4. Make sure your back is flat, neck is neutral and your knees stay slightly bent the entire time.
      5. Once you go as far as your hamstrings will let you, activate your glutes and hamstrings and pull yourself back up to standing.
*Tip: If you feel pulling in your lower back, drop the weights and watch yourself do the movement in a mirror, focusing on maintaining a neutral spine, keeping the dumbbells close to your body and using the strength of your legs to move the weight.

3. Split squat (static lunge)

Stretches: Hip flexors (front of the hips), and quadriceps (front of the thighs), calves Strengthen: Quadriceps, gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, hamstrings, calves
      1. Step your feet so one is in front of your body and one is behind you in a lunge position. All toes should be facing forward.
      2. If using weight, hold one in each hand or just one weight with both hands up by your chest.
      3. Bend both legs at the same time and lower your back knee towards the ground
      4. Once your front knee is bent to about 90° and your back knee is almost touching the ground, push through your legs and return to standing.
      5. Make sure to keep your torso upright throughout the whole motion and to move straight up and down, not forward and backward.
      6. You will most likely fill a big stretch in the front of your back thigh as you lower down, so slowly increase the depth over time as your hip flexors gain flexibility!

4. Dumbbell pullover

Stretches: Latissimus dorsi (the large back muscles), pectorals, triceps Strengthens: Latissimus dorsi, pectorals, triceps, upper abdominals
          1. Grab one dumbbell and lay on your back.
          2. Activate your abs to keep your back flat against the mat.
          3. Hold a wide end of the dumbbell with each hand and straighten your arms so the weight is directly over your body.
          4. With elbows slightly bent, slowly bring the dumbbell towards the ground and over your head.
          5. When the dumbbell lightly taps the ground behind you use your back muscles to bring the dumbbell back over your body.
          6. You may be limited by your back flexibility, so just bring the weight as far overhead as you can, slowly increasing this overtime.

5. Dumbbell chest fly

Stretches: Pectorals (or your chest muscles) Strengthens: Pectorals, anterior deltoid
              1. Grab two dumbbells and lay on your back.
              2. Hold the two weights straight over your body.
              3. Keep a slight bend in your elbows and slowly bring both weights out to your sides and towards the ground, as if you were opening up your wings.
              4. Go as far as you can without letting the weights touch the ground and then squeeze your chest and bring them back to meet in the center.
*Tip: You will get even more range of motion and a greater stretch if you perform this on a bench. If you have access to one, give that a shot!

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