***NEW SIZE*** You shared, we listened! Our Marine Collagen now comes in 18 oz. packages (compared to the previous 11 oz. package). If you do the math, this means you get more collagen for less!

AGE BEAUTIFULLY: OXNUTRITION Type I Marine Collagen is best known for it’s unmatched advantages and provides the basis for: 

Radiant skin 
Healthy bones 
Strong joints & connective tissue 

PURE FROM START TO FINISH: Made exclusively from fish scales and sourced from the deep, clean waters of the South Pacific Ocean. 
OX Marine Collagen provides the nutritional building blocks you need to live a healthy and active lifestyle. Reported in numerous research findings, beneficial effects of collagen peptides include: 

Joint health
Weight management
Protein enrichment
Performance nutrition 

After the age of 25, we lose 1.5% of our collagen every year. In order to retain youthful vitality and overall healthy aging support, it is important to incorporate collagen into your daily routine and is a key component in renewing cells throughout the entire body. Because of it’s low molecular weight, marine collagen peptides are absorbed into the bloodstream at higher levels than other types of collagen.

Benefits from taking collagen are typically seen after using for 30-60 days at recommended daily dose.

We DO NOT use skins or scales from farm raised fish. This means that there is no trace of antibiotics or hormones in our collagen. Our marine collagen is transparently and sustainably produced in a cGMP facility. It is also made with a pure, single ingredient: wild caught, hydrolyzed fish.

HOW TO USE: Add 1-2 scoops to your favorite beverage or recipe, warm liquids will be easier to mix than cold.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult your physician before use.

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