Rebuild

Gelenknährstoff-Matrix

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Das REBUILD ist ein wissenschaftlicher Nährstoffkomplex bestehend aus patentierten Rohstoffen zur Unterstützung der normalen Funktion von Knochen und Knorpeln.
  • Trägt zu einer normalen Kollagenbildung für eine normale Funktion der Knochen bei
  • Trägt zu einer normalen Kollagenbildung für eine normale Knorpelfunktion bei
  • Patentierte Inhaltsstoffe und synergetische Dosierungen
  • Hergestellt in Deutschland
35,99 €
Enthält 318 g
113,18 € / kg inkl. MwSt. zzgl. Versand
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Nährwerte & Zutaten
Durchschnittlicher Gehalt Pro 100 g Pro Portion¹ (10,6 g) %NRV²
Kollagenhydrolysat 94,3 g 10 g **
-davon Tendoforte® 47,2g 5g **
-davon Fortigel® 47,2g 5g **
Methylsulfonylmethan (MSM) 4,72g 500mg **
Vitamin C* 750mg 80,0mg 100

¹Ergibt 30 Portionen pro Verpackung
²Prozent der empfohlenen täglichen Verzehrmenge laut Verordnung (EU) Nr. 1169/2011
**Keine Nährstoffbezugswerte (NRV) vorhanden

Zutaten
Kollagenhydrolysat vom Rind (Tendoforte®, Fortigel®), Methylsulfonylmethan, Calciumascorbat

Spuren von Milch, Soja, Ei, Schalenfrüchten, Fisch, Lupine und Gluten können nicht ausgeschlossen werden.

Verzehrempfehlung

Täglich 1 gehäuften Messlöffel (10,6 g) in 200 ml Wasser oder eine Flüssigkeit deiner Wahl einrühren und verzehren. Das REBUILD kann mit jeglichen anderen Nahrungsergänzungsmitteln in flüssiger Form kombiniert werden. Beispielsweise mit unserem MILON PRO, ISO WHEY oder VEGAN PROTEIN.

Das REBUILD kann zu jeder beliebigen Tageszeit eingenommen werden.

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Studien & Referenzen
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