Complete Collagen Builder Bundle Improve Skin, Joint & Tissue Health with the Complete Plant-Based Collagen Builder Protocol

Animal based collagen is difficult for the body to use. It is far more effective to take the specific nutrients that allow your body to generate its own collagen naturally. The body requires up to 2,000mg of Lysine, 1000mg of Proline, 1000mg of Vitamin C and 1000mg of B vitamins per day for collagen synthesis. The complete plant-based collagen protocol includes each of these nutrients in the right doses necessary for the body to produce the supply of collagen it needs to maintain younger looking vibrant skin. And it’s formulated in a nano-free form that allows for maximum nutrient absorption.

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body, accounting for nearly one-third of its protein composition. Giving skin the ability to move, stretch and rebound into shape—known as skin elasticity. Collagen is not just in the skin, but in our glands, organs, bones, heart valves, brain, liver and lungs as well. Collagen also builds the gut lining and intestinal tissue to support gut health and prevent leaky gut.

Unfortunately, after the age of 30, collagen levels in the body drop 1-2 percent each year. And by age 45 the average person has already lost up to 30%, leading to wrinkles and a loss of skin elasticity.

By feeding the body the building blocks of collagen in significant doses, it can naturally produce collagen daily. Giving your skin a tone and firm appearance.

Skin Health

Collagen is a major component of skin and provides your skin with structure. It plays a role in strengthening skin, plus it contributes to skin elasticity and hydration, which in turn makes your skin look healthier and younger.

Joint and Soft Tissue Health

Collagen helps maintain the integrity of your cartilage, which is the rubber-like tissue that protects your joints. As the amount of collagen in your body decreases as you get older, your risk of developing degenerative joint disorders increases.

Bone Health

Your bones are made mostly of collagen, which gives them structure and helps keep them strong. Just as the collagen in your body deteriorates as you age, so does bone mass. This may lead to bone health conditions such as low bone density and leading to a higher risk of bone fractures.

Muscle Mass

Collagen is necessary for keeping your muscles strong and functioning properly. In fact, up to 10% of muscle tissue is composed of collagen. Studies suggest that collagen supplements help boost muscle mass and help prevent the loss of muscle mass that happens with age.†

Heart Health

Collagen provides structure to arteries, which are the blood vessels that carry blood from the heart to the rest of the body. Without enough collagen, arteries may weaken and become fragile. Researchers believe that by maintaining collagen health, one can protect the health of their heart, which becomes increasingly important as we age.

Gut Health

Collagen also plays an important role in gut health. Collagen makes up to 90% of our connective tissue and 70% of our skin, and is a key constiuent of the intestinal and stomach lining.

Your skin loses a layer every 30 days, and the new layers that are generated depend upon specific nutrients to form properly—collagen being an essential one. Luckily, your body has the natural ability to create collagen in a process called collagen synthesis, but this is a delicate process that needs key building blocks and the perfect environment otherwise this process gets stopped in its tracks.

Why Animal Collagen Supplements Don’t Work

Most collagen supplements come from ground up animal parts. Animal-based collagen can contain antibiotics, steroids, preservatives, prescription drug metabolites, insecticides and more, which are present in the tissue of the animal at slaughter. Once these contaminants enter your body, they increase oxidative stress and inflammation.

Moreover, the body has a difficult time utilizing collagen derived from animals. Animal collagen molecules are simply too big to be broken down and absorbed into the bloodstream.

They are also too large to permeate the skin’s outer layers. So while moisturizers, serums, and collagen creams containing animal collagen may claim to support the body’s natural production of collagen, they can’t replace the collagen in your skin. The same is true for any animal collagen supplement that you ingest (be it a collagen powder, collagen pill or collagen drink) that contains plain, whole molecule 'collagen.' The molecule is just too big to be absorbed and have any desired effect.

The Best Way to Build Collagen


Harvard School of Public Health recommends that the best way to build collagen is to take the precursors & building blocks that allow the body to synthesize its own collagen. As you now know, animal collagen is too large for the body to use. So taking the nano form of these nutrients together, in the proper doses, produces the 18 amino acid chains that then go on to produce the hundreds of combinations to produce collagen in the body naturally.

Allow your body to generate its own collagen again like it did when you were younger.

L-Lysine


L- Lysine is one of the most abundant amino acids in the body, with anywhere from a pound to a pound and a half in the average person. Lysine is an essential amino acid, which means the body does not metabolize it on its own; it has to come from an external source. It is the building block of collagen and the body requires up to 2-3 grams a day for optimal collagen synthesis.

L-Proline


L-Proline is an essential component of collagen and the elastin fibers that support connective tissue. It literally acts as the glue that keeps the body’s organs, bones and muscles in place. Proline works in concert with L-Lysine to synthesize collagen. Collagen synthesis requires 1000mg of proline, which can be a difficult amount to obtain from diet.

Vitamin C


Collagen synthesis cannot occur without Vitamin C. Vitamin C is responsible for many reactions in the body, specifically the manufacture of the collagen and protein that makes up 80% of our connective tissue. Vitamin C is also a powerful antioxidant that can help fight off free radicals and reduce inflammation in the body. The body requires 1000mg of Vitamin C in order to manufacture collagen.

B Vitamins


B vitamins are responsible for many processes in the body. They play a major role in metabolism, cellular health, and immune function. Several B vitamins are also critical to the process of collagen production. B2 aids cell turnover and collagen maintenance, which protects the structural integrity of your skin and reduces inflammation. B12 keeps homocysteine levels low, which can interfere with collagen cross-linking and affect tendon integrity. B vitamins can also help improve skin tone and make skin more radiant and balanced.

This combination of 8 capsules includes a therapeutic dosage of specific amino acids and vitamins that have been clinically studied to support the body’s natural collagen production process. This vegan collagen health supplement protocol supports optimal skin and joint health from the inside out.

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