Advanced Connective Tissue Formula

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Advanced Connective Tissue Formula

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14oz-Approx. 30 servings

Advanced Connective Tissue Formula is a rich source of nature's moisturizer, Hyaluronic AcidAdvanced Connective Tissue Formula is fortified with four water-soluble vitamins that are important to the cycle of collagen production and protein metabolism; vitamin C, vitamin B12, folic acid and biotin.* Vitamin C is a cofactor in the Vitamin C-dependant collagen synthesis process.*

  • Vitamin C initiates a cascade of events that’s vital to entangle peptides into fibrils so they can be arranged into collagen fibers*. The tissues of the body store less than a one-month supply of vitamin C therefore a deficiency can impact collagen production.*
  • Biotin also called Vitamin H or Coenzyme R is one of the B-vitamin family and plays a role in the metabolism of amino acids, energy metabolism and the production of various enzymes.* Biotin helps strengthen hair and nails.*
  • Vitamin B12 is involved in fat and protein metabolism, energy production, nerve function, regulation of red blood cells and DNA synthesis.* Vitamin B-12 plays a role in the synthesis of collagen and inadequate vitamin B levels have been shown to decrease collagen formation and a deficiency may also contribute to decreased bone mineral density.*(1, 2)
  • Folic Acid also known as Vitamin B9, folate or folacin works with vitamin B12 in several processes in the body.* Folic acid is important to cellular division and a deficiency is associated with cells that can't divide properly.* Follic Acid contributes to bone health, the production and maintenance of new cells (such as red blood cells), RNA and DNA.*
  1. Approximately 10-30% of older people may be unable to absorb naturally occurring B12 from foods, so consuming B12-fortified foods or B12 supplements may be required to meet the recommended intake for those over 50 years old.*
  2. (2 )Low Plasma Vitamin B12 Is Associated With Lower BMD: The Framingham Osteoporosis Study JOURNAL OF BONE AND MINERAL RESEARCH Volume 20, Number 1, 2005 Published online on October 25, 2004; doi: 10.1359/JBMR.041018
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