095 – BioSil Silica for Bone, Skin, Hair and Nails – My Interview with Richard Passwater, Jr.

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BioSil orthosilicic acid aids collagen formation.

Richard Passwater, Jr.

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Molecular biologists have pinpointed the key structural protein integrally involved in creating smooth skin, thick and strong hair, strong flexible bones, and bone mineral density. Collagen ‘plumps’ your skin, removing fine lines and wrinkles, and preventing them from forming. In addition, collagen is essential for strong, healthy bones and joints. Collagen has been called the most important building block in the human body. It comprises over a third of your body’s proteins. It makes up 75% of your skin. It is a major supporting structure for your bones, joints, and vital organs. That’s why collagen is essential for beautiful skin, hair, and nails as well as healthy bones and joints. But starting at age 21, collagen begins to diminish. By age 30, the signs are visible.

For years, scientists searched for a method that would give the human body the ability to regenerate its own collagen. But it wasn’t until BioSil’s landmark discovery of ch-OSA that genuine collagen generation, through oral delivery, became a reality. Today, rigorous double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trials prove that BioSil’s patented ch-OSA reduces fine lines and wrinkles, increases skin elasticity, strengthens and thickens hair, hardens nails, and promotes healthy bones and joints. BioSil’s historic discovery is now considered the scientific breakthrough in collagen.

Clinically Tested – Safe and Effective
BioSil_AwardBioSil’s ch-OSA collagen generator has been the subject of the most rigorous testing procedure known: the double blind, placebo-controlled university conducted clinical trial. It is considered the gold standard in measuring results, and is employed by the pharmaceutical companies. The clinical results, now published in peer-reviewed medical journals, were as dramatic as they were statistically significant. Subjects taking BioSil ch-OSA showed a marked decrease in fine lines and wrinkles, greater skin elasticity, thicker and stronger hair, harder nails and an increase in bone mineral density (BMD) at the critical hip region. Best of all, BioSil’s ch-OSA has been proven safe.

In this interview, Richard Passwater, Jr. discusses the science of collagen formation and it’s importance in human nutrition. He discusses the science that has revealed the importance of BioSil for collagen formation and it’s role in building strong, flexible bone, decreases wrinkles and strengthens hair and nails.

To learn more go the the manufacturer’s website BioSilUSA.com

About Richard Passwater
Richard Passwater, Jr., works for Bio Minerals NV, the Belgian dietary supplement manufacturer of BioSil.  Over the past 22 years, Richard has held a variety of technical, sales and quality control positions in the dietary supplement industry and has written over 90 articles, co-authored two peer-reviewed scientific studies and is a co-inventor of three patents. He frequently discusses collagen related topics in various venues around the world.Natural Factors

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1 Linda March 20, 2016 at 5:41 pm

Dr pass water, I developed ra after receiving a vaccine. There is much talk this is a infection such as mycoplasma and or viruses in vaccine. Could this bio sil product help if one as advanced ra and osteo in shoulders ? Now left hip is cracking and popping sounds.

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2 Steve Lankford March 21, 2016 at 8:40 am

Dr. Passwater does not monitor this site. My wife has advanced RA for over 30 years. She takes BioSil daily as a support nutrient and has had good results.

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