Planet Paleo Osteo Collagen 175g
Planet Paleo Osteo Collagen powder is a carefully chosen blend of primal herbs, scientifically researched co-active nutrients and collagen peptides. It has been specially formulated to support the maintenance of bones, aid calcium metabolism and support thyroid function. The Primal Blend contains Pasture-raised beef collagen, Iodine rich Kelp, Nettle leaf and Ginger. Planet Paleo have added a co-active formula containing nutrients such as Magnesium which contribute to normal maintenance of bones and teeth, Vitamin K2 from natto to support calcium metabolism and Selenium for thyroid function.
How to use: Take 1/1.5 servings per day in the morning or as directed by your healthcare professional. Mix with at least 200ml of water or juice
|Ingredients||Collagen Hydrolysate (Pasture-raised Bovine), Whole Kelp, Nettle Leaf, Magnesium Glycinate, Horsetail, Ginger Root, Zinc Glycinate, Manganese Citrate, Vitamin A (as Retinyl Acetate), Boron (Disodium Tetraborate), Copper Glycinate, K2 M-K7, Stevia Leaf, Selenomethionine, Natural Lemon Extract Flavouring|
|Disclaimer||This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. Results may vary from individual to individual. While we try to ensure that product information is correct, on occasion manufacturers may alter their ingredient lists. Please check the bottle for the most up to date information.|
|Age Range||15-35, 36-49, Over 50|
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