GOLD COLLAGEN DEFENCE

€ 19,39 € 19,95
  • Disponibilità: Disponibile
  • Brand: MONTEFARMACO OTC SpA
  • Codice prodotto: 974163964
  • Punti fedeltà: 38
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GOLD COLLAGEN DEFENCE

Descrizione
Integratore alimentare con una formulazione unica di 17 ingredienti attivi. È specialmente formulato per aiutare la pelle a combattere i radicali liberi per prevenire la riduzione del collagene e mantenere la pelle, unghie e capelli sani.

Ingredienti
Vitamina C (acido L-ascorbico), glucosamina cloridrato (glucosamina HCl), estratto secco di tè verde (40% EGCG, Camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze), vitamina E (alfa-tocoferolo), vitamina B3 (niacina), gluconato di zinco, ialuronato di sodio, coenzima Q10 (ubidecarenone), beta-carotene, vitamina B6 (piridossina cloridrato), vitamina A (retinil acetato), gluconato di rame, estratto di pepe nero (95% piperine - Piper nigrum L.), luteina, astaxantina (soia), L-selenio metionina, vitamina H (biotina); agenti di carica: cellulosa microcristallina, calcio fosfato; antiagglomeranti: magnesio stearato vegetale, biossido di silicio; stabilizzante: carbossimetilcellulosa sodica reticolata; agenti di rivestimento: idrossipropilmetilcellulosa, cellulosa microcristallina, acido stearico; coloranti alimentari: E171, E101, E172.2.

Senza glutine e lattosio.
Adatto a vegetariani e vegani.
Non contiene conservanti, zuccheri e dolcificanti artificiali.

Caratteristiche nutrizionali
Valori mediPer singolo flacone (50 ml)VNR*
Vitamina C80 mg100%
Glucosamina30 mg-
Estratto di tè verde20 mg-
Vitamina E (alfa-tocoferolo)10 mg83%
Vitamina B3 (niacina)10 mg63%
Zinco10 mg100%
Acido ialuronico5 mg-
Coenzima Q10 (ubidecarenone)3 mg-
Beta-carotene2 mg-
Vitamina B61,5 mg107%
Vitamina A (RE)1 mg125%
Rame1 mg100%
Estratto di pepe nero1 mg-
Luteina0,5 mg-
Astaxantina0,5 mg-
Selenio0,07 mg127%
Vitamina H (biotina)0,05 mg100%
*VNR: valori nutritivi di riferimento

Modalità d'uso
Si consiglia di assumere una compressa al giorno a stomaco pieno o secondo indicazione del medico per almeno un mese, preferibilmente per un periodo più lungo per ottenere risultati più duraturi.

Avvertenze
Non superare la dose giornaliera raccomandata. Tenere fuori dalla portata dei bambini al di sotto dei 3 anni di età. Gli integratori non vanno intesi come sostituti di una dieta variata. Consultare il medico curante prima di assumere il prodotto in caso si stiano assumendo già altri integratori alimentari o in caso di allergie alimentari, di assunzione di farmaci o se sottoposti a cure mediche. Consultare il medico se si osserva una reazione indesiderata. Consultare il medico in caso di stato di gravidanza o allattamento prima di assumere Gold Collagen Defence.

Conservazione
Conservare ad una temperatura inferiore a 30°C, lontano dalla luce diretta del sole e dal calore e proteggere dall'umidità. La data di scadenza si riferisce al prodotto conservato correttamente con la confezione integra.
Validità a confezionamento integro: 24 mesi

Formato
Confezione da 30 compresse

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