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This unique Science-led, evidence-based formulation contains 2 Bioactive Collagen Peptides® that help optimse your recovery and performance!
Active Collagen contributes to the maintenance of ligaments & tendons, soft tissue repair, and protein synthesis. Every batch of this product is tested for banned substances under the Informed Sport programme. Products undergo rigorous testing using ISO 17025 accredited methods to provide the highest level of assurance for athletes.
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Science-led | Performance-driven
As a highly sort after authority on Exercise Physiology and Exercise Performance, Professor Greg Whyte OBE is passionate about bringing evidence-based science to the formulation of all U Perform products.
"U Perform is targeted at optimising your nutrition, optimising your performance & more importantly optimising your quality of life." - Professor Greg Whyte OBE PhD DSc FBASES FACSM
Active Collagen is a great example of our science-led, performance-driven approach.
"Using our vast experience in human physiology and sports performance, we wanted to create the best collagen product available at the lowest price, ensuring that you get visible results, which meant using bovine Bioactive Collagen Peptides® in a great tasting gel for optimum absorption." - James Greenwell
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