Beauty Cocktail Collagen Powder + Natural Berry Hydration Powder by, Dr. Nigma Talib, ND Naturopathic Doctor
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Beauty Cocktail Collagen Powder + Natural Berry Hydration Powder
Beauty bartender! Can I order a cocktail that actively supports my health, instead of making me feel like a dried raisin? Dr. Nigma’s Beauty Cocktail might not get you buzzed , but when you start nourishing your body with Dr. Nigma’s powerful recipe of vital nutrients including electrolytes, branched-chain amino acids, probiotics and more, you might just feel “high on life” and ready for your next girl's night out.
This berry-flavored drink mix supports feelings of collagen production, may protect against inflammation and scarring, and doubles as an immunity supporter with its content of polyphenols, carotenoids, and vitamin C. Dr. Nigma prioritizes bioavailability with her formulations, so you can shake (or stir) this cocktail with confidence, knowing that your body is about to soak up a shot of pure hydration goodness.
Servings per pouch: 30
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Potassium, sodium, Chloride, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, Naticol Marine Collagen, CoQ 10, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Billberry, Lactobacillus, Turmeric Root, Hyaluronic Acid, Organic Lucuma Powder, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Calcium, Iodine, Chromium
Other ingredients: natural flavoring, citric acid, red beet powder (for color), stevia.
Mix 2 scoops with 16 oz of cool water and drink one serving daily. Can also be added to a smoothie or as directed by your healthcare provider. Do not heat or use hot liquids.
Naticol [R] is the highest quality and researched fish collagen peptide. It's produced from sustainably sourced fish skins through a unique enzymatic hydrolysis process.
Dr. Nigma Talib, is a Naturopathic Doctor based in Los Angeles, California. She is an author of a best selling book “reverse the signs of ageing” and “ younger skin starts in the gut”. Dr. Nigma has been awarded by the Princeton Global Professional and Business Leaders in recognition of her work as "a pioneer and leader to the Naturopathic medical profession and to have provided immeasurable contributions to healthcare." She gives the public the knowledge to enable them to help correct their own health issues through the application of cutting edge dietary, supplemental and functional laboratory testing guidance. Her goal is that by educating the public and the wellness world about the root cause of illness where modification of genetic expression is possible to allow for optimal health and well-being versus is a one size fits all model.
Marine collagen is considered a superior source of collagen for many reasons. It comes from a cleaner source, the skin and scales of fish, raised in open bodies of water, while bovine collagen comes from cow hides raised on feedlots. Many times the conditions in which cows are raised are not ideal and can be down right dirty. Feedlots are famous for their contaminated living conditions which results in polluted feed and cows being heavily treated with antibiotics which can result in slaughterhouse diseases. Yuck. It’s also heavier on the environment too.
Marine collagen is considered to be a superior source of collagen because it’s the most bioavailable of all the collagen types. What does that mean? Marine sourced collagen has the advantage over animal sources because it has a lower molecular weight which translates into greater absorption and efficacy (which is one of the many reasons why it carries a higher price tag). It also has the advantage of having a neutral taste, whereas bovine collagen carries a gamey flavor which can be tough to choke down.
Even bovine collagen that comes from grass-fed sources has a dubious environmental impact. Many forests have been cleared to raise grass-fed cows in South America and beyond. Economically, it's simply a much cheaper source of collagen, it’s not as bioavailable to the human body, carries a heavier environmental impact and is simply an inferior source.
Marine collagen is considered a premium source of collagen peptides. Why? Science is showing it's more bioavailable to the human body because of it's lower meleccular weight (it has a smaller particle size), which make it more absorbable and has greater efficacy in the human body. Collagen that comes from bovine (cow) or porcine (pig) sources is less than half the price and carries a higher molecular weight, which makes it not as bioavailable to the human body.
Because the world is facing ever increasing challenges when it comes to finding environmentally friendly sources of collagen due to climate change and ever changing dietary and lifestyle choices of humans, there is a need for alternative sources of collagen.
Though more expensive, marine collagen is considered by many to be an environmentally sustainable source of collagen, as the majority of it comes from discarded fish waste or skin that is rich in Type I collagen. The same holds true for bovine collagen production. However, when you compare the environmental impact of the two, marine collagen comes out on top. Marine collagen produces far less greenhouse gas emission than bovine.
Collagen is a complex protein made up of long-chain amino acids that makes up the mechanical properties, structure and function of cartilage, tendons and epidermis.
Right behind water, collagen is the most abundant building block in the human body. And the largest structural protein. By the age of 25 it starts to break down due to natural aging and UV light. It shows up as the loss of elasticity and reduced cell turnover.
Marine collagen contains 19 out of the 20 amino acids our bodies use on a daily basis in particular our skin and hair rely upon.
Why collagen powder and not protein powder? Collagen powder contains specific amino acids that are great for rebuilding and synthesizing collagen. This includes the amino acids that are essential for your skin including, hydroxyproline (which is almost only found in collagen), arginine, histidine, methionine, lysine, proline, leucine and glycine. Collagen derived from Pangasius and Tilapia fish contain more of the amino acids, proline, glycine, and hydroxyproline.
Q: Is this product produced in an allergen free facility?
A: This product is produced in a facility that also uses milk, soy, wheat, peanut, tree nut, egg, shell fish, and fish ingredients.
Q: What is the marine collagen sourced from?
A: It’s produced from sustainably sourced fish skins through a unique enzymatic hydrolysis process.
We love this collagen product so much we featured it in our Guide to the Best Collagen Products. https://www.organicauthority.com/energetic-health/your-complete-guide-to-the-best-collagen-supplements
Dr. Nigma has been awarded by the Princeton Global Professional and Business Leaders in recognition of her work as "a pioneer and leader to the Naturopathic medical profession and to have provided immeasurable contributions to healthcare."