Collagen - GUT Health Bundle

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Collagen - GUT Health Bundle

Collagen - GUT Health Bundle

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Supports Youthful Skin, Hair and Nails.*
Supports Mobility and Flexibility.*
Supports GUT microflora balance.*

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Highlights

Collagen:
100% Hydrolyzed for Greater Absorption.*
Supports Healthy Digestion, Joint Mobility & Flexibility.*
Powerful Peptide to Support Strong Hair, Radiant Skin, & Nails.*

Gut Health:
Unique Blend contains Clinically Tested Prebiotics, Probiotic, and Postbiotic with Time-tested Preservation Support.*
Delayed Release Capsule Technology.
No Refrigeration is Needed.

Suggested Usage

Collagen:
Combine 1-2 scoops with 8 fl.oz of liquid, mix thoroughly. Not intended for children.

GUT Health:
Take 4 capsules a day with food or as suggested by your health care professional. ​

Ingredients

Collagen:
Hydrolyzed Bovine Collagen Peptides
Other Ingredients: None


GUT health:
SunFiber® (Prebiotic)- Partially Hydrolyzed Guar gum (100% Soluble Dietary Fiber).​
LactoSpore® (Probiotic)- 2 Billion CFUs, Bacillus Coagulans, MTCC 5856.​
CoreBiome® (Postbiotic)- Standardized to 30% Tributyrin.​
L –Glutamine (KQ)® (Preservation Support)- Conditional Amino Acid.​
DRcaps ® - Delayed Release Capsule Technology.​
Other Ingredients – Silicon Dioxide and MCT Powder.​

  • gluten free

    Gluten Free

  • soy free-quality-No allergens

    Soy Free

  • Dairy free-No milk products

    Dairy Free

  • No Fillers

  • third party tested supplements-quality check	independent testing-trusted quality-quality

    Third Party Tested

  • vegetarian  vegan vegan supplement vegetarian supplement vegetarian friendly

    GMP Certified Facility

GUT Health(1-22)

The gut is home to various species of friendly bacteria that collectively form the “Gut microbiome” which is the foundation for a healthy gut and physiological condition. This microbiome balance can directly influence our immune system, circulatory health, brain health, sleep, mood, digestion, and overall wellness. Therefore, at Sandhu’s we provide a high-quality research-based formulation with clinically evaluated prebiotic, probiotic, and postbiotic with preservation support in a delayed-release capsule to prevent nutrients from being broken down in the stomach so they could be released in the small intestine where it can thrive.* This complete formula may help in reaching your wellness goal.*

“4P’s for Proper GUT”

SunFiber® (Prebiotic)

SunFiber® (partially hydrolyzed guar gum), is a 100% water-soluble, clinically studied prebiotic fiber, unique in comparison to other non-galactomannan-based fibers.* It feeds beneficial gut bacteria, and the fermentation results in high levels of short-chain fatty acids (SCFA), which support the colon and are beneficial to intestinal health.*

LactoSpore® (Probiotic)

LactoSpore® (2 Billion CFUs, Bacillus Coagulans, MTCC 5856) is a clinically evaluated, shelf-stable probiotics.* It produces lactic acid, which supports regulating the bad bacteria and helps colonize the good bacteria to maintain a healthy gut and help balance intestinal flora.*

CoreBiome® (Postbiotic)

CoreBiome® (Standardized to contain 30% Tributyrin), reaches both the small and large intestines to support the integrity of the gut lining to help ensure your gut is in the best condition.*

Fermented L –Glutamine (KQ®) (Preservation Support)

L –Glutamine (KQ®) is a science-based conditional amino acid that helps on tight junctions and supports maintaining healthy gut lining.*

 

Collagen- The Miracle Peptides*(23-36)

Collagen accounts for 30% of your body's protein, gives your body its shape, stability, and strength. As people grow older, their collagen becomes fragmented, and collagen production slows down, leading to aging signs. The essential amino acids are the major component of collagen and it cannot be made by the body alone. As a result, an adequate quantity from dietary sources may be helpful to match your body's daily requirements as you age. Therefore we provide a high quality and highly absorbable bovine collagen in unflavored form to go easy with your favorite beverages.

Type I Collagen - Type I collagen helps in providing structural support to the skin.*

Type III Collagen-  It is often found along with type I collagen and supports the structural integrity and shape.*

Hydrolyzed Collagen

In hydrolyzed collagen, bigger protein molecules are broken down into more manageable chunks to dissolve easily in hot and cold liquids. So, our collagen mixes effortlessly with coffee, smoothies, porridge, soups, sauces, and whatever else you desire. Hydrolyzation also enhances the digestibility and absorbability of our collagen peptides.*

Grass-fed And Pasture Raised

We procure high-quality hydrolyzed collagen peptides (Type I & III) derived from clean, well-maintained, grass-fed and pasture raised bovine following the industry's highest standards of safety.

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