Collagen is a crucial element of connective tissues, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and skin. Over time, lifestyle factors and age can cause wrinkles and soft tissue/joint discomfort. Collagen promotes connective tissue biosynthesis and supports the body’s self-repair of cartilage, tendons, and ligaments. For those with a creak in their step, collagen and hyaluronic acid supports joint lubrication, joint cushioning, and normal connective tissue inflammatory response. And we can’t forget that collagen also supports rejuvenation of healthy hair, skin, and nails.
Collagen is a huge multibillion-dollar market in the United States, and it is growing. This significant collagen demand has led to hundreds of collagen products flooding the market, but not all are alike. It is not all about high dose of collagen peptides. Short-chain versus long-chain peptides and molecular weight are a couple things to consider as well as excess oxalate production from high dose products.
Join Jeff Robins, RPh and Claire Kacena, DC as they discuss the following during the webinar:
Jeff has been a compounding pharmacist for 25 years and likes to speak of himself as the pharmacist who dislikes drugs. Jeff owned the remarkably successful Essential Wellness Pharmacy where he grew the annual sales of supplements to over $1.1 million. Jeff is an Advanced Fellow with the American College of Anti-Aging and Functional Medicine through the University of Southern Florida and he is the owner of Summit Functional Consulting. He is passionate about educating people and giving them a chance to make informed decisions about their health and healthcare.
Claire Kacena, DC is the MSK Solutions Clinical Brand Manager at Lifestyle Matrix Resource Center and a board-certified chiropractor. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from Loyola University Chicago in 2010 and her Doctor of Chiropractic from National University of Health Sciences in 2015. While in practice, Dr. Claire held a strong focus on combining the physical elements of chiropractic care with targeted nutritional support. She firmly believes that you must address both aspects to properly heal a patient.
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