Vital Proteins Collagen Dark Chocolate Blackberry 305G
Vital Proteins Collagen Dark Chocolate Blackberry Mix contains 20 grams of grass fed pasture raised collagen per serving and has a delightful dark chocolate blackberry taste. Collagen best known for its ability to improve the appearance of skin, hair and nails, but collagen may also support gut health, heart health, and the health of bones, ligaments, joints and other connective tissues.
Vital Proteins Collagen Dark Chocolate Blackberry Benefits
- Collagen Supplements Replace the Natural Collagen Lost from Aging
- Collagen is an Easily Digestible Protein
- Helps Smooth Wrinkles and Improves Skin Elasticity
- May Help Lessen Joint Pains
- May Promote Gut Health
- Collagen Can Help Promote Bone Health
- 20 Grams Collagen Per Serving
- Collagen Sourced From Grass Fed Pasture Raised
Vital Proteins Collagen Dark Chocolate Blackberry Reviews
I've been taking Vital Proteins Collagen for a number of years but had been taking the blue unflavored tub, I only recently discovered the Dark Chocolate Blackberry flavor. This stuff is great, I no longer have to make a smoothie to mix my unflavored collagen into, I can just mix it with milk or water and drink it was a morning shake, absolutely love this stuff!
I've been taking Vital Proteins Collagen for over a year and I can definitely notice a difference in my skin, hair and nails. I'm 50 yrs old and my nails grow faster, my hair is thicker and my skin looks more youthful, I'll keep taking Vital Proteins Collagen.
Mix 1 scoop with beverage of your choice.
Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides Dark Chocolate Blackberry Ingredients
Warnings & Side Effects
Store in a cool dry place after opening.
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