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Glow & Flow Vegan Collagen Booster - Juicy Berry Flavour

$49.99 CAD

Vegan Collagen Booster for Gorgeous Skin and Healthy Joints. - 30 Servings

Get glowing & flowing with our delicious, plant-based collagen booster!

Glow & Flow provides the body with the ingredients required to help the body produce collagen. Humans naturally produce collagen, but that ability decreases after the age of about 25-30 when we begin breaking down collagen faster than we’re able to produce it. This usually results in wrinkles, hair loss, joint pain, bone loss, and other signs typical of aging

 Glow & Flow is formulated with three key vegan sourced amino acids required in the collagen building process: l-glycine, l-lysine, and l-proline. Vitamin C, an antioxidant and cofactor required for the hydroxylation of both l-proline and l-lysine. Finally, the formula is balanced out with a dose of hyaluronic acid, marine trace minerals and biotin for maximum collagen production.

100% Vegan, gluten-free, soy-free and non-GMO. Keto & Paleo friendly

✔ Delicious Juicy Berry flavour

✔ Zero sugar added,  no artificial sweeteners, colours, or flavours

✔ Hyaluronic acid helps to retain moisture in joints and skin

✔ Formulated with Marine trace minerals to nourish cells alkalize the body

 

Health Canada Approved NPN #80109262

 

Ingredients 


Medicinal Ingredients (per scoop):
L-Glycine (Aminoacetic acid) - 1500 mg
L-Lysine - 1000 mg
Vitamin C (Calcium Ascorbate) - 1000 mg
L-Proline - 250 mg
Aquamin Soluble Marine Trace Minerals (Lithothamnion corallioides - Whole) - 250 mg (12 Percent Calcium, 1 Percent Magnesium)
Vegan Hyaluronic acid (Streptococcus equi - Bacterial extracellular capsule) - 125 mg
Biotin - 2500 mcg

Non-medicinal ingredients: Natural flavours, Citric acid, Malic acid, Stevia leaf, beetroot powder, xanthan gum


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A common misconception we hear often is that vegan collagen is available— this is untrue. Plants do not contain or produce collagen, therefore it is never vegan (unfortunately!). Supplemental collagen is commonly sourced from cow hide, fish skin, and chicken sternum.

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body. It’s involved in bone building, joint health, elasticity and strength of the hair, skin, and nails, and even the integrity of our blood vessels.

Amino Acids: Collagen is a protein, and protein is made up of amino acids. L-glycine, L-lysine, and L-proline are the three most important amino acids in the collagen production process. At 2,700 mg combined, each scoop contains a sufficient dose to support healthy skin and healthy joints.

Vitamin C: In order to be utilized, glycine and proline must be hydrolyzed by vitamin C. It’s also a powerful antioxidant that helps to protect our cells from the damaging effects of free radicals. 1000mg of pH balanced vitamin C is more than enough to activate the amino acids, fend off free radicals, and support immune function.

Aquamin Soluble Marine Trace Minerals: Derived from mineral rich seaweed sourced off the pristine coast of Iceland, Aquamin contains calcium, magnesium, and 72 other trace minerals. Collagen production, connective tissue formation, bones and teeth all rely on a healthy dose of trace minerals. Minerals are also responsible for improving the pH of the body.

Hyaluronic acid: Supplemental hyaluronic acid is used to retain moisture in joints and skin. It’s naturally found in the synovial fluid between our joints and is often found in skin care products to help combat dry skin. Hyaluronic acid has been found to have effective anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties. Commonly sourced from rooster comb, we’ve naturally chosen a 100% vegan version.

Biotin: Commonly found in beauty supplements, biotin or B7 is known for its importance in strong healthy hair, skin, and nails. Though biotin will not typically solve all of your hair, skin and nail woes, a biotin deficiency will result in an increase in hair loss and weakening of the nails.
Research
Vitamin C and collagen production
Vitamin C as an antioxidant
Biotin uses and deficiency
Effects of oral Hyaluronic Acid on dry skin
Hyaluronic Acid Supplementation Review - Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic
Stimulatory effect of hyaluronic acid on chondrocyte metabolism

 


Directions & Cautions

Adults: Take 1 Scoop daily. Mix product well in 250 mL- 500 mL of cool water immediately before consumption.
Ensure to drink enough fluid before, during, and after exercise.
Take with food, a few hours before or after taking other medication or natural health products.

Recommended use or purpose:
Assists in the building of lean muscle [tissue/mass] when combined with regular [weight/resistance] training and a healthy balanced diet.
Athletic support.
Source of (an) (essential) amino acid(s) involved in muscle protein synthesis.
Source of (an) (non-essential) amino acid(s) involved in muscle protein synthesis.
Source of (an) essential amino acid(s) for the maintenance of good health.
Workout supplement.
Antioxidant for good health.
Helps (to) maintain/support immune function.
Helps in collagen formation to maintain healthy bones, cartilage, teeth and/or gums.
Helps in connective tissue formation.
Helps in the development and maintenance of bones, cartilage, teeth and/or gums.
Helps in the development and maintenance of bones, cartilage, teeth and/or gums and in connective tissue formation.
Helps in wound healing.
Helps in wound healing and connective tissue formation.
Helps with immune function.
Source of/An antioxidant for the maintenance of good health.
Helps support joint health
Healthy skin, hair and nails

Cautions:
Consult a health care practitioner if you are of childbearing age, pregnant or breastfeeding.

Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms worsen.
Inform your healthcare practitioner that you are taking this product, as it provides biotin in amounts which may interfere with laboratory tests.

 

Research

Vitamin C and collagen production

Vitamin C as an antioxidant

Biotin uses and deficiency

Effects of oral Hyaluronic Acid on dry skin

Hyaluronic Acid Supplementation Review 

Stimulatory effect of hyaluronic acid on chondrocyte metabolism 

Collagen as we age

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