Have you heard the news? 4Life just launched a new product: 4Life Transfer Factor Collagen Type l. Here’s the inside scoop on 4Life’s latest science breakthrough.
A: Collagen is a protein your body makes naturally. It’s like the “glue” that holds your body together. Collagen supports your muscles, joints, hair, skin, nails, and healthy aging. So, you could say that collagen is pretty important to your body!
A: While your body does produce collagen, that collagen production decreases as you age. Additionally, the collagen your body produces becomes less effective over time due to changes in its structure. This new product is not replacing anything your body does naturally, it’s just giving your body’s collagen production a boost!*
A: Our original collagen product, 4Life Transfer Factor Collagen, has a great flavor (strawberry mango) and features five different types of collagen. This new product, instead, doubles down on one kind of collagen: Type l. Your body makes more Type l Collagen than any other type. Type l Collagen in your body is an important part of your bones, skin, blood vessel walls, corneas, and connective tissues.
A: 4Life Transfer Factor Collagen Type l (flavorless) supports your body inside and out, and you may experience results in as few as 4 weeks!1 Here’s how it works:
A: For starters, we are The Immune System Company™. But this ingredient goes so much deeper than that. Collagen strengthens your skin, right? You may not think of your skin as part of your immune system, but in addition to being your largest organ, your skin is one of your body’s first lines of defense against health threats. So, skin health is so much more than, well, skin deep. That’s why you also get a nice immune system boost when you take this product.*
A: This product comes in convenient powder packets that make it easy to take on-the-go. Plus, it’s flavorless, so you can add it to pretty much anything. 4Life Transfer Factor Collagen Type I is versatile, and it can support your body from the inside out.*
References** 1. Lauer, A.C., Growth, N., Haag, S.F., Darvin, M.E., Lademann, J., & Meinke, M.C. (2013). Dose dependent vitamin C uptake and radical scavenging activity in human skin measured with in vivo electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy. Skin Pharmacol Physiol, 26(3), 147-154. DOI:10.1159/000350833
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