Super Collagen Gummies, Best Hydrolyzed. Made in USA.

Super Collagen Gummies, Best Hydrolyzed. Made in USA.

$17.95

Do collagen gummies really work?

Absolutely. You’re not doing anything that inherently damages or breaks down the collagen. It’s still collagen peptides that you’re ingesting for your body to consume and use. While there are a few drawbacks to the gummy form of collagen, none of them have to do with the efficacy of the collagen itself.

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Taking collagen is associated with a number of health benefits and very few known risks. To start, supplements may improve skin health by reducing wrinkles and dryness. They may also help increase muscle mass, prevent bone loss, and relieve joint pain.

Type I & III Hydrolyzed Collagen; Super Collagen Gummies contains 100% Hydrolyzed Collagen rich in Type I (1) and Type III (3) Collagen. Type I & III Collagen can help minimize fine lines and wrinkles, improve skin elasticity, and support healthy joints.

When ingesting collagen , the recommended amount is generally somewhere between 1,200-4,000 mg per day and should be taken with water. Higher amounts of collagen are generally preferred by beauty customers looking for a skin, hair and nails supplement.

Each delicious serving provides 1000 mg of hydrolyzed bovine collagen with essential vitamins and minerals that are required to support the growth of healthy hair, strong nails and skin. Natural anti-aging benefits, supports healthy skin tone – MAV collagen gummies are a convenient and delicious way to nourish your body.

What is the best time to take collagen? If you’re having digestive or gut issues then the best time to take collagen is first thing in the morning on an empty stomach or with your meals. For restful sleep, take collagen before bed for improved sleep quality.

Important Notice: People with high blood pressure have elevated blood levels of collagen, a protein, which may help explain why these individuals are at risk for heart failure as well as kidney and other organ failure, according to a study in the Aug. 11 issue of Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association.

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