What if someone told you that you could chew out a few years? Not with leafy greens like spinach and kale, but with gummy fruit supplements. ReserveAge does exactly that with its new Nutrition Replenish skin collagen-Revitalizing fruit chews ($ 16.99). The grown gummies is said to restore collagen that has lost due to aging.
I must admit that for the first time laughed at the idea of fruit chews that stimulate the production of collagen. However, I was curious to see if collagen dressed as candy could deliver real results against aging.
The ingredient list contains something called bioactive collagen peptides Verisol, and sincerely surprised me the FDA let them get away with something as vague. Peptides are numerous and specific – which are the active molecules that send signals to cells. When collagen starts to break down, so specific peptides to leave your skin knows that it has been damaged and needs to be replenished.
The peptides can be synthesized and are listed in topical skin care as palmitoyl pentapeptide names as-7. There is no such thing as “collagen peptides.” After sniffing around the web, I would say the key ingredient in skin nutrition Replenish collagen-Revitalizing chewable fruit is edible bovine collagen, which in a nutshell is gelatin from cows.
The collagen may come from fish (euphemistically called marine collagen), cows or even the placenta (note that this could be concern ). But in any case, companies must make clear to consumers source.
chews collagen marshmallows remind me of collagen I ran into not long ago by a company called eat beautiful that is manufactured in Japan. They are said to contain collagen peptides 3000mgs per bag. Marshmallows already been suspended, but the point is that these chews come in a long line of edible collagen -. Gummy coffee and flavored water
So these foods can actually stimulate collagen production? In reality there is no supporting evidence. I only found study , conducted in Japan, which says that taking collagen supplements had a positive effect on the skin visible. ReverseAge chews also include hyaluronic acid, but – ditto – there is no evidence that hyaluronic acid orally increases our natural levels. The most useful component is probably 60 g of vitamin C.
Three (the recommended daily dose) of these chews will give as much as a fifth of the daily amount of sugar. Personally, I prefer collagen-boosting peptides with a history in my potions and lotions.