Is Collagen the new super supplement? Hmmm, well, I think it’s super, but not new. Not to those of us who’ve been using it for years.
Collagen has been around for a long time, just not always in as pure of a form. Definitely not in this convenient of a form. Hello, who wants to carry around a mug of warm bone broth?! 🍵😉
I’m glad to see mainstream media like Oxygen magazine getting with the program, but before you go buy some cheap supplement, keep a couple things in mind:
📍is the collagen hydrolyzed using fruit enzymes – to note that most companies use heat and chemicals destroying much of the benefit.
📍is it combined with a vitamin C source, that is essential for absorption and activation?
📍 is the collagen source kosher, 99% bio-identical, from organic, grass fed, anti biotic/hormone free, humanely raised and obtained?
Important to note that Visi has…
*Been doing the best collagen for years now!
* No allergens
* Safe for all ages
* All 20 essential amino acids/ 5 Types of Collagen
* 95% absorbable protein (compared to 53% whey, 26% soy, 16% pea protein)
Go ahead – compare it! I completely encourage you to do your research & ask good questions.
And please, don’t waste your on a cheap imitation!
READ ON FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE SCIENCE AND THE WHY VISI’S COLLAGEN IS CHANGING LIVES AROUND THE GLOBE!
What makes Probita and Nufinna different from other proteins on the market? It’s the hydrolyzed collagen protein combined with the AC2 arctic cloudberry technology. The specialized bovine collagen that is hydrolyzed with fruit enzymes in a unique patented process contains five specific types of collagen – Type I, II, III, IV, & V. Most collagen provides only two types. Probita and Nufinna have five different types that represent 99% of all the collagen found in our bodies. Type I collagen is the building block for bones, tendons, ligaments and skin. Type II collagen is found in cartilages and structures of the eyes. Type III collagen is what the liver, lungs and arteries are made from. Type IV is kidneys and several internal organs. Type V is the surface cells, hair, and placenta of a pregnant mother. Our special bovine collagen that is harvested from one distinct zone of the cow provides the highest quality of raw materials needed to produce the hydrolyzed collagen protein. Then the amino acid molecules and structures are in such perfect shape that over 95% of this type of collagen is absorbed and utilized by the body. Most proteins can only supply 50% or less in protein absorption. The hydrolyzed collagen protein supplies the perfect type of amino acids in the right sizes and right quantities.
The greatest percentage of an amino acid in collagen is glycine. Glycine is necessary for the building of healthy DNA and RNA strands. These are the genetic building blocks that are necessary for all body cells to function properly. Glycine is majorly involved in supporting healthy muscles as well as supplying invigorating energy levels during workouts. Glycine also has positive effects on metabolism, and can support healthy blood sugar levels in the body. This amino acid helps support the fuelling of skeletal muscles. Plus, glycine is necessary for a good night’s sleep.
Sufficient collagen is necessary for the body to hold water and form a gel-like substance between each bone. This phenomenon lessens friction and wear-and-tear on the joints. Building up the shock absorbers is always a helpful thing.
As a pre-workout treat, Nufinna / Probita help fuel the body with clean energy and thus reduce fatigue as the exercise endures. All the while the amino acids supplied by the hydrolyzed collagen protein will help one to have an enhanced focus and mental stamina. As a post-workout nutritional the quick action of hydrolyzed collagen protein supports mobility and flexibility and recovery. This keeps the spunk in every step.
CHECK OUT THIS TESTIMONIAL OF AN ATHLETE FROM PORT MACQUARIE, NSW
Introducing my good friend Ian Castle.
Excitingly, he also now has ‘Food Freedom’ & says he’s a full carnivore without any issues with his kidney!! Way to go Ian!!