Maximum Strength Colladeen

60-Tablets
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Stock Code: LMB1486
Vegetarian
£17.95
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Lamberts Maximum Strength Colladeen is a high potency formula containing bilberry and grapeseed extracts - two of the richest sources of anthocyanidins - helping to protect and repair the bodies natural collagen.

Few companies actually quote the anthocyanidin content of their product, instead they simply give the weight of the plant material they are using, which gives no guide as to the potency of the product in terms of anthocyanidin content. Lamberts uses extracts that concentrate these active compounds by up to 500 times their level in the original plant material.

Colladeen is one of the most potent anthocyanidin (a type of flavonoid) extracts ever produced and research has shown that a supplement providing high levels of these compounds can make a real difference in the formation of wrinkles, veins, cartilage, joints and muscles.

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body and it is the protein that forms connective fibres in tissues such as skin, ligaments, cartilage, muscles and capillaries. When collagen is damaged (by free radicals, sunlight etc) tissues can lose their strength and elasticity.

The health of collagen is greatly dependent on the nutrients in our diet such as vitamin C and research indicates that anthocyanidins play an active role in protecting the body's collagen. 

Dosage
Two max strength Colladeen capsules daily.

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