Many lifestyle factors, genetics, and simply living reduces the elasticity of cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and skin. This can lead to wrinkles and joint discomfort. Perhaps you have heard about collagen or gelatin and started adding one of the various name brands to your coffee, tea, or smoothies. While some people do notice a difference in their symptoms using these products, studies show that the type of collagen in these brands is not the most beneficial. What you actually need is the Type I collagen used in Ortho Molecular CollaGEN.
This product uses a patented process where the collagen sits in an enzyme bath until it is broken down to 1:10,000th the size of normal collagen molecules. This helps it dive deeper into the joints, create more synovial fluid, lower inflammation, reduce pain, and rebuild tissues much faster!
Who Would Benefit?
If you struggle with any of the following symptoms, consider adding CollaGEN to your daily supplement regimen.
- Pre/Post joint replacement Surgery
- Degenerative Disk
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Other Joint Pain
- Leaky Gut (IBS, Crohns, Colitis, Celiac)
- Athletes and Weekend Warriors
Here at Odom Health and Wellness many patients are already noticing a reduction in their joint pain and improved mobility simply by mixing 1 scoop of CollaGEN into their favorite drink (water, coffee, tea, smoothie, protein shake…)
For athletes, research shows that consuming collagen on an empty stomach 1hr before exercise stimulates greater joint healing compared to taking it after exercise. But if this does not work with your schedule, know that you still get great benefits by taking it closer to your exercise or even after it.
If you struggle with with severe joint pain, take 1 scoop, 2x day for 1 month then decrease to 1 scoop.
*Please be aware that CollaGEN is a beef and poultry derived product.
If you have any other questions concerning this product or any of the above information, please feel free to call us at 952-224-1909 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Author: Brenna Thompson