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Vitamin D3 High Dosage 2000 IU in mini-tablets - Without Titanium Dioxide / Silicon -25%

Vitamin D3 High Dosage 2000 IU in mini-tablets - Without Titanium Dioxide / Silicon

€ 1170,00 € 877,50

Evolution of a product: From "Vitamin D 2000 IU soft-gel" to "Vitamin D 2000 IU Mini-tablets". Without Silicon Dioxide - Without Titanium Dioxide From today our product "Vitamin D 2000 IU" remains essentially the same but has been evolved into small and comfortable mini-tablets to make it easier to swallow them. Many have written to us that the soft-gels were too big to be hired, so we decided to use this small format in compresses to meet your needs. The amount of vitamin D is obviously still the same, ie 2000 IU high quality mini-tablet and therefore, essentially, from the point of view of the product, absorption and effectiveness nothing changes. With this product we have also eliminated titanium dioxide / silicon, which we are gradually removing from our other products, because we want our products to be increasingly natural and consistent with our food philosophy. In their place we have inserted an infinitesimal quantity of rice fiber (5% of the total) a quantity that is incapable of creating any problem for you geo-paleolithic and even less the minimum probability of intestinal permeability. This is because, at present, this very small quantity of rice fiber is the only one available in the world (and considerably more expensive ...) that can be used instead of titanium dioxide / silicon as a natural and alternative excipient. Here too the higher cost of the new excipient is entirely at our expense, in order to always give you high-level products. Thanks again for the respect, attention and loyalty with which you appreciate our work!                             Vitamin D Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the form of vitamin D produced by the body after sun exposure. The scientific debate is continuous as to whether D2 offers equivalent efficacy to D3 in the body, but most of the scientific community suggests that vitamin D3 is superior. After examining a great deal of published research, our conclusion is that vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the best form of vitamin D for the body. "Vitamin D3 - 2000 IU" helps Maintaining healthy levels of vitamin D and can help mitigate cognitive decline. Furthermore, clinical studies confirm the importance of maintaining vitamin D levels for broad-spectrum health benefits, such as bone and immune system health. Benefits at a glance: Vitamin D helps regulate the balance of calcium in the body Supports healthy cell differentiation and immune system health Promotes healthy blood pressure in the normal range Supports healthy bone density Perfect complement with multivitamins Vitamin D is fat-soluble and has effects on the expression of over 200 genes in the body. It is essential for optimal health, and yet there is a widespread lack of vitamin D. It is possible to take vitamin D in the blood to optimal levels through repeated sun exposure. But sunscreens and low light in winter make it difficult and the American Academy of Dermatology has reiterated that vitamin D should not be obtained from unprotected exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun or tanning devices like lamps. Therefore, supplementing with the right amount of vitamin D is the beginning of a long journey towards vitamin D deficiency prevention. ​​​​​​​Vitamin D has multiple health benefits Once vitamin D3 is produced in the skin or absorbed by food, it is converted into the body of a metabolically active form known as calcitriol which does much more than just balance your body's calcium balance. Vitamin D intervenes in cell differentiation, in immunity, in insulin secretion, in the regulation of blood pressure, etc. Perform a 25-hydroxy vitamin D blood test after 3 months to assess and adjust the dosage so that optimal blood levels will be between 50-80 ng / mL throughout the year. Therefore maintain the optimal levels of vitamin D in the blood effectively and economically with "Vitamin D3 - 2000 IU"! For greater absorption we recommend the combination with "Primal K2 1000" HERE Composition per tablet: Vitamin D: 50 µg (2000 IU) * (1000% VNR **) * IU .: international units ** VNR: reference nutritional values INGREDIENTS: thickener: microcrystalline cellulose; bulking agent: dicalcium phosphate; anti-caking agents: magnesium salts of fatty acids, rice fiber; vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). WARNINGS: Food supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of children under 3 years of age. STORAGE: Store in a cool, dry place away from heat sources. The term of consumption refers to the intact product, correctly stored.  

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Vitamin D3 High Dosage 2000 IU in mini-tablets - Without Titanium Dioxide / Silicon -20%

Vitamin D3 High Dosage 2000 IU in mini-tablets - Without Titanium Dioxide / Silicon

€ 810,00 € 648,00

Evolution of a product: From "Vitamin D 2000 IU soft-gel" to "Vitamin D 2000 IU Mini-tablets". Without Silicon Dioxide - Without Titanium Dioxide From today our product "Vitamin D 2000 IU" remains essentially the same but has been evolved into small and comfortable mini-tablets to make it easier to swallow them. Many have written to us that the soft-gels were too big to be hired, so we decided to use this small format in compresses to meet your needs. The amount of vitamin D is obviously still the same, ie 2000 IU high quality mini-tablet and therefore, essentially, from the point of view of the product, absorption and effectiveness nothing changes. With this product we have also eliminated titanium dioxide / silicon, which we are gradually removing from our other products, because we want our products to be increasingly natural and consistent with our food philosophy. In their place we have inserted an infinitesimal quantity of rice fiber (5% of the total) a quantity that is incapable of creating any problem for you geo-paleolithic and even less the minimum probability of intestinal permeability. This is because, at present, this very small quantity of rice fiber is the only one available in the world (and considerably more expensive ...) that can be used instead of titanium dioxide / silicon as a natural and alternative excipient. Here too the higher cost of the new excipient is entirely at our expense, in order to always give you high-level products. Thanks again for the respect, attention and loyalty with which you appreciate our work!                             Vitamin D Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the form of vitamin D produced by the body after sun exposure. The scientific debate is continuous as to whether D2 offers equivalent efficacy to D3 in the body, but most of the scientific community suggests that vitamin D3 is superior. After examining a great deal of published research, our conclusion is that vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the best form of vitamin D for the body. "Vitamin D3 - 2000 IU" helps Maintaining healthy levels of vitamin D and can help mitigate cognitive decline. Furthermore, clinical studies confirm the importance of maintaining vitamin D levels for broad-spectrum health benefits, such as bone and immune system health. Benefits at a glance: Vitamin D helps regulate the balance of calcium in the body Supports healthy cell differentiation and immune system health Promotes healthy blood pressure in the normal range Supports healthy bone density Perfect complement with multivitamins Vitamin D is fat-soluble and has effects on the expression of over 200 genes in the body. It is essential for optimal health, and yet there is a widespread lack of vitamin D. It is possible to take vitamin D in the blood to optimal levels through repeated sun exposure. But sunscreens and low light in winter make it difficult and the American Academy of Dermatology has reiterated that vitamin D should not be obtained from unprotected exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun or tanning devices like lamps. Therefore, supplementing with the right amount of vitamin D is the beginning of a long journey towards vitamin D deficiency prevention. ​​​​​​​Vitamin D has multiple health benefits Once vitamin D3 is produced in the skin or absorbed by food, it is converted into the body of a metabolically active form known as calcitriol which does much more than just balance your body's calcium balance. Vitamin D intervenes in cell differentiation, in immunity, in insulin secretion, in the regulation of blood pressure, etc. Perform a 25-hydroxy vitamin D blood test after 3 months to assess and adjust the dosage so that optimal blood levels will be between 50-80 ng / mL throughout the year. Therefore maintain the optimal levels of vitamin D in the blood effectively and economically with "Vitamin D3 - 2000 IU"! For greater absorption we recommend the combination with "Primal K2 1000" HERE Composition per tablet: Vitamin D: 50 µg (2000 IU) * (1000% VNR **) * IU .: international units ** VNR: reference nutritional values INGREDIENTS: thickener: microcrystalline cellulose; bulking agent: dicalcium phosphate; anti-caking agents: magnesium salts of fatty acids, rice fiber; vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). WARNINGS: Food supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of children under 3 years of age. STORAGE: Store in a cool, dry place away from heat sources. The term of consumption refers to the intact product, correctly stored.  

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Vitamin D3 High Dosage 2000 IU in mini-tablets - Without Titanium Dioxide / Silicon -15%

Vitamin D3 High Dosage 2000 IU in mini-tablets - Without Titanium Dioxide / Silicon

€ 45,00 € 38,25

Evolution of a product: From "Vitamin D 2000 IU soft-gel" to "Vitamin D 2000 IU Mini-tablets". Without Silicon Dioxide - Without Titanium Dioxide From today our product "Vitamin D 2000 IU" remains essentially the same but has been evolved into small and comfortable mini-tablets to make it easier to swallow them. Many have written to us that the soft-gels were too big to be hired, so we decided to use this small format in compresses to meet your needs. The amount of vitamin D is obviously still the same, ie 2000 IU high quality mini-tablet and therefore, essentially, from the point of view of the product, absorption and effectiveness nothing changes. With this product we have also eliminated titanium dioxide / silicon, which we are gradually removing from our other products, because we want our products to be increasingly natural and consistent with our food philosophy. In their place we have inserted an infinitesimal quantity of rice fiber (5% of the total) a quantity that is incapable of creating any problem for you geo-paleolithic and even less the minimum probability of intestinal permeability. This is because, at present, this very small quantity of rice fiber is the only one available in the world (and considerably more expensive ...) that can be used instead of titanium dioxide / silicon as a natural and alternative excipient. Here too the higher cost of the new excipient is entirely at our expense, in order to always give you high-level products. Thanks again for the respect, attention and loyalty with which you appreciate our work!                             Vitamin D Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the form of vitamin D produced by the body after sun exposure. The scientific debate is continuous as to whether D2 offers equivalent efficacy to D3 in the body, but most of the scientific community suggests that vitamin D3 is superior. After examining a great deal of published research, our conclusion is that vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the best form of vitamin D for the body. "Vitamin D3 - 2000 IU" helps Maintaining healthy levels of vitamin D and can help mitigate cognitive decline. Furthermore, clinical studies confirm the importance of maintaining vitamin D levels for broad-spectrum health benefits, such as bone and immune system health. Benefits at a glance: Vitamin D helps regulate the balance of calcium in the body Supports healthy cell differentiation and immune system health Promotes healthy blood pressure in the normal range Supports healthy bone density Perfect complement with multivitamins Vitamin D is fat-soluble and has effects on the expression of over 200 genes in the body. It is essential for optimal health, and yet there is a widespread lack of vitamin D. It is possible to take vitamin D in the blood to optimal levels through repeated sun exposure. But sunscreens and low light in winter make it difficult and the American Academy of Dermatology has reiterated that vitamin D should not be obtained from unprotected exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun or tanning devices like lamps. Therefore, supplementing with the right amount of vitamin D is the beginning of a long journey towards vitamin D deficiency prevention. ​​​​​​​Vitamin D has multiple health benefits Once vitamin D3 is produced in the skin or absorbed by food, it is converted into the body of a metabolically active form known as calcitriol which does much more than just balance your body's calcium balance. Vitamin D intervenes in cell differentiation, in immunity, in insulin secretion, in the regulation of blood pressure, etc. Perform a 25-hydroxy vitamin D blood test after 3 months to assess and adjust the dosage so that optimal blood levels will be between 50-80 ng / mL throughout the year. Therefore maintain the optimal levels of vitamin D in the blood effectively and economically with "Vitamin D3 - 2000 IU"! For greater absorption we recommend the combination with "Primal K2 1000" HERE Composition per tablet: Vitamin D: 50 µg (2000 IU) * (1000% VNR **) * IU .: international units ** VNR: reference nutritional values INGREDIENTS: thickener: microcrystalline cellulose; bulking agent: dicalcium phosphate; anti-caking agents: magnesium salts of fatty acids, rice fiber; vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). WARNINGS: Food supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of children under 3 years of age. STORAGE: Store in a cool, dry place away from heat sources. The term of consumption refers to the intact product, correctly stored.  

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Vitamin D3 High Dosage 2000 IU in mini-tablets - Without Titanium Dioxide / Silicon

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€ 45,00

Evolution of a product: From "Vitamin D 2000 IU soft-gel" to "Vitamin D 2000 IU Mini-tablets". Without Silicon Dioxide - Without Titanium Dioxide From today our product "Vitamin D 2000 IU" remains essentially the same but has been evolved into small and comfortable mini-tablets to make it easier to swallow them. Many have written to us that the soft-gels were too big to be hired, so we decided to use this small format in compresses to meet your needs. The amount of vitamin D is obviously still the same, ie 2000 IU high quality mini-tablet and therefore, essentially, from the point of view of the product, absorption and effectiveness nothing changes. With this product we have also eliminated titanium dioxide / silicon, which we are gradually removing from our other products, because we want our products to be increasingly natural and consistent with our food philosophy. In their place we have inserted an infinitesimal quantity of rice fiber (5% of the total) a quantity that is incapable of creating any problem for you geo-paleolithic and even less the minimum probability of intestinal permeability. This is because, at present, this very small quantity of rice fiber is the only one available in the world (and considerably more expensive ...) that can be used instead of titanium dioxide / silicon as a natural and alternative excipient. Here too the higher cost of the new excipient is entirely at our expense, in order to always give you high-level products. Thanks again for the respect, attention and loyalty with which you appreciate our work!                             Vitamin D Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the form of vitamin D produced by the body after sun exposure. The scientific debate is continuous as to whether D2 offers equivalent efficacy to D3 in the body, but most of the scientific community suggests that vitamin D3 is superior. After examining a great deal of published research, our conclusion is that vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the best form of vitamin D for the body. "Vitamin D3 - 2000 IU" helps Maintaining healthy levels of vitamin D and can help mitigate cognitive decline. Furthermore, clinical studies confirm the importance of maintaining vitamin D levels for broad-spectrum health benefits, such as bone and immune system health. Benefits at a glance: Vitamin D helps regulate the balance of calcium in the body Supports healthy cell differentiation and immune system health Promotes healthy blood pressure in the normal range Supports healthy bone density Perfect complement with multivitamins Vitamin D is fat-soluble and has effects on the expression of over 200 genes in the body. It is essential for optimal health, and yet there is a widespread lack of vitamin D. It is possible to take vitamin D in the blood to optimal levels through repeated sun exposure. But sunscreens and low light in winter make it difficult and the American Academy of Dermatology has reiterated that vitamin D should not be obtained from unprotected exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun or tanning devices like lamps. Therefore, supplementing with the right amount of vitamin D is the beginning of a long journey towards vitamin D deficiency prevention. ​​​​​​​Vitamin D has multiple health benefits Once vitamin D3 is produced in the skin or absorbed by food, it is converted into the body of a metabolically active form known as calcitriol which does much more than just balance your body's calcium balance. Vitamin D intervenes in cell differentiation, in immunity, in insulin secretion, in the regulation of blood pressure, etc. Perform a 25-hydroxy vitamin D blood test after 3 months to assess and adjust the dosage so that optimal blood levels will be between 50-80 ng / mL throughout the year. Therefore maintain the optimal levels of vitamin D in the blood effectively and economically with "Vitamin D3 - 2000 IU"! For greater absorption we recommend the combination with "Primal K2 1000" HERE Composition per tablet: Vitamin D: 50 µg (2000 IU) * (1000% VNR **) * IU .: international units ** VNR: reference nutritional values INGREDIENTS: thickener: microcrystalline cellulose; bulking agent: dicalcium phosphate; anti-caking agents: magnesium salts of fatty acids, rice fiber; vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). WARNINGS: Food supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of children under 3 years of age. STORAGE: Store in a cool, dry place away from heat sources. The term of consumption refers to the intact product, correctly stored.  

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Libro Virus Special Pack. Vit. A/C/D/K2 + Alkawater -10%

Libro Virus Special Pack. Vit. A/C/D/K2 + Alkawater

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Virus (Meno) Letali - Potenzia subito il tuo sistema immunitario con la Cheto/GeoPaleoDiet - C. Tozzi

Virus (Meno) Letali - Potenzia subito il tuo sistema immunitario con la Cheto/GeoPaleoDiet - C. Tozzi

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​​​​​​​L'ultimo libro di Claudio Tozzi che fa chiarezza su quale alimentazione fare per combattere i virus E NON è la Dieta Mediterranea  Covid19,SARS,MERS ed altro minacciano la nostra esistenza. Ecco l’innovativo programma alimentare con tanto di vitamine A/C/D considerate falsamente “fake news”. Anzi, la loro carenza potrebbe addirittura essere una concausa delle pandemie (comprese le possibili nuove ondate).   Al tempo delle pandemie nei giornali, nelle Tv, nella Radio e in molti studi medici si parla solo di vaccini ma (senza entrare nel merito, per carità di Dio), il vaccino non c’è, ci sarà forse tra anni e magari non ci sarà mai, come è già successo con la SARS nel 2003. Non contenti di parlare ogni santo giorno di un rimedio inesistente (non ho detto inefficace, ho detto I-N-E-S-I-S-T-E-N-T-E) molti negano che siano disponibili alimentazioni specifiche e/o sostanze comunque capaci di stimolare il sistema immunitario e difenderci SUBITO dal coronavirus. Il che non è assolutamente vero, esponendo cosi la popolazione a gravi conseguenze sulla salute pubblica. Si, magari le stesse molecole e/o rimedi che non essendo brevettati (come è successo per la vitamina C), che nel 90% dei giornali/Tv/Radio/ecc bollano come “fake news” e qualunque cosa che non sia un farmaco. Ecco perché non devi aspettare il vaccino se fosse l’oracolo: potrebbe essere troppo tardi. In questo libro troverai quindi: tutte le prove scientifiche (pubblicate dalle migliori riviste scientifiche mondiali) che il 90% dei mass media non ti fanno mai vedere sui danni di cereali/latticini/legumi al nostro sistema immunitario, favorendo di fatto la diffusione mondiale delle infezioni. le molecole naturali capaci di potenziare invece (e in maniera incredibile) il nostro organismo contro i virus come aumentare addirittura la potenza d’azione dei (eventuali e futuri) vaccini. Elenco dei cibi consigliati, ricette e tabelle avanzate di integrazione alimentare per alzare gli scudi intorno al tuo corpo e combattere ogni tipo di aggressione da parte di microorganismi malefici. Come fatti trovare pronto all’eventuali seconde e terze ondate del coronavirus o qualunque altro eventuale patogeno maligno del futuro. E il Covid-19 è dannoso anche perchè contiene una sostanza tossica simile a quella contenuta nella pasta e nel pane, caposaldi della dieta mediterranea tanto consigliata… - Pagine 256  - Autore: Claudio Tozzi  - Prevendita   

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Primitive Collagen. Softer skin, anti-wrinkle, less joint pain in 30 days -25%

Primitive Collagen. Softer skin, anti-wrinkle, less joint pain in 30 days

€ 1534,00 € 1150,50

Collagen can keep osteoporosis away, detoxify your intestine, help you sleep, improve your skin, remove your joint pain, maintain your lean muscle mass and many other precious health/sport benefits Keep on reading to learn all the reasons why you should take collagen!   Do you remember Simmenthal canned meat? The meat was wrapped in a semi-transparent substance, gelatine, which was very good! Gelatine comes from collagen, the most abundant protein in humans and animals (about 25% of the total protein mass), representing about 6% of body weight in humans. Once cooked, the collagen decomposition into gelatine is irreversible; its long protein fibers, or tiny fibers, are broken down into small compounds of amino acids. However, the chemical composition of gelatin is very similar to its mother molecule. Collagen is found almost everywhere in the body, but is more abundant in the skin, bones, tendons and ligaments. It holds our tissues together, providing the skeleton with a robust but flexible structure and some types of collagen fibrils are, gram for gram, stronger than steel. (1) Collagen in the skin, bones, ligaments and tendons of animals, increases the reserves of human collagen, which leads to significant health benefits below. It is made almost entirely of protein (98 to 99%). Collagen is rich in vital amino acids, although it does not contain all the essential amino acids, making it an incomplete protein. The amino acids that it is provided though are particularly important for health, in particular glycine, but also other fundamental amino acids such as Proline, Glutamic acid and Lysine. (2) Collagen is Paleo! Our hunter-gatherer ancestors ate much more collagen than we do today. This is because they widely used nose-to-tail consumption, they used to cook and consume the entire animal, including skin, tendons and other gelatinous elements. We have lost the practice of consuming whole animals and gelatin-rich cuts are generally discarded, or at least underestimated, now. (Some, such as beef shank or roast, are also considered "hard" and therefore less attractive than softer and more expensive ones.) Furthermore, vegetarians do not eat many (or none) of animal products. This means that we are taking a lot less collagen than our ancestors, if not at all. 10 (+1) reasons to take collagen ... Now! Since we usually do not use the entire animal, or in some cases completely avoid the meat, we lose the many benefits of this unique food. 1. Increases skin elasticity Collagen is one of the primary structural elements of the skin. As we age, we naturally lose collagen, our skin goes limp and wrinkles come. Collagen provides glycine and proline, key elements that can help your body create enough of this important protein to improve the health and appearance of your skin. In particular, several studies have shown an improvement in skin elasticity and hydration, as well as a reduction in deep wrinkles, with the integration of collagen hydrolyzate. (3,4) A diet rich in collagen can also protect against the effects of aging sunlight, preventing wrinkles in the future. (5) Collagen also seems to induce hair growth and lead to thicker and fuller locks. (6,7) 2. Reduces cellulite and stretch marks There is no doubt that our genetics play an enormous role in the onset of cellulite and stretch marks, but the levels of collagen in our body contribute to the appearance of our skin. With the daily intake of collagen, we make sure that the levels of this substance do not decrease drastically and therefore a healthy level is maintained. The skin consequently will have a structure that will be less prone to collapse and lead to cellulite. 3. It manages inflammation Chronic inflammation is known to be the main cause of many health problems. However, some research has shown that Glycine, an amino acid found in collagen supplements (such as "Primitive Collagen"), is a great tool to reduce inflammation. 4. Improves sleep quality For every human being, sleep is crucial for its metabolic function, physics and mental health. Gelatin can help to combine sleep due to its abundance of glycine. Only a few tablespoons can provide about three grams of glycine, enough to cause measurable improvements in sleep quality. (8,9) Glycine is also an inhibitory neurotransmitter, which means that it can reduce anxiety and promote mental calm to make you sleep through the night. (10) 5. Improves the states of anxiety Everyone feels anxious once in a while, some more than others. Chronic anxiety and stress can seriously affect our daily lives. But glycine is also an inhibitory neurotransmitter, which means that it is a natural way to calm the brain and create balance.   6. Decreases joint pain The bone lives, the tissue grows and mainly includes collagen and, as already mentioned, this substance is the glue that holds our tissues together. So, it's easy to see why getting more collagen is good for bone and joint health. Research shows that gelatine can have a beneficial effect on cartilage metabolism and inhibit collagen breakdown in bones. It can be effective in the treatment of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis. (11,12,13) Its amino acids glycine and proline are anti-inflammatory and are probably responsible for research findings that find gelatin effective in reducing joint pain associated with arthritis. Lysine strengthens bones by helping the body absorb calcium and form collagen. The body cannot produce this amino acid, so it must come from the diet. Lysine has also been shown in animal studies to accelerate fracture healing. (14)   7. Appetite control If you are trying to lose weight, collagen is an excellent option because being like a protein, it makes you feel fuller longer regardless of the time of intake. 8. Improves digestion Intestinal permeability (very common for people with certain lifestyles, such as eating cereals, dairy products, legumes, alcohol, etc.) can lead to physical and mental health problems, nutritional deficiencies and anxiety. Thanks to the amino acids glycine, proline and glutamine, collagen can improve intestinal integrity and digestive strength, improving gastric acid secretion and restoring a healthy lining in the stomach. (15,16) Collagen also absorbs water and helps keep the digestive tract fluid, promoting good intestinal transit and healthy bowel movements. (17) Soups, broths rich in gelatin or supplements such as "Primitive Collagen" are key components to improve bowel function and promote healthy digestion. 9. Increase energy levels You can take collagen to increase metabolism and energy levels due to its glycine content. You can jump instead of crawling out of bed every day!   10. Longer hair and healthier nails Collagen is a central component of hair and nails and therefore having healthy levels of this substance in your body ensures healthy, long, sensual, brighter and stronger hair. Even your nails get longer and stronger because they won't break more easily. Collagen is an excellent ingredient that will ensure you live a longer and healthier life, with strong bones, longer and shinier hair, better nails and glowing skin. 11. Maintains muscle mass Glycine is the hero here again: research has found that increasing the intake of glycine, through supplementation or foods high in glycine such as gelatin, can help slow or reduce the loss of bound muscle at the age. This weakness can make some people less physically active as they get older, and can even increase the risk of falling due to reduced strength and stability or getting hurt when they train. Additional glycine can protect muscles in a variety of wasting conditions caused by serious illnesses such as cancer or very low calorie intake. (18,19) The List of the Collagen benefits continues! Research suggests that gelatin can also help in weight loss, helps control blood sugar, decreases inflammation in type 2 diabetics, improves cognitive / mental health and much more. (20,21,22,23) Are you a vegetarian? A warning ... Vegetarians often have low levels of glycine. Vegetarians and vegans do not consume as much glycine as meat eaters and we have seen how important this component of collagen is to health. Studies have shown that vegetarians and vegans have significantly higher levels of homocysteine, on average, than omnivores, putting them at significant risk of cardiovascular problems, ie exactly the opposite of what they wanted to achieve by removing meat. (25) This is probably due to nutritional deficiencies of vitamin B12 and choline, which help to control homocysteine. Some followers of the Paleo who mainly eat muscle meat and ignore the "nose-to-tail" philosophy, can therefore also be subject to a low consumption of glycine, something that in the Paleolithic did not happen because the whole animal was consumed.   "Primitive Collagen" is UNIQUE! In fact, it has been formulated together with other substances to further amplify the fire power of its numerous benefits, a series of synergistic molecules that create a unique product, completely different from all the other collagen-based products that exist on the market. So in addition to top quality hydrolyzed collagen, "Primitive Collagen" also contains: - C vitamin - Zinc - Ornithine Here because:                               C vitamin Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is fundamental for the synthesis of hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid has been advertised to accelerate recovery times and relieve painful joints. Without adequate levels of vitamin C, your body will not get the maximum benefit from foods containing hyaluronic acid. A study suggests that hyaluronic acid can help improve collagen production in the human body. Hyaluronic acid is found naturally in the body, but decreases with age, so eating foods / supplements rich in vitamin C and amino acids can increase the levels of hyaluronic acid and collagen in the body since both are important for the skin. Vitamin C is therefore fundamental precisely for the production of collagen and therefore in "Collagen Primitive" as many as 900 mg of pure ascorbic acid have been inserted, which represent as much as 1125% of VNR (Reference Nutrient Values).                                 Zinc Zinc is a nutrient that plays many vital roles in your body and for this reason, it is necessary to obtain a constant supply through the diet and / or supplements. Zinc is required for numerous processes in your body, including (1): Gene expression Enzymatic reactions Immune function Protein synthesis DNA synthesis Wound healing Growth and development Zinc is the second most abundant mineral in your body - after iron - and is present in every cell (2). Zinc is necessary for the activity of over 300 enzymes that help metabolism, digestion, nerve function and many other processes (3). Furthermore, it is essential for the development and function of immune cells (4). This mineral is also essential for skin health, DNA synthesis and protein production (5). Furthermore, the growth and development of the body depend on zinc for its role in growth and cell division (6). Zinc is also necessary for your senses. Since one of the crucial enzymes for taste and smell is dependent on this nutrient, a deficiency of zinc can reduce the ability to taste or smell (7). Zinc is essential for cell growth and division, immune function, enzymatic reactions, DNA synthesis and protein production. Research shows that zinc has numerous health benefits because it helps keep your immune system strong. Because it is necessary for immune cell function and cell signaling, a deficiency can lead to a weakened immune response. Zinc supplements stimulate particular immune cells and reduce oxidative stress. For example, a review of seven studies showed that 80-92 mg of zinc a day can reduce the length of the common cold by up to 33% (8). Furthermore, zinc supplements significantly reduce the risk of infections and promote the immune response in the elderly (9). Zinc is commonly used in hospitals as a treatment for burns, some ulcers and other skin lesions (10). Since this mineral plays a fundamental role in collagen synthesis, in immune function and in the inflammatory response, it is necessary for proper healing. In fact, your skin contains a relatively high amount - about 5% - of your body's zinc content (11). While a zinc deficiency can slow down wound healing, zinc supplementation can speed recovery in people with wounds. For example, in a 12-week study in 60 people with diabetic foot ulcers, those treated with 200 mg of zinc per day showed significant reductions in ulcer size compared to a placebo group (12). Zinc can significantly reduce the risk of age-related diseases, such as pneumonia, infection and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Zinc can relieve oxidative stress and improve the immune response by increasing the activity of T cells and natural killer cells, which help protect the body from infections (13). The elderly who supplement zinc have improved their response to influenza vaccination, reduced the risk of pneumonia and increased mental performance (14, 15, 16). In fact, one study has determined that 45 mg of zinc a day can reduce the infection rate in the elderly by almost 66% (17). In addition, in a large study of over 4,200 people, taking daily antioxidant supplements - vitamin E, vitamin C and beta-carotene - plus 80 mg of zinc reduced vision loss and significantly reduced the risk of advanced AMD (18). Acne is a very common skin disease that is estimated to affect up to 9.4% of the global population (19). Acne is driven by the obstruction of glands, bacteria and oil-producing inflammation (20). Studies suggest that both topical and oral zinc treatments can effectively treat acne by reducing inflammation, inhibiting the growth of P. acnes bacteria and suppressing oily gland activity (21). People with acne tend to have lower levels of zinc. Therefore, supplements can help reduce symptoms (22). Zinc reduces oxidative stress and reduces the levels of some inflammatory proteins in the body (23). Oxidative stress leads to chronic inflammation, a factor that contributes to a wide range of chronic diseases, such as heart disease, cancer and mental decline (24). In a study of 40 older adults, those taking 45 mg of zinc per day experienced a greater reduction in inflammatory markers than in a placebo group (25). Zinc can therefore effectively reduce inflammation, increase immune health, reduce the risk of age-related diseases, accelerate wound healing and improve acne symptoms. Although severe zinc deficiency is rare, it can occur in people with rare genetic mutations, breastfed babies whose mothers do not have enough zinc, people with alcohol dependencies and anyone who takes certain immunosuppressive drugs. Symptoms of severe zinc deficiency include reduced growth and development, delayed sexual maturity, rash, chronic diarrhea, wound healing and behavioral problems (26). Milder forms of zinc deficiency are more common, especially in children in developing countries where diets are often free of important nutrients. An estimated 2 billion people worldwide are deficient in zinc due to inadequate dietary intake (27). Because zinc deficiency damages the immune system, increasing the chances of infection, zinc deficiency is believed to cause over 450,000 deaths in children under the age of 5 each year (28). Among those at risk of zinc deficiency (29): People with gastrointestinal diseases such as Crohn's disease Vegetarians and vegans Pregnant and nursing women Older children who are exclusively breastfed People with sickle cell disease People who are malnourished, including those with anorexia or bulimia People with chronic kidney disease Those who abuse alcohol Symptoms of mild zinc deficiency include diarrhea, decreased immunity, hair loss, decreased appetite, mood disorders, dry skin, fertility problems and wound healing (30). Zinc deficiency is difficult to detect using laboratory tests due to the body's strict control of zinc levels. Therefore, you may still be lacking even if the tests indicate normal levels. For this reason and in particular for his great work on the production of collagen, in "Collagen Primitive" 6 mg of Zinc have been inserted, which represent 60% of the VNR (Reference Nutrient Values), which indicate the quantity of vitamins and minerals that a person should take to meet the minimum daily requirement.                             Ornithine   There are so many collagen products around but only "Collagen Primitive" contains Ornithine, which, by amplifying the overall power of the product, makes it absolutely unique. In fact, a scientific study has compared two groups of people to whom the initial degree of: Skin elasticity Transepidermal water loss (TEWL) One group was given a drink containing Collagen and Ornithine, while to the other group a placebo drink, that is without active ingredients. Obviously, neither group knew exactly what they were taking, whether collagen + ornithine or nothing, in order to increase the effectiveness of the experiment. After 2 months they re-measured the values. Skin elasticity and transepidermal water loss were significantly improved in the group that received collagen + ornintine compared to the placebo group. Furthermore, only the collagen + ornithine group showed an increase in plasma IGF-1 levels after 8 weeks of integration compared to baseline. The IGF1 hormone takes its name from the English terms insulin like growth factor, or similar insulin growth factors. It is produced by the liver and is one of the mediators of the growth hormone called GH, and therefore serves to stimulate the development of certain tissues in the human body, such as bones, muscles, skin and brain. It also controls insulin resistance, making it more difficult to contract diabetes. These results have also been confirmed by another study in which it has been proven that ornithine stimulates polyamine concentrations that are known to increase the synthesis of certain proteins and improve the epidermal barrier function of the skin. This research shows that oral administration of ornithine significantly affects the chemical composition of the skin through increases in both amino acids and polyamines after a short period of time. Ultimately "Collagen Primitive" is currently the only formulation in the world that contains Hydrolyzed Collagen boosted with:     Ornithine + Zinc + vitamin  Packaging: 300 grams of hydrolyzed Collagen (Powder)   Warning: Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Dietary supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. Keep out of reach of children under three years. Do not use in pregnancy and in children or for prolonged periods without consulting a doctor. Store in a dry place away from heat sources. Close the package after use. 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Primitive Collagen. Softer skin, anti-wrinkle, less joint pain in 30 days -20%

Primitive Collagen. Softer skin, anti-wrinkle, less joint pain in 30 days

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Collagen can keep osteoporosis away, detoxify your intestine, help you sleep, improve your skin, remove your joint pain, maintain your lean muscle mass and many other precious health/sport benefits Keep on reading to learn all the reasons why you should take collagen!   Do you remember Simmenthal canned meat? The meat was wrapped in a semi-transparent substance, gelatine, which was very good! Gelatine comes from collagen, the most abundant protein in humans and animals (about 25% of the total protein mass), representing about 6% of body weight in humans. Once cooked, the collagen decomposition into gelatine is irreversible; its long protein fibers, or tiny fibers, are broken down into small compounds of amino acids. However, the chemical composition of gelatin is very similar to its mother molecule. Collagen is found almost everywhere in the body, but is more abundant in the skin, bones, tendons and ligaments. It holds our tissues together, providing the skeleton with a robust but flexible structure and some types of collagen fibrils are, gram for gram, stronger than steel. (1) Collagen in the skin, bones, ligaments and tendons of animals, increases the reserves of human collagen, which leads to significant health benefits below. It is made almost entirely of protein (98 to 99%). Collagen is rich in vital amino acids, although it does not contain all the essential amino acids, making it an incomplete protein. The amino acids that it is provided though are particularly important for health, in particular glycine, but also other fundamental amino acids such as Proline, Glutamic acid and Lysine. (2) Collagen is Paleo! Our hunter-gatherer ancestors ate much more collagen than we do today. This is because they widely used nose-to-tail consumption, they used to cook and consume the entire animal, including skin, tendons and other gelatinous elements. We have lost the practice of consuming whole animals and gelatin-rich cuts are generally discarded, or at least underestimated, now. (Some, such as beef shank or roast, are also considered "hard" and therefore less attractive than softer and more expensive ones.) Furthermore, vegetarians do not eat many (or none) of animal products. This means that we are taking a lot less collagen than our ancestors, if not at all. 10 (+1) reasons to take collagen ... Now! Since we usually do not use the entire animal, or in some cases completely avoid the meat, we lose the many benefits of this unique food. 1. Increases skin elasticity Collagen is one of the primary structural elements of the skin. As we age, we naturally lose collagen, our skin goes limp and wrinkles come. Collagen provides glycine and proline, key elements that can help your body create enough of this important protein to improve the health and appearance of your skin. In particular, several studies have shown an improvement in skin elasticity and hydration, as well as a reduction in deep wrinkles, with the integration of collagen hydrolyzate. (3,4) A diet rich in collagen can also protect against the effects of aging sunlight, preventing wrinkles in the future. (5) Collagen also seems to induce hair growth and lead to thicker and fuller locks. (6,7) 2. Reduces cellulite and stretch marks There is no doubt that our genetics play an enormous role in the onset of cellulite and stretch marks, but the levels of collagen in our body contribute to the appearance of our skin. With the daily intake of collagen, we make sure that the levels of this substance do not decrease drastically and therefore a healthy level is maintained. The skin consequently will have a structure that will be less prone to collapse and lead to cellulite. 3. It manages inflammation Chronic inflammation is known to be the main cause of many health problems. However, some research has shown that Glycine, an amino acid found in collagen supplements (such as "Primitive Collagen"), is a great tool to reduce inflammation. 4. Improves sleep quality For every human being, sleep is crucial for its metabolic function, physics and mental health. Gelatin can help to combine sleep due to its abundance of glycine. Only a few tablespoons can provide about three grams of glycine, enough to cause measurable improvements in sleep quality. (8,9) Glycine is also an inhibitory neurotransmitter, which means that it can reduce anxiety and promote mental calm to make you sleep through the night. (10) 5. Improves the states of anxiety Everyone feels anxious once in a while, some more than others. Chronic anxiety and stress can seriously affect our daily lives. But glycine is also an inhibitory neurotransmitter, which means that it is a natural way to calm the brain and create balance.   6. Decreases joint pain The bone lives, the tissue grows and mainly includes collagen and, as already mentioned, this substance is the glue that holds our tissues together. So, it's easy to see why getting more collagen is good for bone and joint health. Research shows that gelatine can have a beneficial effect on cartilage metabolism and inhibit collagen breakdown in bones. It can be effective in the treatment of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis. (11,12,13) Its amino acids glycine and proline are anti-inflammatory and are probably responsible for research findings that find gelatin effective in reducing joint pain associated with arthritis. Lysine strengthens bones by helping the body absorb calcium and form collagen. The body cannot produce this amino acid, so it must come from the diet. Lysine has also been shown in animal studies to accelerate fracture healing. (14)   7. Appetite control If you are trying to lose weight, collagen is an excellent option because being like a protein, it makes you feel fuller longer regardless of the time of intake. 8. Improves digestion Intestinal permeability (very common for people with certain lifestyles, such as eating cereals, dairy products, legumes, alcohol, etc.) can lead to physical and mental health problems, nutritional deficiencies and anxiety. Thanks to the amino acids glycine, proline and glutamine, collagen can improve intestinal integrity and digestive strength, improving gastric acid secretion and restoring a healthy lining in the stomach. (15,16) Collagen also absorbs water and helps keep the digestive tract fluid, promoting good intestinal transit and healthy bowel movements. (17) Soups, broths rich in gelatin or supplements such as "Primitive Collagen" are key components to improve bowel function and promote healthy digestion. 9. Increase energy levels You can take collagen to increase metabolism and energy levels due to its glycine content. You can jump instead of crawling out of bed every day!   10. Longer hair and healthier nails Collagen is a central component of hair and nails and therefore having healthy levels of this substance in your body ensures healthy, long, sensual, brighter and stronger hair. Even your nails get longer and stronger because they won't break more easily. Collagen is an excellent ingredient that will ensure you live a longer and healthier life, with strong bones, longer and shinier hair, better nails and glowing skin. 11. Maintains muscle mass Glycine is the hero here again: research has found that increasing the intake of glycine, through supplementation or foods high in glycine such as gelatin, can help slow or reduce the loss of bound muscle at the age. This weakness can make some people less physically active as they get older, and can even increase the risk of falling due to reduced strength and stability or getting hurt when they train. Additional glycine can protect muscles in a variety of wasting conditions caused by serious illnesses such as cancer or very low calorie intake. (18,19) The List of the Collagen benefits continues! Research suggests that gelatin can also help in weight loss, helps control blood sugar, decreases inflammation in type 2 diabetics, improves cognitive / mental health and much more. (20,21,22,23) Are you a vegetarian? A warning ... Vegetarians often have low levels of glycine. Vegetarians and vegans do not consume as much glycine as meat eaters and we have seen how important this component of collagen is to health. Studies have shown that vegetarians and vegans have significantly higher levels of homocysteine, on average, than omnivores, putting them at significant risk of cardiovascular problems, ie exactly the opposite of what they wanted to achieve by removing meat. (25) This is probably due to nutritional deficiencies of vitamin B12 and choline, which help to control homocysteine. Some followers of the Paleo who mainly eat muscle meat and ignore the "nose-to-tail" philosophy, can therefore also be subject to a low consumption of glycine, something that in the Paleolithic did not happen because the whole animal was consumed.   "Primitive Collagen" is UNIQUE! In fact, it has been formulated together with other substances to further amplify the fire power of its numerous benefits, a series of synergistic molecules that create a unique product, completely different from all the other collagen-based products that exist on the market. So in addition to top quality hydrolyzed collagen, "Primitive Collagen" also contains: - C vitamin - Zinc - Ornithine Here because:                               C vitamin Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is fundamental for the synthesis of hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid has been advertised to accelerate recovery times and relieve painful joints. Without adequate levels of vitamin C, your body will not get the maximum benefit from foods containing hyaluronic acid. A study suggests that hyaluronic acid can help improve collagen production in the human body. Hyaluronic acid is found naturally in the body, but decreases with age, so eating foods / supplements rich in vitamin C and amino acids can increase the levels of hyaluronic acid and collagen in the body since both are important for the skin. Vitamin C is therefore fundamental precisely for the production of collagen and therefore in "Collagen Primitive" as many as 900 mg of pure ascorbic acid have been inserted, which represent as much as 1125% of VNR (Reference Nutrient Values).                                 Zinc Zinc is a nutrient that plays many vital roles in your body and for this reason, it is necessary to obtain a constant supply through the diet and / or supplements. Zinc is required for numerous processes in your body, including (1): Gene expression Enzymatic reactions Immune function Protein synthesis DNA synthesis Wound healing Growth and development Zinc is the second most abundant mineral in your body - after iron - and is present in every cell (2). Zinc is necessary for the activity of over 300 enzymes that help metabolism, digestion, nerve function and many other processes (3). Furthermore, it is essential for the development and function of immune cells (4). This mineral is also essential for skin health, DNA synthesis and protein production (5). Furthermore, the growth and development of the body depend on zinc for its role in growth and cell division (6). Zinc is also necessary for your senses. Since one of the crucial enzymes for taste and smell is dependent on this nutrient, a deficiency of zinc can reduce the ability to taste or smell (7). Zinc is essential for cell growth and division, immune function, enzymatic reactions, DNA synthesis and protein production. Research shows that zinc has numerous health benefits because it helps keep your immune system strong. Because it is necessary for immune cell function and cell signaling, a deficiency can lead to a weakened immune response. Zinc supplements stimulate particular immune cells and reduce oxidative stress. For example, a review of seven studies showed that 80-92 mg of zinc a day can reduce the length of the common cold by up to 33% (8). Furthermore, zinc supplements significantly reduce the risk of infections and promote the immune response in the elderly (9). Zinc is commonly used in hospitals as a treatment for burns, some ulcers and other skin lesions (10). Since this mineral plays a fundamental role in collagen synthesis, in immune function and in the inflammatory response, it is necessary for proper healing. In fact, your skin contains a relatively high amount - about 5% - of your body's zinc content (11). While a zinc deficiency can slow down wound healing, zinc supplementation can speed recovery in people with wounds. For example, in a 12-week study in 60 people with diabetic foot ulcers, those treated with 200 mg of zinc per day showed significant reductions in ulcer size compared to a placebo group (12). Zinc can significantly reduce the risk of age-related diseases, such as pneumonia, infection and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Zinc can relieve oxidative stress and improve the immune response by increasing the activity of T cells and natural killer cells, which help protect the body from infections (13). The elderly who supplement zinc have improved their response to influenza vaccination, reduced the risk of pneumonia and increased mental performance (14, 15, 16). In fact, one study has determined that 45 mg of zinc a day can reduce the infection rate in the elderly by almost 66% (17). In addition, in a large study of over 4,200 people, taking daily antioxidant supplements - vitamin E, vitamin C and beta-carotene - plus 80 mg of zinc reduced vision loss and significantly reduced the risk of advanced AMD (18). Acne is a very common skin disease that is estimated to affect up to 9.4% of the global population (19). Acne is driven by the obstruction of glands, bacteria and oil-producing inflammation (20). Studies suggest that both topical and oral zinc treatments can effectively treat acne by reducing inflammation, inhibiting the growth of P. acnes bacteria and suppressing oily gland activity (21). People with acne tend to have lower levels of zinc. Therefore, supplements can help reduce symptoms (22). Zinc reduces oxidative stress and reduces the levels of some inflammatory proteins in the body (23). Oxidative stress leads to chronic inflammation, a factor that contributes to a wide range of chronic diseases, such as heart disease, cancer and mental decline (24). In a study of 40 older adults, those taking 45 mg of zinc per day experienced a greater reduction in inflammatory markers than in a placebo group (25). Zinc can therefore effectively reduce inflammation, increase immune health, reduce the risk of age-related diseases, accelerate wound healing and improve acne symptoms. Although severe zinc deficiency is rare, it can occur in people with rare genetic mutations, breastfed babies whose mothers do not have enough zinc, people with alcohol dependencies and anyone who takes certain immunosuppressive drugs. Symptoms of severe zinc deficiency include reduced growth and development, delayed sexual maturity, rash, chronic diarrhea, wound healing and behavioral problems (26). Milder forms of zinc deficiency are more common, especially in children in developing countries where diets are often free of important nutrients. An estimated 2 billion people worldwide are deficient in zinc due to inadequate dietary intake (27). Because zinc deficiency damages the immune system, increasing the chances of infection, zinc deficiency is believed to cause over 450,000 deaths in children under the age of 5 each year (28). Among those at risk of zinc deficiency (29): People with gastrointestinal diseases such as Crohn's disease Vegetarians and vegans Pregnant and nursing women Older children who are exclusively breastfed People with sickle cell disease People who are malnourished, including those with anorexia or bulimia People with chronic kidney disease Those who abuse alcohol Symptoms of mild zinc deficiency include diarrhea, decreased immunity, hair loss, decreased appetite, mood disorders, dry skin, fertility problems and wound healing (30). Zinc deficiency is difficult to detect using laboratory tests due to the body's strict control of zinc levels. Therefore, you may still be lacking even if the tests indicate normal levels. For this reason and in particular for his great work on the production of collagen, in "Collagen Primitive" 6 mg of Zinc have been inserted, which represent 60% of the VNR (Reference Nutrient Values), which indicate the quantity of vitamins and minerals that a person should take to meet the minimum daily requirement.                             Ornithine   There are so many collagen products around but only "Collagen Primitive" contains Ornithine, which, by amplifying the overall power of the product, makes it absolutely unique. In fact, a scientific study has compared two groups of people to whom the initial degree of: Skin elasticity Transepidermal water loss (TEWL) One group was given a drink containing Collagen and Ornithine, while to the other group a placebo drink, that is without active ingredients. Obviously, neither group knew exactly what they were taking, whether collagen + ornithine or nothing, in order to increase the effectiveness of the experiment. After 2 months they re-measured the values. Skin elasticity and transepidermal water loss were significantly improved in the group that received collagen + ornintine compared to the placebo group. Furthermore, only the collagen + ornithine group showed an increase in plasma IGF-1 levels after 8 weeks of integration compared to baseline. The IGF1 hormone takes its name from the English terms insulin like growth factor, or similar insulin growth factors. It is produced by the liver and is one of the mediators of the growth hormone called GH, and therefore serves to stimulate the development of certain tissues in the human body, such as bones, muscles, skin and brain. It also controls insulin resistance, making it more difficult to contract diabetes. These results have also been confirmed by another study in which it has been proven that ornithine stimulates polyamine concentrations that are known to increase the synthesis of certain proteins and improve the epidermal barrier function of the skin. This research shows that oral administration of ornithine significantly affects the chemical composition of the skin through increases in both amino acids and polyamines after a short period of time. Ultimately "Collagen Primitive" is currently the only formulation in the world that contains Hydrolyzed Collagen boosted with:     Ornithine + Zinc + vitamin  Packaging: 300 grams of hydrolyzed Collagen (Powder)   Warning: Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Dietary supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. Keep out of reach of children under three years. Do not use in pregnancy and in children or for prolonged periods without consulting a doctor. Store in a dry place away from heat sources. Close the package after use. 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Primitive Collagen. Softer skin, anti-wrinkle, less joint pain in 30 days -15%

Primitive Collagen. Softer skin, anti-wrinkle, less joint pain in 30 days

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Collagen can keep osteoporosis away, detoxify your intestine, help you sleep, improve your skin, remove your joint pain, maintain your lean muscle mass and many other precious health/sport benefits Keep on reading to learn all the reasons why you should take collagen!   Do you remember Simmenthal canned meat? The meat was wrapped in a semi-transparent substance, gelatine, which was very good! Gelatine comes from collagen, the most abundant protein in humans and animals (about 25% of the total protein mass), representing about 6% of body weight in humans. Once cooked, the collagen decomposition into gelatine is irreversible; its long protein fibers, or tiny fibers, are broken down into small compounds of amino acids. However, the chemical composition of gelatin is very similar to its mother molecule. Collagen is found almost everywhere in the body, but is more abundant in the skin, bones, tendons and ligaments. It holds our tissues together, providing the skeleton with a robust but flexible structure and some types of collagen fibrils are, gram for gram, stronger than steel. (1) Collagen in the skin, bones, ligaments and tendons of animals, increases the reserves of human collagen, which leads to significant health benefits below. It is made almost entirely of protein (98 to 99%). Collagen is rich in vital amino acids, although it does not contain all the essential amino acids, making it an incomplete protein. The amino acids that it is provided though are particularly important for health, in particular glycine, but also other fundamental amino acids such as Proline, Glutamic acid and Lysine. (2) Collagen is Paleo! Our hunter-gatherer ancestors ate much more collagen than we do today. This is because they widely used nose-to-tail consumption, they used to cook and consume the entire animal, including skin, tendons and other gelatinous elements. We have lost the practice of consuming whole animals and gelatin-rich cuts are generally discarded, or at least underestimated, now. (Some, such as beef shank or roast, are also considered "hard" and therefore less attractive than softer and more expensive ones.) Furthermore, vegetarians do not eat many (or none) of animal products. This means that we are taking a lot less collagen than our ancestors, if not at all. 10 (+1) reasons to take collagen ... Now! Since we usually do not use the entire animal, or in some cases completely avoid the meat, we lose the many benefits of this unique food. 1. Increases skin elasticity Collagen is one of the primary structural elements of the skin. As we age, we naturally lose collagen, our skin goes limp and wrinkles come. Collagen provides glycine and proline, key elements that can help your body create enough of this important protein to improve the health and appearance of your skin. In particular, several studies have shown an improvement in skin elasticity and hydration, as well as a reduction in deep wrinkles, with the integration of collagen hydrolyzate. (3,4) A diet rich in collagen can also protect against the effects of aging sunlight, preventing wrinkles in the future. (5) Collagen also seems to induce hair growth and lead to thicker and fuller locks. (6,7) 2. Reduces cellulite and stretch marks There is no doubt that our genetics play an enormous role in the onset of cellulite and stretch marks, but the levels of collagen in our body contribute to the appearance of our skin. With the daily intake of collagen, we make sure that the levels of this substance do not decrease drastically and therefore a healthy level is maintained. The skin consequently will have a structure that will be less prone to collapse and lead to cellulite. 3. It manages inflammation Chronic inflammation is known to be the main cause of many health problems. However, some research has shown that Glycine, an amino acid found in collagen supplements (such as "Primitive Collagen"), is a great tool to reduce inflammation. 4. Improves sleep quality For every human being, sleep is crucial for its metabolic function, physics and mental health. Gelatin can help to combine sleep due to its abundance of glycine. Only a few tablespoons can provide about three grams of glycine, enough to cause measurable improvements in sleep quality. (8,9) Glycine is also an inhibitory neurotransmitter, which means that it can reduce anxiety and promote mental calm to make you sleep through the night. (10) 5. Improves the states of anxiety Everyone feels anxious once in a while, some more than others. Chronic anxiety and stress can seriously affect our daily lives. But glycine is also an inhibitory neurotransmitter, which means that it is a natural way to calm the brain and create balance.   6. Decreases joint pain The bone lives, the tissue grows and mainly includes collagen and, as already mentioned, this substance is the glue that holds our tissues together. So, it's easy to see why getting more collagen is good for bone and joint health. Research shows that gelatine can have a beneficial effect on cartilage metabolism and inhibit collagen breakdown in bones. It can be effective in the treatment of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis. (11,12,13) Its amino acids glycine and proline are anti-inflammatory and are probably responsible for research findings that find gelatin effective in reducing joint pain associated with arthritis. Lysine strengthens bones by helping the body absorb calcium and form collagen. The body cannot produce this amino acid, so it must come from the diet. Lysine has also been shown in animal studies to accelerate fracture healing. (14)   7. Appetite control If you are trying to lose weight, collagen is an excellent option because being like a protein, it makes you feel fuller longer regardless of the time of intake. 8. Improves digestion Intestinal permeability (very common for people with certain lifestyles, such as eating cereals, dairy products, legumes, alcohol, etc.) can lead to physical and mental health problems, nutritional deficiencies and anxiety. Thanks to the amino acids glycine, proline and glutamine, collagen can improve intestinal integrity and digestive strength, improving gastric acid secretion and restoring a healthy lining in the stomach. (15,16) Collagen also absorbs water and helps keep the digestive tract fluid, promoting good intestinal transit and healthy bowel movements. (17) Soups, broths rich in gelatin or supplements such as "Primitive Collagen" are key components to improve bowel function and promote healthy digestion. 9. Increase energy levels You can take collagen to increase metabolism and energy levels due to its glycine content. You can jump instead of crawling out of bed every day!   10. Longer hair and healthier nails Collagen is a central component of hair and nails and therefore having healthy levels of this substance in your body ensures healthy, long, sensual, brighter and stronger hair. Even your nails get longer and stronger because they won't break more easily. Collagen is an excellent ingredient that will ensure you live a longer and healthier life, with strong bones, longer and shinier hair, better nails and glowing skin. 11. Maintains muscle mass Glycine is the hero here again: research has found that increasing the intake of glycine, through supplementation or foods high in glycine such as gelatin, can help slow or reduce the loss of bound muscle at the age. This weakness can make some people less physically active as they get older, and can even increase the risk of falling due to reduced strength and stability or getting hurt when they train. Additional glycine can protect muscles in a variety of wasting conditions caused by serious illnesses such as cancer or very low calorie intake. (18,19) The List of the Collagen benefits continues! Research suggests that gelatin can also help in weight loss, helps control blood sugar, decreases inflammation in type 2 diabetics, improves cognitive / mental health and much more. (20,21,22,23) Are you a vegetarian? A warning ... Vegetarians often have low levels of glycine. Vegetarians and vegans do not consume as much glycine as meat eaters and we have seen how important this component of collagen is to health. Studies have shown that vegetarians and vegans have significantly higher levels of homocysteine, on average, than omnivores, putting them at significant risk of cardiovascular problems, ie exactly the opposite of what they wanted to achieve by removing meat. (25) This is probably due to nutritional deficiencies of vitamin B12 and choline, which help to control homocysteine. Some followers of the Paleo who mainly eat muscle meat and ignore the "nose-to-tail" philosophy, can therefore also be subject to a low consumption of glycine, something that in the Paleolithic did not happen because the whole animal was consumed.   "Primitive Collagen" is UNIQUE! In fact, it has been formulated together with other substances to further amplify the fire power of its numerous benefits, a series of synergistic molecules that create a unique product, completely different from all the other collagen-based products that exist on the market. So in addition to top quality hydrolyzed collagen, "Primitive Collagen" also contains: - C vitamin - Zinc - Ornithine Here because:                               C vitamin Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is fundamental for the synthesis of hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid has been advertised to accelerate recovery times and relieve painful joints. Without adequate levels of vitamin C, your body will not get the maximum benefit from foods containing hyaluronic acid. A study suggests that hyaluronic acid can help improve collagen production in the human body. Hyaluronic acid is found naturally in the body, but decreases with age, so eating foods / supplements rich in vitamin C and amino acids can increase the levels of hyaluronic acid and collagen in the body since both are important for the skin. Vitamin C is therefore fundamental precisely for the production of collagen and therefore in "Collagen Primitive" as many as 900 mg of pure ascorbic acid have been inserted, which represent as much as 1125% of VNR (Reference Nutrient Values).                                 Zinc Zinc is a nutrient that plays many vital roles in your body and for this reason, it is necessary to obtain a constant supply through the diet and / or supplements. Zinc is required for numerous processes in your body, including (1): Gene expression Enzymatic reactions Immune function Protein synthesis DNA synthesis Wound healing Growth and development Zinc is the second most abundant mineral in your body - after iron - and is present in every cell (2). Zinc is necessary for the activity of over 300 enzymes that help metabolism, digestion, nerve function and many other processes (3). Furthermore, it is essential for the development and function of immune cells (4). This mineral is also essential for skin health, DNA synthesis and protein production (5). Furthermore, the growth and development of the body depend on zinc for its role in growth and cell division (6). Zinc is also necessary for your senses. Since one of the crucial enzymes for taste and smell is dependent on this nutrient, a deficiency of zinc can reduce the ability to taste or smell (7). Zinc is essential for cell growth and division, immune function, enzymatic reactions, DNA synthesis and protein production. Research shows that zinc has numerous health benefits because it helps keep your immune system strong. Because it is necessary for immune cell function and cell signaling, a deficiency can lead to a weakened immune response. Zinc supplements stimulate particular immune cells and reduce oxidative stress. For example, a review of seven studies showed that 80-92 mg of zinc a day can reduce the length of the common cold by up to 33% (8). Furthermore, zinc supplements significantly reduce the risk of infections and promote the immune response in the elderly (9). Zinc is commonly used in hospitals as a treatment for burns, some ulcers and other skin lesions (10). Since this mineral plays a fundamental role in collagen synthesis, in immune function and in the inflammatory response, it is necessary for proper healing. In fact, your skin contains a relatively high amount - about 5% - of your body's zinc content (11). While a zinc deficiency can slow down wound healing, zinc supplementation can speed recovery in people with wounds. For example, in a 12-week study in 60 people with diabetic foot ulcers, those treated with 200 mg of zinc per day showed significant reductions in ulcer size compared to a placebo group (12). Zinc can significantly reduce the risk of age-related diseases, such as pneumonia, infection and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Zinc can relieve oxidative stress and improve the immune response by increasing the activity of T cells and natural killer cells, which help protect the body from infections (13). The elderly who supplement zinc have improved their response to influenza vaccination, reduced the risk of pneumonia and increased mental performance (14, 15, 16). In fact, one study has determined that 45 mg of zinc a day can reduce the infection rate in the elderly by almost 66% (17). In addition, in a large study of over 4,200 people, taking daily antioxidant supplements - vitamin E, vitamin C and beta-carotene - plus 80 mg of zinc reduced vision loss and significantly reduced the risk of advanced AMD (18). Acne is a very common skin disease that is estimated to affect up to 9.4% of the global population (19). Acne is driven by the obstruction of glands, bacteria and oil-producing inflammation (20). Studies suggest that both topical and oral zinc treatments can effectively treat acne by reducing inflammation, inhibiting the growth of P. acnes bacteria and suppressing oily gland activity (21). People with acne tend to have lower levels of zinc. Therefore, supplements can help reduce symptoms (22). Zinc reduces oxidative stress and reduces the levels of some inflammatory proteins in the body (23). Oxidative stress leads to chronic inflammation, a factor that contributes to a wide range of chronic diseases, such as heart disease, cancer and mental decline (24). In a study of 40 older adults, those taking 45 mg of zinc per day experienced a greater reduction in inflammatory markers than in a placebo group (25). Zinc can therefore effectively reduce inflammation, increase immune health, reduce the risk of age-related diseases, accelerate wound healing and improve acne symptoms. Although severe zinc deficiency is rare, it can occur in people with rare genetic mutations, breastfed babies whose mothers do not have enough zinc, people with alcohol dependencies and anyone who takes certain immunosuppressive drugs. Symptoms of severe zinc deficiency include reduced growth and development, delayed sexual maturity, rash, chronic diarrhea, wound healing and behavioral problems (26). Milder forms of zinc deficiency are more common, especially in children in developing countries where diets are often free of important nutrients. An estimated 2 billion people worldwide are deficient in zinc due to inadequate dietary intake (27). Because zinc deficiency damages the immune system, increasing the chances of infection, zinc deficiency is believed to cause over 450,000 deaths in children under the age of 5 each year (28). Among those at risk of zinc deficiency (29): People with gastrointestinal diseases such as Crohn's disease Vegetarians and vegans Pregnant and nursing women Older children who are exclusively breastfed People with sickle cell disease People who are malnourished, including those with anorexia or bulimia People with chronic kidney disease Those who abuse alcohol Symptoms of mild zinc deficiency include diarrhea, decreased immunity, hair loss, decreased appetite, mood disorders, dry skin, fertility problems and wound healing (30). Zinc deficiency is difficult to detect using laboratory tests due to the body's strict control of zinc levels. Therefore, you may still be lacking even if the tests indicate normal levels. For this reason and in particular for his great work on the production of collagen, in "Collagen Primitive" 6 mg of Zinc have been inserted, which represent 60% of the VNR (Reference Nutrient Values), which indicate the quantity of vitamins and minerals that a person should take to meet the minimum daily requirement.                             Ornithine   There are so many collagen products around but only "Collagen Primitive" contains Ornithine, which, by amplifying the overall power of the product, makes it absolutely unique. In fact, a scientific study has compared two groups of people to whom the initial degree of: Skin elasticity Transepidermal water loss (TEWL) One group was given a drink containing Collagen and Ornithine, while to the other group a placebo drink, that is without active ingredients. Obviously, neither group knew exactly what they were taking, whether collagen + ornithine or nothing, in order to increase the effectiveness of the experiment. After 2 months they re-measured the values. Skin elasticity and transepidermal water loss were significantly improved in the group that received collagen + ornintine compared to the placebo group. Furthermore, only the collagen + ornithine group showed an increase in plasma IGF-1 levels after 8 weeks of integration compared to baseline. The IGF1 hormone takes its name from the English terms insulin like growth factor, or similar insulin growth factors. It is produced by the liver and is one of the mediators of the growth hormone called GH, and therefore serves to stimulate the development of certain tissues in the human body, such as bones, muscles, skin and brain. It also controls insulin resistance, making it more difficult to contract diabetes. These results have also been confirmed by another study in which it has been proven that ornithine stimulates polyamine concentrations that are known to increase the synthesis of certain proteins and improve the epidermal barrier function of the skin. This research shows that oral administration of ornithine significantly affects the chemical composition of the skin through increases in both amino acids and polyamines after a short period of time. Ultimately "Collagen Primitive" is currently the only formulation in the world that contains Hydrolyzed Collagen boosted with:     Ornithine + Zinc + vitamin  Packaging: 300 grams of hydrolyzed Collagen (Powder)   Warning: Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Dietary supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. Keep out of reach of children under three years. Do not use in pregnancy and in children or for prolonged periods without consulting a doctor. Store in a dry place away from heat sources. Close the package after use. 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Vitamin A DRY, Solgar. 5000 IU, 100 cps

Vitamin A DRY, Solgar. 5000 IU, 100 cps

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LIFE IN DRY 100 tablets LYOPHYLATED VITAMIN VITA A DRY is a food supplement based on lyophilized vitamin A. Freeze-drying is a technological process that allows the elimination of water, ensuring greater stability to the formulation. Vitamin A contributes to the normal function of the immune system and contributes to the maintenance of mucous membranes and healthy skin. The mucous membranes of the respiratory tract, for example, if healthy and intact, constitute an important first line of defense against the attack of unwanted microorganisms. Vitamin A is also known for its contribution to the maintenance of normal vision: a good reference point for eye strain conditions, especially in the evening hours. KOF-K Certificate of Solgar n.K-1250. NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION Quantity per ½ tablet: INGREDIENT QUANTITY % VNR * Vitamin A (retinal palmitate) (2500 IU) which provides RE 751 mcg 94 *% VNR (Reference Nutrient Values) COMPOSITION Bulking agents: Dibasic calcium phosphate, Microcrystalline cellulose. Vitamin A (retinal palmitate). Antioxidant: Ascorbic acid. Anti-caking agents: vegetable magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide. Thickener: sodium carboxymethyl cellulose. PRESENT IN THE PRODUCT KOF-K Certificate of Solgar n.K-1250. HOW TO USE 1/2 tablet a day preferably at the meal Swallow 1/2 tablet a day, with water, preferably with a meal. Do not exceed the recommended dose. Packaged in bottles of 100 tablets. WARNING: do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of children under 3 years. The supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

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Le Regole di Tozzi - GeoPaleoDiet Show. DVD Video doppio - L'angolo delle Geo Paleo Ricette

Le Regole di Tozzi - GeoPaleoDiet Show. DVD Video doppio - L'angolo delle Geo Paleo Ricette

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“Le Regole di Tozzi” – GeoPaleoDiet Show”   DVD doppio -L'angolo delle Geo Paleo Ricette   Daniela Mascia; Chi ha detto che mangiar sano significhi cucinare cib triste e scondito? Cucinare conoscendo gli alimenti e le loro proprietà, ti fa scoprire un mondo di sapori che non  penseresti di poter ottenere senza eccedere nelle calorie o nel cibo "raffinato"! Cercherò di darvi dei suggerimenti e dei consigli alla portata di tutti...e sopratutto tante idee!                                                                          ​​​​​​​DVD 1 Regia di Carlo Berruti Dolcetto brownie Cremini freddi alle mandorle Zucchine al sugo cinghiale Bocconcini di pollo panati al cocco Torta in tazza al limone Asparagi al prosciutto Barette al cocco Pollo mango & curry Filetti di trota salmonata all'arancia Saltimbocca alla romana Torta all'arancia con gocce di cioccolato Gelato istantaneo alla pesca​​​​​​​ Marina Bruzzone; Negli anni ho approfondito il tema del legame tra alimentazione e salute. Ho provato tante diete e stili alimentari diversi prima di conoscere la Paleo, ottenendo con quest'ultima risultati ecellenti e pressochè immediati. Essendo molto golosa e anche ingegnere, mi sono appunto "ingegnata" a sperimentare e adattare ricette per dare gusto e vitalità ai miei piatti, e ora voglio condividere i  miei segreti in cucina con voi. Tranquilli, saranno facilissime!                                     DVD 2​​​​​​​   Regia di Stefano Spiti Budino al melone Carne alla piastra Pollo al curry, ananas e latte di cocco Sgombri/acciughe in salsa di pinoli, prezzemolo e olive taggiasche Biscotti alle nocciole Frappè alla banana

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Arretrato #9

Arretrato #9 "Le regole di Tozzi Magazine" + DVD Bonus (Geo Paleo Ricette)

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SOMMARIO LE REGOLE DI TOZZI #9 3 Editoriale     di Claudio Tozzi 6 Paleo Guida    PER INIZIARE 10 Autori      TUTTI GLI AUTORI DE LE REGOLE DI TOZZI 14 Come vi smantello i preconcetti      LA CARNE TRATTATA      CON ORMONI E      ANTIBIOTICI NON      ESISTE      di Gianfranco Lo Cascio 20 LA FONDAMENTALE      IMPORTANZA DELLO      SNACK      MOTORIO      di Daniele Vecchioni 26 LO STUDIO      ANTI-PALEO?      Sponsorizzato da chi produce       cereali integrali      PARTE 2 DI 2      di Claudio Tozzi 34 IL COLLAGENE E' DI      BENEFICIO A PELLE E      ARTICOLAZIONI      del Dr. Joseph Mercola 43 DOMANDE & RISPOSTE      VOI DOMANDATE, CLAUDIO TOZZI RISPONDE      a cura di Claudio Tozzi 50 Tutte le bugie      SUL RAPPORTO TRA CARNE ROSSA      E CAMBIAMENTO CLIMATICO      di Gianmarco Scioscia 54 OSTEOPOROSI      fisiologico invecchiamento o      vera e propria patologia?      di Raffaele Cicorella 61 DISTURBO DA      DEFICIT DI      ATTENZIONE E      IPERATTIVITA'      di Caterina Boraccino 68 #Noncisonostudi      #NEWS      a cura di Claudio Tozzi 76 Paleo gravidanza      ECCO IL DIARIO DI ANNA ( PARTE 3 DI 3)      di Stefano Mariani 83 Le paleo Ricette      di Daniela Mascia e Marina Bruzzone: 18 video-ricette (una completatamente inedita!)  contenute nel DVD doppio allegato alla rivista.    DVD doppio -L'angolo delle Geo Paleo Ricette   Daniela Mascia; Chi ha detto che mangiar sano significhi cucinare cib triste e scondito? Cucinare conoscendo gli alimenti e le loro proprietà, ti fa scoprire un mondo di sapori che non  penseresti di poter ottenere senza eccedere nelle calorie o nel cibo "raffinato"! Cercherò di darvi dei suggerimenti e dei consigli alla portata di tutti...e sopratutto tante idee!                                                                          ​​​​​​​DVD 1 Regia di Carlo Berruti Dolcetto brownie Cremini freddi alle mandorle Zucchine al sugo cinghiale Bocconcini di pollo panati al cocco Torta in tazza al limone Asparagi al prosciutto Barette al cocco Pollo mango & curry Filetti di trota salmonata all'arancia Saltimbocca alla romana Torta all'arancia con gocce di cioccolato Gelato istantaneo alla pesca​​​​​​​ Marina Bruzzone; Negli anni ho approfondito il tema del legame tra alimentazione e salute. Ho provato tante diete e stili alimentari diversi prima di conoscere la Paleo, ottenendo con quest'ultima risultati ecellenti e pressochè immediati. Essendo molto golosa e anche ingegnere, mi sono appunto "ingegnata" a sperimentare e adattare ricette per dare gusto e vitalità ai miei piatti, e ora voglio condividere i  miei segreti in cucina con voi. Tranquilli, saranno facilissime!                                     DVD 2​​​​​​​   Regia di Stefano Spiti Budino al melone Carne alla piastra Pollo al curry, ananas e latte di cocco Sgombri/acciughe in salsa di pinoli, prezzemolo e olive taggiasche Biscotti alle nocciole Frappè alla banana

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