bEssential Collagen Peptides

For skin, joints and bones

bEssential Collagen peptides contain a unique blend of three patented collagen peptides supported by clinical research showing their efficacy for supporting collagen production, bone strength, joint health and integrity, skin elasticity and more.

Collagen is a special type of protein that accounts for as much as 30% of the body’s total protein. In particular, it’s a primary structural component of connective tissue. It constitutes 75% of skin, 70% of ligaments, 65-80% of tendons, 50% of cartilage, 30% of tooth dentin, 16% of bone, 10-11% of muscle, and is also part of the structure of arteries and veins. The amino acid composition of dietary collagens is very similar to those in human collagens, making dietary collagen peptides ideal for supporting body collagen turnover and renewal. These processes go on continually, so it’s important to ensure the body has enough raw materials to build healthy new tissue.

Many individuals do not consume adequate protein. Even among those with higher protein intake, the richest sources of collagen—animal skins, bones, and tendons—are not typically part of the modern Western diet. Since bEssential Collagen peptides can be incorporated into shakes and smoothies, coffee or tea, soups, stews and other foods and beverages, it is a convenient way to ensure adequate intake of these unique amino acids, and for those who may need more, such as athletes, aging individuals, and those recovering from injury.

 bEssential Collagen peptides help support:

• Proper bone density (mass and quality)
• Healthy skin elasticity, thickness, hydration and appearance
• Nail health
• Joint tissue health and function involving the cartilage, tendons and ligaments
• Muscle strength
• GI tract health

How to Take

As a dietary supplement, mix 13 grams (approx. one scoop) of bEssential Collagen peptides with eight ounces of water per day. For best consistency, add powder to cup or container before adding water or other liquid.

bEssential Collagen peptides can also be mixed into hot or cold beverages and foods, such coffee or tea, soups and stews, sauces, yogurt, dairy or non-dairy milks, mashed potatoes or cauliflower, and homemade desserts.


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