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Reserveage Nutrition Collagen Replenish with Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C -- 120 Capsules


Reserveage Nutrition Collagen Replenish with Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C
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Reserveage Nutrition Collagen Replenish with Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C -- 120 Capsules

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Reserveage Nutrition Collagen Replenish with Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C Description

  • With Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C
  • Supports Radiant Skin with Bioactive Collagen Peptides
  • Helps Reduce the Appearance and depth of Wrinkles
  • Gluten Free and Non-GMO

Support smooth, supple and firm skin with this triple action formula for natural collagen production.

 

Collagen Verisol Bioactive Collagen Peptides have been shown in two published human clinical studies to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles while maintaining skin's elasticity and firmness.

Vitamin C this essential nutrient helps support natural collagen production and reduce deterioration from oxidative stress.

Hyaluronic Acid This component found naturally in skin supports hydration from within.


Directions

As a dietary supplement, adults take 4 capsules daily. Product can be taken on an empty stomach, with food or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.
Free Of
Gluten 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: 4 Capsules
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories10
Protein2 g4%
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)60 mg100%
Verisol Bioactive Collagen Peptides2500 mg*
Hyaluronic Acid20 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Vegetarian capsule (vegetable cellulose), rice bran silica.
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Collagen: Not Just a Powder

Collagen powder has made its way into smoothies, yogurt and even your morning cup of coffee. But that’s hardly the end of the road for this nutritional booster. Thanks to some amazing breakthroughs in food and supplements, collagen has taken on many more shapes and forms. By crossing into functional foods, the next generation of collagen food makes what was already a convenient addition to your day even easier – and healthier.

Woman in Bed Enjoying the Latest in Collagen Food: Infused Tea | Vitacost.com/blog

Collagen: The Origin Story

Collagen supplements burst on the scene almost 10 years ago (in capsule form) as a support system for skin and joints. Naomi Whittel, founder of leading collagen supplement brand, Reserveage Nutrition, recalls, “When I walked into stores in 2009 with a collagen beauty supplement, I was met with uncertainty. It was the first they’d heard of it.”

But as the key structural protein found in connective tissue, collagen is vital to maintaining healthy skin, joints, tendons and even bones. This is especially true as you age, because protein synthesis begins to slow down. Plus, environmental factors can affect the integrity of collagen. Making sure your body has healthy amounts of collagen protein can help keep you moving and glowing for years to come. Hence the birth of collagen supplements.*

Collagen in capsule form is still a viable – and sometimes preferred – option, but convenience and variety rule. First, it was the creation of collagen powder that took hold. But with the rise of functional foods, collagen food is expanding. The truth is any protein helps support collagen production. It’s just that food sources of pure collagen are slim. Bone broth, which is made with bone marrow chock-full of collagen, is the real deal. However, roasting and simmering beef bones takes hours and isn’t exactly everyone’s cup of tea.

Collagen Food: Hot, Chilled or Over Ice

To solve for the ever-changing market, Reserveage Nutrition unveiled a set of products that are practically unrecognizable as collagen supplements. For instance, their Collagen BeauTea is a tasty white tea that helps enhance daily collagen intake. The collagen is right inside the tea bag, so you don’t have to take any extra steps. Try the hibiscus flavor over ice for a nice, spring-time refresher.

If you prefer a warming sipper, savory bone broth is now available in ready-to-brew broth bags.  These resemble tea bags and can be made the same way. You could also try Bone Broth Boost in powder form, adding it to a homemade soup or pairing it with Collagen BeauTea for even more protein. Both forms of the bone broth boost (powder and bag) come in three hearty flavors for endless recipe creations: chicken and vegetable, beef and vegetable.                                                                    

Of course, if you’re a collagen powder purist, that’s okay, too. Reserveage Nutrition has a deluxe, patented collagen powder with no taste, odor or flavor. It’ll quickly disappear into your smoothie, matcha or mocha – just how you like it.    

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