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      Joint pain and arthritis are conditions that a significant majority of the population will face in their lifetime. The pain is usually attributed to inflammation and poor joint health due to malnutrition.

      Collagen can help to support the strength and flexibility of the tendons and ligaments and aid recovery after exertion alongside vitamin C; the benefits of collagen might be even further heightened.

      Collagen is a protein that plays a significant role in building the body’s structures. When it comes to muscles, ligaments and tendons, collagen provides elasticity, which allows the tissues to stretch.

      Vitamin C plays several important roles throughout the body, many of which relate to cell protection, growth and reparation. In addition, it is a vital vitamin for the formation of collagen. Enzymes that are dependent on vitamin C work to combine glycine and proline to trigger the body’s initial phase of collagen production. That is why vitamin C and collagen together can ensure maximum benefits.

      One of the main benefits of collagen and vitamin C is to help those suffering from regular joint complaints and pain by stopping the symptoms from worsening and becoming a lifelong medical issue.

      It strengthens cartilage as collagen is a crucial component of articular cartilage, the tissues at the ends of bones and joints that allow them to move smoothly against each other.

      Ideal For:

      • Individuals suffering from joint pain related to age, immune disorders, or poor health
      • Individuals looking for additional pain relief in conjunction with their traditional medical therapies as advised by their physician

      IV Therapy is a way to get the nutrients you lack into the bloodstream. IVs are excellent at boosting energy, detoxifying your body, balancing your immune system, and reversing the aging process.

      Book your home appointment now.

      Cost of IV $85.00 + $5.00 transportation fee.

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