Ancient Nutrition Dr. Axe Multi Collagen Complex Stick Packs
Ancient Nutrition's Multi Collagen Complex Sticks are a unique superfood powder which has been formulated with 5 different types of collagen, specifically designed to provide your body with the building blocks it needs for healthy skin, hair, joints, and bones. Best of all, it comes in convenient easy to use pre-packaged sticks easy to throw into a backpack or work bag and convenient to mix and use.
Ancient Nutrition Collagen Complex Sticks Benefits
- Promotes Skin & Joint Health
- 5 Types of Collagen
- Includes Type I, II, III V and X
- Mixes Easily in Coffee, Smoothes, Drinks or Recipes
- Supports Healthy Gut
- Supports Mobility & Flexibility
- Supports Healthy Bones & Joints
- Promotes Restful Sleep
- Supports Brain Health
How to Take Ancient Nutrition Multi Collagen Packs
Mix the contents of a packet one or more times daily with 8 ounces of water, juice, coffee, tea, or beverage of your choice. These packets are easy to mix and can be added to a wide variety of helathy foods and beverages.
Mixes Great With
Ancient Nutrition Dr. Axe Multi Collagen Complex Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Packet
Servings Per Container: 40
Total Calories 28
Multi-Collagen Complex - Hydrolyzed broths collagen peptides, chicken bone broth collagen concentrate, hydrolyzed fish collagen peptides, egghsell membrane collagen.
Other Ingredients: None
If your are pregnant, nursing, allergic, have a Medical condition or taking any medications, consult a doctor before using this or any other dietary supplement. Do not use if product has been opened or tampered with in any way. Keep out of reach of children.
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