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Thorne aims to deliver personalized, scientific wellness via supplements that can have an impact on longevity and create happier and healthier lives. Each supplement that Thorne formulates is derived from extensive clinical research that substantiates the presence of each ingredient in each formula. Thorne has world class scientific collaborations with research organizations such as the Mayo Clinic & John Hopkins University.
What is Collagen?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body. It’s the structural component that makes up connective tissues, like tendons and cartilage and it plays an important role in our bones, hair, skin and nails.
What impacts your Collagen levels?
As we age, collagen levels decrease. Outside of aging, three main factors contribute to lower collagen levels: sunlight, smoking, and sugar.
What does the MitoHeal ingredient in Collagen Plus do?
MitoHeal is Thorne's patented polyphenol blend of red and black currants that has been clinically studied for its ability to support skin health and reduce visible signs of skin aging.
What does the HydroPeach ingredient in Collagen Plus do?
Thorne's HydroPeach addresses skin dryness and aging by supplying ceramides – lipid molecules that help maintain the water balance of the skin. HydroPeach has been clinically studied to increase the skin’s natural production of ceramides.
What is NAD+?
As we age, our production of NAD+, the cornerstone for maintaining optimal cellular repair, begins to decline, which can contribute to visible signs of aging. Nicotinamide Riboside, an ingredient in Collagen Plus, efficiently stimulates NAD+ production, which in turn promotes various aspects of healthy aging.
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Is Collagen FDA approved?