Collagen Complete CITRUS 300 gram Doy Pack

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 ‘Collagen Complete 300g Doy Pack’

Collagen Complete is Sugar free & Gluten Free

Mix with Water, Milk or your favorite Juice.

Format: Powder | Volume: 300 g

Serving size: 10 g | Servings per container: 30

Category: Food Supplement

Directions for use:

Take 1 serving daily.

Tip: Take on an empty stomach.


Collagen COMPLETE Promotes & Improves:

  • Promotes Collagen Synthesis
  • Restful sleep
  • Joint repair
  • Teeth and nails
  • Arteries and heart
  • Bone density
  • Metabolism
  • Detox
  • Skin & Hair
  • Cartilage

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Benefits Explained

1. Improves Skin&Hair

As we age, collagen production declines, it’s happening as you read this! You’ll notice it physically: looser skin, more wrinkles and less elasticity. Increasing collagen levels will help your skin look firmer, increase smoothness, and help your skin cells keep renewing and repairing normally. Skin & Hair is a huge focus point in beauty. Repair and Improve your skin & hair today, get Collagen Ultra.

2. Repairs Joints

When we lose Collagen, our tendons and ligaments start moving with less ease. This leads to stiffness, swollen joints and more. Think of ingesting more collagen like greasing a creaky door hinge.

It’ll help your joints move more easily, reduce joint pain and even reduce the risk of joint deterioration. A recent study even found that collagen is an effective treatment for treating osteoarthritis and other joint disorders.

3. Helps Leaky Gut

If you suffer from leaky gut syndrome, a condition where bad-for-you toxins are able to pass through your digestive tract. Collagen can be super-helpful. It’ll help break down proteins and soothe your gut’s lining, healing damaged cell walls and infusing it with healing amino acids. It will also help absorb water, keeping things moving freely in the digestive tract. Leaky gut is a more common ailment than expected. Leaky gut can become painful and dangerous if not treated.

4. Boosts Metabolism

Collagen Boosts Metabolism

A boost in collagen can increase your metabolism. Glycine, found in collagen, helps pump sugar into your body’s tissue to increase energy levels. It also helps in muscle development — and muscles burn more calories than fat. Combine any supplementation with vitamin C to ensure your body can convert the collagen into a useable protein that can begin to restore the source or your energy and vitality

5. Strengthens Teeth & Nails

Collagen Strengthens Teeth & Nails

Ever had peeling and splitting nails? Well, a lack of collagen could be to blame. Collagen protein is also the building block of your fingernails and teeth as well! Teeth & Nail strength is hard to achieve on a regular diet. Adding collagen into your diet regimen can help keep your nails strong and your teeth healthy!

6. Helps Detox

Collagen Helps Detox

If you’re looking to detox, collagen is extremely helpful. That’s because glycine helps minimize damage your liver experiences when it absorbs foreign substances that shouldn’t be passing through it. Collagen+ is perfect for detox. If you have overindulged a bit take Collagen+ to help you detox.

7. Reduces Cellulite – Stretch Marks

Collagen Reduces Cellulite - Stretch Marks

When skin loses its elasticity as a result of decreased collagen, there’s another side effect. More visible cellulite! Because your skin is now thinner, cellulite becomes more evident — no more hiding what’s happening below the surface. Improving your skin’s elasticity through collagen will help reduce that dimpling on your skin.



Collagen is the most abundant protein in animals.

It is fibrous, structural proteins comprising of a right-handed bundle of three parallel, left-handed polyproline II-type

helices. Much progress has been made in elucidating the structure of collagen triple helices and the physicochemical

basis for their stability.

Different sources of collagen

Collagen is a protein structure that has initially been scientifically described and sequenced by scientists in the 1940’s.

The structure of collagen is the same for all forms of collagen – whether it comes from fish, cattle or chickens, or

humans, it all looks and is structurally the same. This means that the source of the collagen is irrelevant – what does

matter is how pure it is as well as how it is absorbed and how effectively it is utilized to replace and promote the

synthesis of new collagen. Also it does matter how effectively the formula can assist with the prevention of protein

glycation and the further breakdown of collagen structures inside the body. The older we get, our bodies lose the

ability to produce collagen, which means that if we want to replace or prevent further loss we have to supplement our

bodies with collagen. However it is also important to help the body regain its ability to do so.


Collagen Complete is a dietary collagen supplement – containing a hydrolysed form of collagen fortified with amino acids,

antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, scientifically bio-engineered to work on different metabolic levels to promote the

synthesis of collagen proteins in the human body. It also contains hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulphate to

contribute to skin and joint hydration and health and thus has anti-ageing properties..


Collagen Complete addresses all of the most important processes that contribute to the production, replacement,

preservation and protection of newly formed collagen structures in the body. It does not simply comprise of a raw

source collagen – but in fact contains a combination of high quality hydrolyzed collagen with added nutrients that form

part of a scientifically bio-engineered formula carefully put together by our biochemist to deliver a powerful and most

effective product.


  1. It is ideal for men and women.
  2. Hydrolyzed Collagen (Type I) of high quality fortified with Amino Acids that are easily absorbed.
  3. Vitamins and co-factors to promote the synthesis of new collagen post absorption.
  4. Important nutrients to reduce the breakdown of collagen associated with stress and ageing.
  5. Enhance the production of collagen by assisting in restful sleep.
  6. Promotes Wellness and Beauty.


  • Maintain strong teeth and gums
  • Promotes normal function of the cardiovascular and nervous systems
  • Assists normal bone function through development and growth
  • Improves joint mobility and cartilage thickness in joints
  • Activates energy production
  • Contributes to reduced tiredness and fatigue by promoting restful sleep
  • Contains anti-stress and anti-ageing properties


  • Promotes skin beauty and elasticity
  • Contributes to normal skin tonicity and hydration
  • May help to reduce the visible signs of ageing and skin dryness
  • Enhances hair strength and thickness


  • Assists with normal fat and protein metabolism
  • Reduces the risk of joint and cartilage injury
  • Supports an improved recovery rate post physical activity
  • Contributes to normal muscle function
  • Promotes restful sleep




Chondroitin is a component of human connective tissues found in cartilage and bone. In supplements, chondroitin

sulfate usually comes from animal cartilage.


Reduces pain and inflammation, improves joint function and slows progression of osteoarthritis (OA).

What we know: Believed to enhance the shock-absorbing properties of collagen and block enzymes that break down

cartilage. Helps cartilage retain water and may reverse cartilage loss when used with glucosamine.


The largest study to date, the 2006 Glucosamine/chondroitin Arthritis Intervention Trial (GAIT) looked at 1,600 people

with knee OA. The first phase found that a small subset of patients with moderate-to-severe arthritis experienced

significant pain relief from combined glucosamine and chondroitin. The 2008 phase found that glucosamine and

chondroitin, together or alone, did not slow joint damage. And in the two-year-long 2010 phase, glucosamine and

chondroitin were found as effective for knee OA as celecoxib (Celebrex).


What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic Acid (HA), also known as hyaluronan or hyaluronate, is a carbohydrate, more specifically a

mucopolysaccharide occurring naturally throughout the human body. It can be several thousands of sugars

(carbohydrates) long. When not bound to other molecules, it binds to water giving it a stiff viscous quality similar to


This viscous Gel is one of the most heavily researched substances in medicine today with thousands of trials mostly in the fields of orthopaedics and eye surgery.

Its function in the body is, amongst other things, to bind water and to lubricate movable parts of the body, such as joints and muscles. Its consistency and tissue-friendliness allows it to be beneficial in skin-care products as an excellent moisturiser. Because HA is one of the most hydrophilic (waterloving) molecules in nature with numerous benefits for the human body it can be described as “nature’s moisturizer.

Hyaluronic Acid Benefits for the Body?

If we compare the joints of the human body to an auto mobile engine, the joint fluid in the body mimics the oil in a car

engine. At regular intervals we replace the oil in our car engines because the heat and friction breakdowns the oils

viscosity. The oil becomes thinner and less able to protect the metal surfaces from excessive wear. Hyaluronic acid

benefits our joints in the same way. As we age the viscosity of the joint fluid lessens. HA helps to maintain normal

joint cushioning.

Scalp Tissue and Hair Follicles.

Structurally the scalp is identical to the skin tissue located throughout the body except it also contains about 100,000

hair follicles that give rise to hair. Actually the hair and the hair follicle are a derivative of skin tissue. There are two

distinctive skin layers, one, the epidermis (outer layer) which gives rise to the protective shield of the body and the

other, the dermal layer (deep layer) which makes up the bulk of the skin and is where the hair follicle is located. This

dermal layer is composed of connective tissue and the connective tissue, with its gelatinous fluid like characteristics

provides support, nourishes and hydrates the deep layers of the scalp. The result is healthy lustrous hair and a

moisturized scalp. Again, all of this is made possible because of the presence of HA in the scalp.


The lips are a core of skeletal muscle covered by skin tissue. The dermal layer of the lips is composed primarily of

connective tissue and its components hyaluronic acid and collagen that give the structure (shape) and plumpness to

the lips. The HA binds to water creating a gelatinous fluid that hydrates the surrounding tissue and keeps the collagen (responsible for keeping the skin tight) nourished and healthy. The result is healthy well hydrated and plump lips that are well protected from the environment.


Haluronic acid is highly concentrated inside the eyeball. The fluid inside the eye called the vitreous humor is composed almost completely of hyaluronic acid. The HA gives the fluid inside the eye a viscous gel like property. This gel acts as a shock absorber for the eye and also serves to transport nutrients into the eye. HA has been directly injected into the eye during procedures to help maintain the shape of the eye during surgery. It has been said that after the 5th decade of life, our eyes stop producing the much needed hyaluronic acid resulting in various eye needs.


Although Hyaluronic Acid (HA) can be found naturally in most every cell in the body, it is found in the greatest

concentrations in the skin tissue. Almost 50% of the bodies HA is found here. It is found in both the deep underlying

dermal areas as well as the visible epidermal top layers. Young skin is smooth and elastic and contains large amounts

of HA that helps keep the skin stay young and healthy. The HA provides continuous moisture to the skin by binding up to 1000 times its weight in water. With age, the ability of the skin to produce HA decreases. Hyaluronic acid acts as a space filler by binding to water and thus keeping the skin wrinkle-free


It works as an antioxidant.

Though not technically an antioxidant (like vitamins C and E, for example), zinc is a key part of your skin’s dietary

defence squad. The mineral lessens the formation of damaging free radicals and protects skin’s lipids (fats) and

fibroblasts—the cells that make collagen, your skin’s support structure—when skin is exposed to UV light, pollution and other skin-agers.

It helps heal and rejuvenate skin.

When you cut yourself, zinc goes to work. First, the amount of the mineral in the skin surrounding the cut increases as enzymes and proteins ramp up to protect against infection, control inflammation and produce new cells and transport them to close up the broken skin. But even healthy, intact skin relies on zinc for new cell production and the function of cell membranes.


It is natures master antioxidant.

It plays a central in the electron transport chain and acts as a radical-scavenging antioxidant. Playing a crucial role in

anti-ageing and energy production.


Prevents Wrinkles.

Enzymes that regulate DNA replication and repair need the antioxidant power of magnesium to do their job. Without it, the skin is subject to a host of wrinkle-producing malefactors such as free radical damage and inflammation. The book “The Magnesium Miracle” cites a study showing that skin cells grown without magnesium were twice as likely to suffer attacks from free radicals. Without DNA repair and with continued onslaught from pesky free radicals, it’s only a matter of time before fine lines and wrinkles begin showing up.






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