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Healthy Aging Bioactives

Beneficial bioactive ingredients that support healthy aging.

Healthy Aging Ingredient Solutions

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Collameta™        

Key Nutrients: 

  • Collagen tripeptides, Gly-X-Y

Product Focus:

A marine-based 50% tripeptide collagen that provides superior absorption, lower dose requirements and improved efficacy.

Key Benefits:

  • Small molecular weight of ~300 Da allows it to be absorbed directly into the bloodstream 4x faster.5
  • Effectively triggers the body to synthesize collagens the human body needs to support skin, bone and joints.6
  • Requires 1/10 of a traditional collagen peptide dose, 500mg – 1gm/day, with 10x the efficacy.

Applications:

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Salibra®   

 Key Nutrients: 

  • Lactoferrin
  • Immunoglobulins
  • Phosphatidylserine
  • Phosphatidylcholine
  • Protein

Product Focus:

A bioactive-rich whey protein concentrate that supports immune, cognitive, and muscle health.

Key Benefits:

  • Rich in lactoferrin, an iron binding glycoprotein, has been shown to play a key role in innate immunity and bone health.7
  • Rich in immunoglobulins, have been shown to provide immunological protection against microbial pathogens.8
  • Rich in the phospholipids phosphatidylserine and phosphatidylcholine which play a critical role in cognitive function.9
  • Fast absorbing, high-quality protein source that contains all nine essential amino acids the body needs.

Applications:

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TruCal®        

Key Nutrients: 

  • Calcium
  • Phosphorus
  • Magnesium
  • Potassium
  • Zinc
  • Copper

Product Focus:

A balanced milk mineral complex for bone health support.

Key Benefits:

  • Scientifically shown to help improve bone density and strength.10
  • The minerals are sourced directly from cow’s milk, delivering them in ratios similar to the composition of bone, supporting the growth and maintenance of the bone structure.

Applications:

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PepForm® Leucine & BCAA’s   

Key Nutrients: 

  • Leucine
  • Isoleucine
  • Valine

Product Focus:

Soluble leucine and BCAA’s to support muscle protein synthesis.

Key Benefits:

  • Peptides are more readily absorbed and have shown 70-80% higher absorption of amino acids compared to free form amino acids.11,12
  • BCAAs have been shown to stimulate muscle protein syntehsis.13
  • Leucine has been shown to support improvements in body composition, strength and physical function.14

Applications:

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