I wanted to know if you have a product that provides elastin and collagen for the joints.
A/ We do not have any product that provides collagen directly, instead we have products with nutrients that help increase the natural production of collagen in the body. Below we summarize the nutrients that could be useful for that purpose.
It is believed that the substances called anthocyanidins (powerful antioxidants belonging to the family of flavonoids, vegetable chemicals) help to increase the amount of vitamin C in your body, as well as to strengthen collagen. They can also increase the production of elastin, a substance that gives the skin its elasticity. The anthocyanidins are found in the skin of dark fruits and with varied colors such as: blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and red grapes. Flavonoids are the pigments that give these fruits their distinctive color. Another way to consume them is in the form of a nutritional supplement.
Silicon, although found only in minute quantities in the body, is necessary for cell growth and is present in almost all structurally strong tissues such as arteries, tendons, trachea, connective tissue, hair, cornea and nails. Good dietary sources of silicon are cereals such as oats, barley and rice, but refining processes can eliminate much of this mineral away. Silicon contributes to the structure and elasticity of the connective tissue and seems to play an important role in bone synthesis and cartilage collagen.
I have seen that in the ingredients of Silica Complete is methylsulfonimethane and I would like to know if it is derived from sulfamide because I am allergic.
R/ Is not the same. Sulfamide is an antibiotic and methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is an organic sulfur compound also known as methylsulfone or dimethylsulfone. MSM is a chemical that is present in plants, animals and humans. It can also be made in the laboratory.
Is our Silica from organic bamboo?
R/ Organic silica is the one that comes from a plant source and therefore the Silica that comes from bamboo is organic and bioavailable. This last feature is what counts when assessing their readiness to achieve results