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One question we often get is just how to take your collagen supplement. While you can add it to water or foods, some people find themselves forgetting, and with a busy life running around everyday, we completely understand!
That got us thinking.
What’s one thing most people can’t go without in the morning? In fact, some people won’t utter a word until they’ve had this morning drink and if you have yet to figure out, then you probably aren’t a coffee drinker.
Adding collagen to your coffee in the mornings is definitely a good idea and here’s just a few reasons why.
Coffee has gotten a bad rep, but did you know that organic coffee is actually high in antioxidants that can reduce your risk of cancer? Coffee also helps to speed up your metabolism and is great to sip on before a workout.
To really take your coffee to the next level, though, all you need to do is add in a sachet of our plain Marine Collagen Sachets for a truly great start to every morning.
You won’t even know it’s there, but it will flood your body with healthy proteins to repair your muscles, rejuvenate and tighten your skin and strengthen your hair and nails. You’ll never look at your coffee the same way again!
By adding our marine collagen to your coffee you can be sure you’ll never skip a day, because it’s not likely you’re going to forget your morning cup of coffee! Just be sure to keep your ProPlenish marine collagen sachets right alongside your coffee or coffee machine, and if you go out for coffee, be sure to keep some of our convenient sachets in your bag.
Another question we get asked often is if our collagen will interact with other vitamins and medications and the answer is no.
ProPlenish Marine Collagen is 100% natural and will not effect or conflict with any other medications you may be taking. However, if you are concerned about taking ProPlenish Marine Collagen in conjunction with prescription medications or are just unsure in any way, it is advised that you speak with your Doctor.
We hope this answers any questions you may have had and if not, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org