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Multi Collagen Protein Powder Pure (45 servings)

Organic Turmeric Tablets (30 Tablets)

Omega-3s Whole Body (90 Softgels)

Maybe it's time to give your joints a little more love. We bundled three joint health support favorites to include a Multi Collagen Protein which gives you support for your joints, skin, nails, and gut; Fermented Turmeric Capsules (for a healthy response to inflammation); and a powerful, omega-based support system featuring essential fatty acids from land and sea to support cardiovascular and joint health.

Finally, an Easy Way to Boost Your Collagen

  • Powered by a clinically studied fermented collagen
  • Improves appearance of crow's feet after 28 days†
  • Reduces knee stiffness in a week†
  • Promotes healthy hair thickness and growth while reducing hair breakage†
  • Contains cutting-edge, clinically studied, exclusive fermented eggshell membrane collagen for enhanced benefits missing from other collagens on the market
  • Non-GMO, grass-fed and pasture-raised, cage-free and cruelty-free sources, made without hormones
  • Created from 4 real food sources: beef, chicken, fish and eggshell membrane

This is more than just collagen. This is the collagen protein powder with clinically studied ingredients proven to deliver REAL RESULTS. While other collagen supplements available may have clinically studied ingredients in their collagen formula, ours is currently the only one that has a fermented collagen ingredient with human clinical studies behind it. Now, you can reduce collagen degradation with noticeable results in as little as 3 days† - all with five types of collagen from four food-based sources. Our collagen powder is sourced from non-GMO, grass-fed and pasture-raised, cage-free and cruelty-free sources.

Why should I be supplementing with collagen?

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body. Up to 30% of all the protein in your body is collagen protein. Up to 70% of skin, hair, nails and nearly 100% of connective tissues are made from collagen. It literally holds you together: from the hairs on your head, to every inch of your skin, to your joint comfort and mobility. It even impacts the overall health of your gut, including gut integrity.

There’s a reason that collagen supplementation, in addition to an overall healthy diet and lifestyle, is being dubbed as the new go-to in the wellness and beauty community. Many people’s collagen is breaking down at an accelerated rate… and it’s not being replaced in the standard modern diet.

    Turmeric Once Daily—Supports Healthy Joints 

    The Importance of Healthy Joints

    The body is said to have 360 joints, although it’s a count that varies due to what is defined as a joint and a person’s age. For example, some joints fuse together over time. However, it’s safe to say that there are between 200 and 400 joints in the human body.

    That means that there are hundreds of joints in the body, and you probably don’t even think about your body’s hundreds of joints—unless they’re not doing their jobs quite so well. Then not only do you think about them, but you also want to make sure they’re comfortable.

    Joints need to be working correctly, too, because they have a lot of work to do. Your joints function like hinges at the point where two bones come together, and the truth is that you wouldn’t be able to bend, twist or even turn around easily without your joints.

    Of course, bones are great for strength, but if we had only bones, then movement would be impossible. Nature solved this by dividing the skeleton into many bones and placing joints where bones meet.

    Joints, also known as articulations, are strong connections that join the bones, teeth and cartilage of the body to one another. Each joint has a specialized shape and structure controlling the range of motion between the parts that it connects.

    Healthy joints should move comfortably, but sometimes they don’t—for a variety of reasons. 

    Truth is, millions of Americans have occasional joint discomfort, and joint issues can happen to any joint in the body, but the larger, weight-bearing ones are the most common ones affected: the hips, the knees, etc. Why? They’re the ones that have a lifetime of stress put on them, and the more stress a joint is under, the more discomfort it can feel.     

    In short, joints are pretty amazing and super important to our health, well-being and movement. That’s why it’s so important to take care of them.

    Turmeric, Curcuminoids, Curcumin and Turmerones

    Turmeric, curcuminoids, curcumin and turmerones are not the same or interchangeable terms.

    Here’s why: turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a distinctive yellow spice; curcuminoids are a family of active compounds within turmeric which includes curcumin; curcumin is part of curcuminoids—a small but potent, vastly studied and important part of turmeric; turmerones are also bioactive molecules found within turmeric but haven’t been studied as much as curcumin has been.

    With that foundation, let’s get started.

    With a long track record (over 4,000 years) of health benefits, turmeric (Curcuma longa), a perennial herbaceous plant, supports overall health.

    And here’s a powerful force behind turmeric: Curcumin.

    In the 1970s, scientists found that the bright orange color in turmeric is due to its antioxidants within it via what’s called curcuminoid compounds, of which curcumin (which has been the subject of more than 2,000 published studies in the past few years alone) is believed to be the most potent.

    In short, the yellow or orange pigment of turmeric, called curcumin, is significant.

    There’s widespread interest in curcumin, the active compound found in the rhizome (underground stem) of turmeric, but turmerones and other active compounds in turmeric haven’t been as thoroughly explored.

    Besides curcumin and turmerones, there are additionally over 200 unique compounds that have already been identified in turmeric, including 109 sesquiterpenes; 68 monoterpenes; 22 diarylheptanoids; 8 phenolic compounds, 5 diterpenes; 4 sterols; 3 triterpenes and 2 alkaloids,

    You see, there’s a lot in turmeric!

    Turmerones are bioactive molecules in turmeric which can also benefit health.

    Curcumin and turmerones are not the same, but they both offer benefits.  


    Ancient Omegas Whole Body features a special combination of organic plant and wild ocean omega fatty acids.

    Whole Body combines the best of ancient wisdom with modern technology to give you the proper balance of omega-3s, 6s and 9s, along with antioxidant oils that can take your health to the next level.

    The Whole Body formulation is designed to provide your body with the building blocks it needs for supporting:

    • Healthy eye function†
    • Exercise performance†
    • A healthy response to oxidative stress†
    • A healthy immune system†   
    • And so much more…

      The Importance of Omega-3s

      Ready for a staggering statistic? An estimated 90% of Americans aren’t getting enough omega-3s. So just a small slice of the population is cashing in on the whole body support these fats provide.

      So how do we get them? Omega-3 fatty acids are known as "essential fatty acids" — meaning your body doesn't naturally produce them but does need them for overall function. That’s why getting omega-3s in your diet is crucial to your health. Even the American Heart Association advises all Americans to eat at least two 3.5-ounce servings of fatty fish per week.

      Meanwhile, many of us have an improper balance of omega fatty acids, as the standard American diet includes way too many omega-6s and omega-9s. Ideally, you should be getting about a 1:1 ratio of omega-6s to omega-3s. But the “normal” ratio of omega-6s to omega-3s for most people in the U.S.? 20:1 omega-6s to omega-3s.

       Omega-3 Benefits

      Overall, omega-3s play important roles in normal brain function, healthy growth and supporting a healthy response to inflammation.

      Typically and generally speaking, omega-3s can support the health of the:

      • Brain
      • Heart
      • Joints

      Ancient Omegas Whole Body is designed to address this shortfall. Along  with consuming more omega-3s in your diet, you can take them to get your levels back in balance.

      What Sets Ancient Omegas Whole Body Apart from the Rest?

      Ancient Omegas Whole Body is ancient nutrition for a modern world, created with:

      • Certified organic chia seed oil
      • Oil from wild-caught fish.  Features Wild Pacific Tuna Oil, Norwegian Herring Roe Oil and New Zealand Hoki Oil.  Please update:  black pepper fruit oil to black pepper essential oil

      • Sustainable fishing methods
      • Infusions of ancient botanicals like lemon peel oil and black pepper fruit oil

      Omegas in Seconds

      • 3 softgels = 1,000 milligrams of omega-3s
      • Perfect for an easy omega boost on the go

      Ancient Omegas Whole Body Goes Above & Beyond Your Typical Omega Supplement

      Ancient Omegas Whole Body includes whole food ingredients with benefits such as:

      Omega 3-s ALA, DHA and EPA support:

      • Cardiovascular health†
      • Healthy cognitive function†

      Astaxanthin, an Antioxidant, Supports:

      • Healthy aging by supporting smooth, healthy skin†
      • Healthy skin maintenance in healthy people†
      • Eye health†
      • A healthy response to oxidative stress†
      • A healthy immune system†
      • Healthy cognitive function†
      • Muscle health†
      • Less muscle fatigue during exercise†
      • Joint health†
      • Healthy eye function†
      • Exercise performance†

      Diving Deeper: 3 Major Types of Omega-3s in Ancient Omegas Whole Body

      Ancient Omegas Whole Body contains all 3 of these vital omega-3 fatty acids.

      Alpha-linolenic Acid (ALA)

      This plant-based omega-3 is found in green, leafy vegetables, flax seeds, walnuts and chia seeds. ALA is known as a short-chain omega-3, meaning your body has to convert it into longer-chained EPA and DHA to synthesize it.

      Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)

      EPA is a 20-carbon fatty acid found in oily fish, algae oil and krill oil. Your body is able to synthesize this molecule in its original form. Generally, this, along with DHA, are the omega-3s your body needs in balanced quantities to achieve the benefits they offer.


      Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)

      This 22-carbon molecule is also found in oily fish, krill oil and algae oil. Your body will convert some DHA molecules back to EPAs in order to keep them at fairly equal levels if you consume more DHA.

      Adults take 3 softgel capsules daily with 8 ounces of water or your favorite beverage.

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