Jointace Collagen combines important trace minerals, Glucosamine and Chondroitin with the highest-quality Type 2 collagen.
- A source of high-grade collagen, a protein found in your connective tissue
- Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of bones and cartilage
Maintaining an active lifestyle
Cartilage and bone health are important for long term wellbeing. Jointace Collagen has been developed by Vitabiotics nutritional experts and provides unique combinations of trace minerals, vitamins and nutrients, ideal for those with an active life, in sport or in later life.
Collagen (Type II)
Jointace Collagen provides a high-grade collagen which is hydrolysed to improve absorption and unlike some sources of collagen it contains high levels of the key amino acid hydroxylysine.
Collagen is a structural protein found in several connective tissues in the body including bones, cartilage, gums, skin, tendons and blood vessels.
Trace minerals and vitamins
Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of bones and cartilage.
Copper contributes to the maintenance of normal connective tissues and therefore can be beneficial to cartilage (as cartilage is made up of connective tissues).
Vitamin D, zinc and manganese all help to maintain normal bone. Vitamin D3 is provided in its Cholecalciferol form as naturally produced by the body on exposure to sunlight.
Glucosamine & Chondroitin
Along with trace minerals, Jointace Collagen provides Glucosamine present in the preferred potassium form, and a high quality LMW (low molecular weight) form of Chondroitin.
Swallow with water or a cold drink. Not to be chewed. Do not exceed the recommended intake.
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Dr. Sheldon Pinnell
SkinCeuticals founding scientist, Dr. Pinnell changed the face of topical Vitamin C Serums with his pivotal research.
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