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Kotak RBL Bank
Kotak EMI Details
EMI Tenure (months) Bank Interest Rate (%) Monthly Installments (Rs.) Total Amount (Rs.)
3 12.0 500.17 1500.51
6 12.0 253.82 1522.92
9 14.0 173.13 1558.17
12 14.0 132.08 1584.96
RBL Bank EMI Details
EMI Tenure (months) Bank Interest Rate (%) Monthly Installments (Rs.) Total Amount (Rs.)
3 13.0 501.0 1503.0
6 13.0 254.55 1527.3
9 13.0 172.42 1551.78
12 13.0 131.39 1576.68
18 13.0 90.39 1627.02
24 13.0 69.93 1678.32

This table shows different banks and the respective EMI options based on the product price. This is for indicative purposes only, your EMI payments may differ with total order amount and additional bank charges, if any.

  1. Select your preferred EMI option at the time of payment.
  2. Final EMI is calculated on the total value of your order at the time of payment.
  3. The Bank charges annual interest rates according to the reducing monthly balance. In the monthly reducing cycle, the principal is reduced with every EMI and the interest is calculated on the outstanding balance.
  4. NO processing fee is charged for availing HeathKart's EMI payment option.
  5. In case of cancellation or return, interest charged by the bank till that time will not be refundable under any circumstances. Partial cancellation is allowed.
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HealthKart Collagen & Omega 3 Combo

MRP:Rs. 2198.0
Price:Rs. 1471
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  • Fish oil enriched with Omega-3 Essential Fatty acids-DHA & EPA
  • Helps support healthy heart function
  • Healthkart Collagen has the goodness of Collagen, Glucosamine & Vitamin C
  • Keeps your hair and nails healthy

Healthkart Omega-3 is a premium dietary supplement,  containing essential omega-3 fatty acids, found predominantly in fish oil and to a lesser extent in walnuts and flax seeds to help promote and maintain a healthy heart and brain. Healthkart Omega-3 is a rich source of heart-healthy essential fatty acids—DHA and EPA. The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) recommends a dietary target of 430mg of omega-3 fatty acids a day for women and 610mg a day for men.

Helps support healthy heart function

New studies show that the combination of statin (cholesterol-lowering medicine) and EPA, an omega-3 fatty acid, may potentially reduce cardiovascular risk. Omega-3 fatty acids help decrease risk of abnormal heartbeats, which can lead to sudden death.

May lower cholesterol

Healthkart Omega-3 may reduce triglycerides, a kind of blood fat and a marker of heart health. This slows the buildup of plaque inside your arteries.

Helps increase HDL

Omega-3 helps increase the level of HDL (good cholesterol) in men who are obese and insulin resistant. Insulin resistance is a precursor to diabetes. HDL cholesterol protects against atherosclerosis, thickening of arteries, by removing excess cholesterol from arterial cells.

Assists in normalizing blood pressure

Several clinical studies suggest omega-3 fatty acids helps lower blood pressure in people with high blood pressure.

Helps promote joint support

Healthkart Omega-3 is a natural antidote to arthritis. It helps promote joint mobility and flexibility

May support brain development

Scientific studies have shown that people who had higher blood levels of DHA were less likely to show signs of memory loss.

Serving Suggestion: One capsule twice daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner

 

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and is the substance that holds the whole body together. It is found in the bones, muscles, skin and tendons, where it forms a scaffold to provide strength and structure. 
 
Collagen for Skin
Hydrolysed Collagen is the best type of collagen for use in a skin supplement. It is well established that collagen is responsible for skin strength and elasticity, and its degradation leads to wrinkles that accompany aging.
As we get older, our body's collagen production reduces which can result in an increase of wrinkles and  fine lines, and decreasing smoothness and suppleness of the skin. These signs of aging can be slowed down if your total body collagen levels can be increased. Since collagen cannot be absorbed through the skin people have turned to supplementation.
 
Collagen for Hair
Collagen greatly helps in hair growth and hair regeneration.
It possesses anti-oxidant properties and fights the production of free radicals in the body. Naturally produced in the body free radicals are a result of the body’s different metabolic processes and they are responsible for damaging the hair follicles, leading to hair loss. But having a sufficient amount of collagen in the hair shaft, strengthens the hair follicles and improves hair growth. Eating collagen for hair growth can also improve the overall volume of your hair by increasing the diameter of each individual hair, thereby giving your flow a fuller appearance.
 
Collagen for Joints
Collagen may be beneficial to bones and joints in the same way it benefits the skin. By helping the body’s natural production of collagen and providing a bioavailable source of these amino acids, collagen may improve bone and joint health over time. In fact, a double-blind, placebo study showed significant improvement in joint pain.
 
Role of Glucosamine
Glucosamine is a natural compound found in healthy cartilage, particularly in the fluid around the joints. It can come in several chemical forms, but the one most used in arthritis is glucosamine sulfate. It has anti-inflammatory properties and even helps in cartilage regeneration.
Glucosamine may provide modest pain relief for some patients with osteoarthritis of the knee, hip and spine. Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database classified glucosamine as “likely effective” for osteoarthritis, thus rating it higher than chondroitin. Most of the studies included in the recommendation were done in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee. 
 
Role of Vitamin C
Vitamin C is a normal skin constituent that is found at high levels in both the dermis and epidermis. The vitamin C content of the epidermis is higher than the dermis, although the vitamin C concentrations in both layers are approximately equal to that of other water-soluble antioxidants, including uric acid and glutathione . Aging, however, causes a decline in vitamin C content in both the epidermis and dermis . Excessive exposures to UV light or pollutants (e.g., cigarette smoke and ozone) may also lower vitamin C content, primarily in the epidermis. The antioxidant properties of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and its role in collagen synthesis make vitamin C a vital molecule for skin health. Dietary ascorbic acid have beneficial effects on skin cells, and some studies have shown that vitamin C may help prevent and treat ultraviolet (UV)-induced photo-damage. Higher intakes of dietary vitamin C have been correlated with a decreased risk of dry skin , suggesting that ascorbic acid may have effects on trans-epidermal water loss (TEWL).