Collagen for Your Bones

The NIH Says YES!
The National Institutes of Health reports that your bones need both calcium and collagen. Collagen serves as the “binding sites” for calcium. Collagen gives your bones the pliability they need to withstand physical stress. But unlike calcium, you cannot “eat” collagen to gain the benefits. Collagen is a protein that your body simply breaks down and uses as food. The key is stimulating the osteoblasts that generate collagen. In clinical trials, BioSil® increased bone collagen formation 15% and increased BMD 2.00% at the critical hip region over and above what calcium and Vitamin D alone could do after 1 year.

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