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COLLAGEN | Why You Need it & Why Does Up DX. do it better?


"Collagen accounts for 30% of your body's protein. It provides structure, support or strength to your skin, muscles, bones and connective tissues. Scientific research is lacking for most collagen supplements, but a well-balanced diet gives your body the raw ingredients it needs to help it make collagen naturally." - Clevland Clinic



https://www.whatsupdx.com/product-page/grass-fed-collagen

GRASS FED Collagen is a little different in our minds, as we have made sure to provide the best nutrients to not just you, but also our cows. We try to communicate to you why this is important.

- Hydrolyzed type 1 & 3 Collagen.

- Grass fed pasture raised

- Supports Joint Health*

- Promotes Skin Elasticity*

- Helps Build Muscle and Burn Fat*


What age should you start taking collagen?

20 and 30 As a general rule, it can be a good idea to start taking collagen between the ages of 20 and 30. The body's natural collagen production starts to decrease around age 30, but there could be benefits to getting a head start on boosting the body's collagen status. - NakedNurition.com


What this means is, if you don't take it you lose it.


You might think this most natural source of collagen we could (afford) and find, tastes like crap and pro tip is, tastes best in something hot....

- If you aren't okay with being uncomfortable for literally two seconds, then we have pill form of this beauty supplement at the highest quality we could find as well.


https://www.whatsupdx.com/product-page/collagen


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"Collagen is the most plentiful protein in your body. It has various important roles, including providing structure to your skin and helping your blood clot. In recent years, it has gained popularity as a nutritional supplement and ingredient in shampoos and body lotions. Still, you may wonder what collagen is, as well as what it’s good for. This article gives you a thorough overview of this important protein."
- Healthline.com
 
Before starting any new supplement, do some research and talk to a registered dietitian, a licensed nutritionist, a pharmacist or your doctor.
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