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Wild Caught Marine Collagen Peptides ( low molecular powder)

$24.99

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Product Type: Powder

Vendor: Live Active Lab

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Activelab Wild Caught Marine collagen peptide contains 100% pure bioactive marine collagen sourced from wild-caught and deep-ocean white fish in North America cold waters.

Marine collagen peptides are a premium source of type I & type III collagen and an ideal solution for non-meat eaters. This fish collagen supplement also features 18 amino acids, is hydrolyzed to help its digestion, and is hypo-allergenic. This fish collagen is an alternative to porcine and bovine collagen.*

Activelab formula is non-GMO, gluten-free, and paleo-friendly.

It’s a pure hydrolyzed marine collagen solution: no additives, preservatives or sulfites are used. Ever.

We find collagen in many parts of our bodies. Collagen is one of the most abundant proteins in our bodies (especially the type 1 collagen). Collagen is used in our muscles, digestive system, bones, face and skin, our blood vessels, and tendons. Collagen can be seen as the adhesive of our different body parts. Collagen also plays an important role to help with the natural beauty and elasticity of our skin.

Another interesting fact about bio marine collagen types 1 and 3 is that it is one of the most environmentally sustainable sources of collagen. Marine collagen made from fish scales could help reduce environmental pollution and provide an alternative source of collagen protein.

As the fish used in our marine collagen is wild-caught and that an enzymatic process is used to extract the collagen, variance in color, taste, and smell is expected and completely normal.

High-Quality:

Activelab places the highest priority on product quality. Our products contain high-quality ingredients and are manufactured in the USA in a cGMP facility.

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