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Living Recovery

RECOVERS & STRENGTHENS NATURALLY

Silica is an essential nutrient, vital for growth and repair. It’s especially beneficial for athletes, as it works with calcium and magnesium in the body to enhance flexibility, strength, and tissue regeneration. As we age, the silica levels in our bodies decline, leading to bone weakening. Silica can help boost collagen production, speed up joint recovery (cartilage, ligament and tendon), and improve bone elasticity and strength.

BOOSTS AND REGENERATES the natural synthesis of biomolecules that make up bones, muscles, joints, cartilage, tendons, and ligaments.

ACCELERATES RECOVERY immediately after intense workouts.

ADVANCED DELIVERY SYSTEMS. We only offer scientifically proven bioavailable silica. Science is not myth, we want strong evidence, and proof to believe. This ensures that every product we offer will provide optimal utilization in the body and deliver the health benefits consumers are seeking.

After depleting your energy stores with exercise, you need to refuel if you expect your body to recover, repair tissues, get stronger, and be ready for the next challenge. 

Living Silica® RECOVERY

Athletes also benefit immensely from SILICA recovery-boosting properties.

REFERENCES

  • Sripanyakorn S. et al., The comparative absorption of silicon from different foods and food supplements. Br J Nutr. 2009 Sep;102(6):825-834

  • Allain, P, Cailleux, A, Mauras, Y, et al. (1983) Digestive absorption of silicon after a single administration in man in the form of methylsilanetriol salicylate (in French). Therapie 38, 171–174.

  • Jugdaohsingh, R, Anderson, SH, Tucker, KL, et al. (2002) Dietary silicon intake and absorption. Am J Clin Nutr 75, 887–893

  • Calomme, MR, Cos, P, D’Haese, PC, et al. (1998) Absorption of silicon in healthy subjects. In Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine, pp.228–232 [Collery, P, Brätter, P, Negretti de Brätter, V, Khassanova, L and Etienne, J-C, editors]. Paris: John Libbey Eurotext.

  • Van Dyck, K, Van Cauwenbergh, R, Robberecht, H, et al. (1999) Bioavailability of silicon from food and food supplements. Fresenius J Anal Chem 363, 541–544

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