In this Physician’s Choice Collagen review, we will crack it fully open to leave no aspect behind.
With that in mind, we will go through promotional materials and claims to see what the supplement is about from a marketing perspective. We will examine the beneficial ingredients and the inactive ones to see what kind of substance the product uses. And finally, we will do research on customer reviews and assess the global success rates.
The goal here is to create an article so thorough that there would not be a need for you to ever look at another supplement review for this specific thing. Therefore, if there is a section or aspect I haven’t covered but you’re interested in, let me know. And I’ll add that as well.
Physician’s Choice Collagen Review – Initial Thoughts & Overview
According to the manufacturer, Physician’s Choice Collagen is “for the healthy, wrinkle-free and smooth-looking skin and science-backed Verisol to fight the effects of photoaging and look younger in as little as four weeks!” So, supposedly a profound emphasis on skin health alone through something known as the Verisol formulation [R].
That said, they don’t quite limit the claims to just that. They also tie in reduction of cellulite and wrinkles, as well as the notion of strenghtening nails. Both of which they also support with relevant studies on Verisol formulation specifically. Which gives pretty strong basis for the claims. And it’s a transparency I feel many will appreciate [R, R].
That’s especially given that there are not a lot of manufacturer’s out there that care to provide such detail. To illustrate, we won’t find any relevant studies cited on the description pages of Collagen supplements like Further Food Collagen or Nature’s Truth Ultra Collagen Powder.
Other than that, the Physician’s Choice Collagen’s page is nowhere near as information-overwhelming and marketing-dense as those for Organixx Collagen or LAC Taut Collagen. It’s also nowhere near as unreadable as that for Vim & Vigor Collagenate. Quite the opposite really. It reminds me more of what we’ve seen by NeoCell Super Collagen or Amandean Marine Collagen (though there is some what I feel is unnecessary repeating of information).
There’s a review section which we’ll dissect properly in one of the later sections. But one rather odd thing is that, as far as I can tell, this supplement is not third-party tested. They’ve tested the Collagen Peptides of Phisician’s Choice but have not done that for this one. Which I’m not too fond of.
Still, is this capsuled Collagen of Physician’s Choice truly worthwhile?
This Is The Way To Go If We’re After Capsules Or Tablets Specifically
Quite a lot of different Collagen supplements out there. Some provide only Collagen and nothing else (like Youtheory or LiveWell). Others embrace Collagen plus one or two additional substances (like Vital Proteins Matcha or Garden of Life). Others yet are almost like multivitamins (like Pure Gold or Ideal Collagen). Though truth told, they’re typically very far from the most decent ones.
But as for Physician’s Choice Collagen pills, as you might have guessed, it’s all about that Verisol. Verisol and nothing else. Or to be even more precise, we get 5 capsules (serving size) of 500 milligrams each, which makes up for a total of 2,500 milligrams of the substance. Which is the exact same amount used in both of those studies that support the claims [R, R].
And with that, it’s so much different when compared to a plethora of other capsuled Collagen products. Here’s what I mean.
Typically whenever we find a capsule Collagen at our hands, it doesn’t exactly provide much of this protein (NeoCell Super Collagen + C might be the only expection). For example, Ancient Nutrition Multi Collagen and Code Age Multi Collagen both contain only 2000 milligrams (plus, with both, there are quite a bit other stuff within that amount), AHS Super Collagen provides only 1000 milligrams, whereas Nature’s Life Marine Collagen comes in at 1,100 milligrams.
So, yeah, not a lot. And hence, I have been pretty sceptical of people pursuing such supplements. It’s not that they can’t be beneficial. I think the global success rates of each have proven that they can be. However, at best, I do believe they are very limited at what they can provide for us. I mean, are we truly not after the full range of benefits [R, R, R, R]?
Well, this is how supplements like this Physician’s Choice Collagen, Doctor’s Best Collagen, Genacol Collagen (or its Pain Relief version) differ. They don’t embrace the typical Hydrolyzed Collagen. They rather use proven much more powerful Collagen formulations which, as I see it, can (and do) make up for the lower amounts.
And so, we’re no longer looking at a supplement with a governor on its benefit capacity. Hence, much like proper protein powder ones, these too can not only improve our skin, hair, nails but also heal leaky gut, aid blood sugar regulation, foster muscle health and function, boost metabolism, promote joint, bone, and tendon health, help with overall anti-aging, and have a number of other benefits [R, R, R, R, R].
Just Three Additives To Add To Our Wellness In Minute Ways
I’ve seen so many different Collagen supplements that are not exactly ideal when it comes to the added ingredients for the making of the product (“glueing” all the beneficial ingredients together). For example, Applied Nutrition Liquid Collagen struggles with artificial sweeteners whereas It Works CollagenWorks may be a hazard due to their lack of emphasis on manufacturing quality and the use of Natural Flavors [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
But what about the Physician’s Choice Collagen pills? Do they contain any potentially hazardous additions?
No, luckily, these do without such a thing.
There are actually only three additives this one uses. Gelatin, Water, and Rice Flour.
Gelatin is pretty much the same as Collagen only prepared differently and so it has a slightly different amino acid profile. But apart from that, it’s definitely something to be considered beneficial. Water is water; we can’t really live without it. Whereas Rice Flour is, by no means, a hazardous thing. Quite the contrary [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
At the end of the day, I believe that not only there is no cause for real side-effects (for example, Gelatin can cause bad taste in the mouth) with the pills of Physician’s Choice Collagen, but, in fact, these too can be, generally speaking, only beneficial. And thus, in some minute ways add to the overall gains.
Customer Reviews & Success Rates
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