You 2.0 supplements

Collagen

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Why do we need it?
Collagen is a major component of the connective tissues that compose several parts of the body, including tendons, ligaments, skin, and muscles. Collagen is a necessary component for all of us who are facing the process of natural aging. This protein of our body is important in strengthening the skin, plus may have benefit for its elasticity and hydration. As we age, our body produces less collagen, which leads to dryness of the skin and formation of wrinkles starts. Some studies have shown that taking collagen supplements may help to improve the symptoms of osteoarthritis and reduce overall joint pain. One of the most important benefit of hydrolyzed collagen is that it has been broken down before, making it easier for our body to absorb.
Collagen is being synthesized in the human body and is one of the most important proteins. The amount of collagen production in the body decreases as we get older. Collagen has a big role in a lot of other parts of body as well. Consuming of this product may have a variety of benefits for our health, from relieving joint pain to improving skin health.
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Fibers

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Why do we need it?
One of the most important parts of plant food are fibers. Fibers are usually not digested by digestive enzymes in our body, so they pass unchanged through the digestive tract. For this reason, these food particles are often referred to as the "body broom", which helps to eliminate unnecessary and residual products in the digestive system. In order to maintain an optimal microflora of the body and avoid intestinal problems as metabolic syndrome and other disorders of the body, at least 25-30 g of fiber should be consumed each day.
The benefits of fibers have been repeatedly proven reliable in science and practice. Fibers promote natural intestinal peristalsis, soften and increase intestinal contents, which accelerates bowel movements and cleanses the body from the excess of food and undigested food residues. Furthermore, this substance helps to maintain healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood and slows down the absorption of fat, which makes us feel fuller for longer time (useful for losing weight or maintaining optimal body weight). Fibers also have a positive effect on the human immune system and help to ensure overall efficient functioning of the body.
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Almond butter

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Why do we need it?
Almond butter/cream is a good source of healthy monounsaturated fat that our bodies require. These fats are associated with lowering the risk of heart disease. Studies show that those who eat nuts (or nut butters/creams!) regularly, do not tend to gain weight despite relatively high intake of calories. Perhaps stable blood sugar and a diet based on proteins rather than carbs is the reason.
Almond butter/cream is a source of vegetable protein. 2 tablespoons of nut butter contain about 7 grams of protein, which is the main building block of the muscle. Nut butter is rich in amino acids, which allows to provide oxygen and nutrients to the muscles. Almonds are an excellent source of vitamin E, which has antioxidant properties, slows down the aging process and promotes tissue regeneration.
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Omega 3

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Why do we need it?
Omega-polyunsaturated fatty acids are essential for our body to produce various biologically active compounds. Unfortunately, our body cannot make Omega by itself, so it is important to get it from the food. Omega 3 is also called "Good Fat". Omega-3 can improve the strength of the bones by boosting the amount of calcium inside them.
Fish-derived omega-3 eicosapentaenoic (EPR) and docosahexaenoic (DHA) fatty acids lower the level of plasma triglycerides, help to maintain normal blood pressure and normal heart function. Omega-3 fatty acids are structural components of cells in the central nervous system. DHA is a fatty acid that is necessary for normal function of brain and vision. Omega-3 can improve the strength of the bones by boosting the amount of calcium inside them.
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Glucosamine

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Why do we need it?
Glucosamine is a natural sugar found in cartilage. It can be harvested from the shells of shellfish (e.g., shrimp, lobster) or produced synthetically in a laboratory. Glucosamine helps to decrease the pain related to osteoarthritis and to slow down the process of wearing of cartilage in humans. MSM or methylsulfonylmethane is an organic sulfur compound that is often recommended for joint problems as well as glucosamine. In addition, sulfur also participates in the synthesis of collagen and keratin. These substances are necessary to ensure strong and healthy hair, skin and nails.
Glucosamine is frequently used to both treat and prevent joint disorders, such as osteoarthritis. Multiple studies indicate that daily supplementing with glucosamine sulfate may offer effective, long-term treatment for osteoarthritis by providing a significant reduction in pain, maintenance of joint space and overall slowing of disease progression. This food supplement is especially recommended for the elderly as well as for the athletes that are struggling with injuries.
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YOU 2.0 bites

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Why do we need it?
Chocolate bites are a great choice when you want something sweet, but also healthy and these days happen to all of us. But this is not the only reason they are advantageous to choose. You 2.0 bites are rich in polyphenols, fibers and proteins. People fear carbohydrates, but we want to emphasize that there is no added sugar in our bite and the sweetness as well as those frightening carbs come from the dark chocolate. You 2.0 bites even contain approximately 24 % cocoa powder.
This delicacy is created for everyone’s taste. It is a great source of energy due to the protein it contains. It is probably not a secret that dark chocolate may also improve the function of brain. Furthermore, the fibers it contains improve the functioning of the intestines and cleanse it. And, of course, we should not forget the polyphenols, which fight free radicals in the body.
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