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Let’s Talk about the Benefits of Collagen

Let’s Talk about the Benefits of Collagen

Written by Rami Allen BS, NASM-CPT Rami holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Nutrition and Biochemistry from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. He is also a certified functional trainer and holds a NASM-CPT certification from the National Academy of Sports […]

New Study: Collagen Builds Bone Health in Women

New Study: Collagen Builds Bone Health in Women

It’s common to think that bones are hard, lifeless parts of your body. But it’s actually the opposite – your bones are living and growing tissue. As both men and women age and reach peak bone mass, the balance between bone formation and bone loss […]

Here’s What You Need To Know About Collagen

Here’s What You Need To Know About Collagen

Collagen is one of the most popular buzzwords in the health and nutrition world today. But what is Collagen and what are its benefits? We break down everything you need to know, from skin health to bone health and everything in between! What is Collagen? […]

Clear, Radiant Skin All Season Long

Clear, Radiant Skin All Season Long

The skin is the largest organ in the body and it is responsible for many functions that contribute to our health and well-being. It protects the body against physical and chemical aggressions, serves as a sensorial receptor, regulates body temperature, and supplies our cells with […]

Collagen Explained: Not All Are Created Equal

Collagen Explained: Not All Are Created Equal

Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies. It is found in our bones, skin, nails, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Think of Collagen simply as the ‘glue’ that holds us together. While our bodies naturally produce Collagen, by the time we hit age 25, […]

Inactive Teens Have Weaker Bones than Active Teens

Inactive Teens Have Weaker Bones than Active Teens

It’s common knowledge that inactive individuals can have a higher risk of becoming obese and developing numerous conditions, including type 2 diabetes. But did you know that inactive individuals, especially teenagers, have weaker bones than those who are physically active? Bones: Inactive Teens vs. Active […]