With the growing importance of immunity boosters and an increased interest in collagen products we decided to focus on USN’s Slim & Beauty Collagen and how this product can benefit you. Collagen is the main structural protein in skin and other connective tissue formation. It is widely used to assist with improved skin health, joint support and to assist with building strong bones.
• Skin collagen formation
• Joint mobility
• Hair growth & nail growth
• Immune booster with 500 mg Vitamin C
• Assists with weight management
Hydrolysed Bovine Collagen Peptides: Collagen peptides that are easily absorbed and can assist with joint mobility, hair and nail growth.
Chromium: Stabilises blood glucose levels and assists with metabolism of carbohydrates.
Vitamin C: Helps to enhance collagen synthesis and is a powerful antioxidant that protects the body’s cells and boosts the immune system.
Potassium: May enhance metabolism, water balance and electrolytic functions.
Novel Fibre: May increase bone calcium content. Assists in increasing mineral absorption and retention in bones. It also increases satiety.
Protein: Helps keep you fuller for longer and helps reduce cravings.
Two key ingredients act as immune boosters:
Dietary fibre: A source of fuel for healthy gut bacteria that plays a role in a well-functioning digestive system. This has a massive impact on the immune system as it assists the body to better fight off infections in the digestive system.
500 mg Vitamin C: Vitamin C contributes to immune defense by supporting various cellular functions of both the innate and adaptive immune system. Vitamin C deficiency results in impaired immunity and higher susceptibility to infections.
Whether you are looking for increased hair growth or a solid immune boost, USN’s Slim & Beauty Collagen offers a host of benefits that can make a positive impact in your daily life. This product is formulated with quality ingredients to ensure that you get the most out of it!
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• Schley, P. and Field C.J., 2002. The immune-enhancing effects of dietary fibres and prebiotics. British Journal of Nutrition, 87(6), p.221-230.