GO Healthy GO Collagen for Joints – Supports Joint Health & Mobility and the freedom to stay active. GO Collagen for Joints assists in the repair and regeneration of ligaments, tendons, joints and cartilage. It contains premium hydrolyzed New Zealand sourced marine collagen, with Turmeric and Vitamin D. Collagen is the most common protein found in our bodies. It is particularly prevalent in the connective tissues of hair, skin, nails, as well as ligaments, bones, cartilage and tendons. The New Zealand marine sourced hydrolyzed Type II collagen used in this product has a high absorption rate. Hydrolyzed Type II collagen helps to restore elasticity to the joints and assists in the repair and regeneration of ligaments, tendons, joints and bones. After the age of 23 our collagen levels naturally start to decrease. Stiff joints are one of the side effects of aging, but an increase in collagen, particularly when supplied in the Type II form, can help reduce stiffness and pain by reducing inflammation and improving joint elasticity. Turmeric contains components that are both anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory, making it useful for treating arthritis and inflammatory conditions. Turmeric helps to decrease the duration of morning stiffness in those with arthritis. A strong anti-oxidant, turmeric helps to neutralize free radicals protecting body cells from damage caused by oxidation. Vitamin D3 is well known for bone health. Combined, these three key ingredients, Type II Collagen, Turmeric and Vitamin D assist in the repair and regeneration of ligaments, tendon, joints and cartilage. Benefits: New Zealand marine sourced hydrolyzed Type II collagen. Lubricates and cushions joints. Added turmeric for anti-inflammatory action. Supports arthritis and joint discomfort.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS Each VegiCapsule contains: Freeze Dried Marine Colagen Powder 750mg Turmeric 5250mg Vitamin D3 500IU
DOSAGE Adults: Take 2 VegeCaps daily. Best taken on an empty stomach.
WARNINGS Not recommended during pregnancy or breast feeding. Do not use if taking anti-coagulant or anti-platelet medications. If taking prescription medication or if in doubt consult your healthcare professional.