Nature’s Complete Joint Health

Nature's Complete Joint Health Support

Innovative Nutraceuticals from Nature

 

Why CHOOSE  kollaGen II-xs™ 

In 1995 Mr. Ahmad Alkayali the original inventor of hydrolyzed collagen type II ~ Patent # US 6025327 A.

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February 13, 2013 Certified Nutraceuticals Announced the New Issuance

U.S. Patent #8,344,106 B1 for kollaGen II-xs™ 

 

Things to Know Before You Buy Collagen Type II

Hydrolyzed VS Undenatured 

Undenatured chicken sternal collagen type II is a native form of collagen purified from raw chicken sternum cartilage without changing its original large molecular weight 300 (kDa). Undenatured active sites are recognized in the small intestine and theorized to turn off the signal that causes autoimmune deficiency, which mistakenly tells the body to attack health cartilage and chondrocyte cells.

Hydrolyzed chicken sternum cartilage is imperative for 3 reasons. The animo acid protein and amino acid sugars needs to be hydrolyzed to a molecular weight in order to be bioavailable to the bloodstream. Innovative technology and high performance liquid chromatography method of testing shows the precise dalton weight at 20-25 (kDa), and hydrolyzing below 20(kDa) will destroy the efficacy of hyaluronic acid, chondroitin, and glucosamine (mucopolysaccharides).

 

Hydrolyzed Dalton Weight Illustration & Chart Comparison 

Dalton (Da) an alternate name for the atomic mass unit. Kilodalton (kDa) is 1,000 daltons. A protein with a mass of 20 (kDa) will have a molecular weight of 20,000 grams per mole.

 

 

Caveat Emptor – Buyer Beware

Consumers! Be aware of the inferior (cheap) collagen type II products that are sold on the market today, which are sourced from “crushed chicken bone.”

Consumers! Be aware of the controlled dosage advertising! Controlled dosage is due to the fact the chicken sternum is in its raw and native state and way too large of a Dalton (molecular weight) to be assimilated through the epithelial cell tissues of the stomach lining into the bloodstream where cell and tissue repair takes place.

 

kollaGen II-xs™ Collagen Type II Health Benefits

Full Spectrum Cartilage Cell & Tissue Support

Chondrocyte Cell Health throughout the ECM

Increase Mobility, Flexibility, & Range of Motion 

Natural Occurring Mucopolysaccharides for Optimum Joint Health

Collagen Type II ~ Low Molecular Weight ~ 20 (kDa) 20,000 Daltons

Pharmaceutical Food Grade Nutrients You Can Trust

Halal Food Council S.E.A. Certification

Human Clinical Studies

No Fillers ~ No Excipients ~ Kosher Gelatin Capsules Only

 

        

 

 

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