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NutriRise Hydrolyzed Collagen Complex contains types I, II, III, V, and X. This offers complete collagen supplementation for maximum benefits throughout your body.

As celiac diagnoses increase in the United States, and the number of people with non-celiac gluten sensitivity is also on the rise, it’s crucial to check hidden sources for gluten contamination. Vitamins and supplements are one of the largest areas of hidden gluten, which can wreak havoc on the health of a celiac patient. NutriRise Collagen Complex is entirely gluten-free and also non-GMO.

Also, our collagen is free of all common allergens, including dairy, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, shellfish, lactose, corn, soy, sesame, and palm derivatives.

Following a keto or paleo diet? Our Collagen Complex is the perfect addition because it contains no sugar, no carbs, and 1500 mg of collagen protein powder per serving! Our hydrolyzed collagen complex is a healthy way of boosting your protein intake with no added ingredients.
NutriRise Collagen is proudly made in the United States of America. Our facilities are GMP-Certified. All of our products are tested four times throughout our supply chain. Once, when we receive raw ingredients, again during manufacturing, with further testing on finished products. Finally, products are third-party tested by an unbiased, independent organization. This approach ensures our products meet exacting specifications and that they’re safe. All raw materials and finished products are tested in the United States.
Collagen is the most abundant protein found in the human body and makes up one-third of the total protein in our bodies. Collagen is found in all connective tissue: our skin, muscles, tendons, and joints. It helps to promote a healthy turnover of skin cells and is responsible for the firmness and elasticity of our skin as well. Our teeth, blood vessels, and even parts of our eyes contain collagen. Figuratively speaking, it’s the glue that holds us together and is appropriately named because the word “collagen” comes from the Greek word “kólla,” meaning glue.

Collagen production begins to drop by 1% each year in your early 20’s. By the age of 45, you’ve lost 25% of your collagen. It makes up 75% of the protein in your skin and 90-95% of your bone mass. It’s no wonder so many issues begin to occur in mid-life.

Collagen supplementation is reported to have many health benefits, internally and externally. While it is not an overnight cure or the fountain of youth, scientific studies back up many of its most well-known properties. 

Some possible health benefits of collagen supplementation include:

  • Improvement in skin health, boosting skin elasticity and hydration
  • Decreases joint pain by supporting and protecting cartilage
  • Helps maintain the structural integrity of bone
  • Improves lean muscle mass
  • Improves cardiovascular health by supporting the structures of your arteries and other blood vessels
  • Improves hair and nails
  • Improves gut health
A collagen supplement is an excellent tool in your weight loss arsenal. According to clinical research trials, it helps to increase feelings of fullness which decreases your daily calorie intake. Studies show that meals containing a collagen supplement result in a 40% higher satiation rating than meals without it. By increasing satiety, collagen peptides may help keep you from overeating, making it easier to stick with your healthy eating plan!
Most clinical trials studying the effects of collagen last from 4 weeks to 24 weeks. We recommend giving collagen a minimum of one month of consistent use to notice results in your hair, skin, and nails. Other health concerns, such as improving joint health, may take longer. While collagen protein is clinically proven effective for many different situations, it is not an overnight cure. Remember to be patient and consistent with your supplementation.
Collagen is a very versatile supplement. You can take it in the morning or at night. It doesn’t matter. It doesn’t contain any stimulants that would keep you up at night. However, you may find that taking collagen at night is better for your schedule. Whatever way works best for you is entirely acceptable. Just be consistent with your usage, and you will reap the benefits.

As we age and collagen synthesis declines, we notice the signs of aging in wrinkles, fine lines, loss of skin hydration, and elasticity. Collagen fibers naturally break down but are repaired at a slower rate, and our hair and nails lose moisture, become brittle, and grow much slower than they used to. Research proves that supplementing with collagen supports healthy skin, hair, and nails! Various clinical trials testing the effects of adding collagen peptides to the diet show improvement in fine lines and wrinkles, reducing their depth and appearance over time. In one research study, 69 percent of participants saw significant improvement in their facial lines, 43 percent had reduced hyperpigmentation, and 82 percent had improved skin hydration!

Research studies also show a 12 percent improvement in nail growth and a 42 percent decrease in broken nails, indicating that collagen protein powder helps strengthen nails and speeds their growth. Collagen also helps build keratin, the primary protein found in hair. Adding our hydrolyzed collagen supplement to your diet can help encourage hair growth by facilitating keratin production.

Your body naturally makes collagen, and most collagen supplements are hydrolyzed. This is a process where collagen is broken down into smaller amino acid chains, so our bodies can digest and absorb it quickly. The smaller the molecules, the easier they are to absorb. Current studies show that collagen supplementation is generally well tolerated by most individuals. It’s always a good idea to talk with your doctor before starting any supplement.
Although collagen peptides are generally well tolerated by most people, you may experience bloating, gas, and other digestive issues if you take too much. To counteract this, stick with the recommended serving size, once per day. If you still experience gas or bloating, take half a serving for several days and gradually increase your intake. Since hydrolyzed collagen peptides are already broken down, the chance of having these issues is slim.
Many different factors cause your collagen to break down. Some factors, like aging, are unavoidable. However, other lifestyle factors can cause your collagen to break down faster. Smoking, sun exposure, stress, and excess sugar intake accelerate breakdown. To help maintain your collagen, eat a healthy diet, limit your sugar intake, exercise regularly, avoid smoking, wear sunscreen anytime you go outside, and take collagen peptides daily to help supplement your body’s collagen production.

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