We are introducing this week a new liquid collagen supplement with liposomal delivery. The new Codeage Nanofood Trim & Glow offers a liposomal liquid collagen with CLA, hyaluronic acid, and micellar technology. This hydrolyzed collagen formula comes in two different flavors: chocolate and vanilla.
Most of us are familiar with collagen supplements delivered in both powder or capsules formats. Codeage offers today a large selection of collagen formulas that comes in different versions to best fit the needs and wishes of different people. Today, we are enlarging our offering with a liquid solution with a unique conjugated linoleic acid ingredient, whey protein, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin E.
What is CLA or conjugated linoleic acid?
Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is a type of fatty acid that can be found in dairy products or beef for example. Linoleic acid is known as the most frequent omega-6 fatty acid. We can also find linoleic acid in important amounts in certain types of oils.
Liquid Collagen with TriCollagen™
TriCollagen™ is a unique and trademarked blend of collagen that provides collagen of types 1, 2, and 3 all-in-one. Collagen is known as the most abundant protein in the human body, and may play a role in supporting our tissues, bones, skin, and muscles among other properties. As we age, our bodies may produce less collagen over time.
Whey protein is a type of protein that is derived from milk. It is one of the most popular protein supplements.
Whey protein is usually seen as a complete protein, meaning that it contains all of the essential amino acids. Whey protein also has usually a high concentration of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), which may play a role for muscle support and satiety.
The micellar technology used in Codeage Nanofood Trim & Glow provides a single layer liposome as a vehicle for a more modern technology to delivery specific types of nutrients. Liposomes are usually composed of a lipid bilayer (two layers) which use this separations to encapsulate nutrients or ingredients. Micelles on the other end are closed lipid monolayers (meaning with just one layer) and composed with a fatty acid core and a polar surface. Inverted micelle are the opposite when they are composed of a polar core with fatty acids on the surface. The main difference is that they contain 1 layer rather than the usual 2.
Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found in the body. It is present in large amounts in the skin, and helps to keep it hydrated. Hyaluronic acid can also be found in other tissues, including the joints and eyes. It plays a role in wound healing, and helps to maintain the shape of the eye.
Hyaluronic acid is a large molecule, and is too big to be absorbed into the skin. However, it can bind to water, and help to keep the skin hydrated. It is often used in skincare products, as it can help to reduce wrinkles and make the skin look younger.
Hyaluronic acid is also used in joint health supplements, as it can help to lubricate the joints and reduce inflammation. It is also sometimes injected into the joints of people with arthritis, to help relieve pain.
Vitamin E is considered to be an essential vitamin that may play a role as an antioxidant to help support cells and circulation. We can find vitamin E is many of the foods we eat including certain oils, seeds, and nuts.
Nanofood Trim & Glow Liquid Collagen
Codeage Nanofood Trim & Glow liquid collagen comes in two different flavors: chocolate and French vanilla.
This liquid hyaluronic acid + CLA advanced liposomal formula supplement with 3 types of collagen features non-GMO sunflower oil phospholipids containing phosphatidylcholine and oleic acid from olive oil extract. This collagen liquid formula offers an innovative liposomal blend with water-loving and oil-loving micellar properties.
The Codeage team is excited to introduce these two new hydrolyzed collagen products in a liquid format with a different set of ingredients and a liquid delivery for those who prefer to experience their collagen in this format.