Collagen Peptides is not intended to treat any specific health conditions. If you have an existing medical condition, we recommend consulting with your primary healthcare provider before using Collagen Peptides or any other dietary supplement.
So what is Collagen Peptides good for?
Studies have shown that the regular use of Collagen Peptides may help to support the health of your skin, hair, nails, and joints.
For more information about clinical studies that have been conducted with Collagen Peptides, we recommend checking out this article: Do Collagen Peptides benefit your skin, nails, and joints? Are there any clinical studies to back up these claims?
Are there any contraindications to taking Collagen Peptides?
Collagen Peptides are generally well tolerated by most individuals, but there are some health conditions, such as kidney disease, that may be contraindicated for protein supplements like Collagen Peptides.
For more information about this, we recommend checking out this post on our Naturalforce.com blog: Collagen Peptides: How Much Should I Take Per Day?
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Please note: We are not doctors, and cannot recommend whether you should or should not take any product. Dietary Supplements are useful in reducing the risk of certain diseases but are not intended to treat, diagnose, cure or alleviate the effects of diseases.
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