MARINE COLLAGEN LIQUID with Hyaluronic Acid & Vitamin C 250ml

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Collagen Liquid Supplement

THE SECRET TO YOUNGER LOOKING SKIN

Supports Anti-Aging

Contributes to skin wrinkle reduction

Increase skin tightness, healthy hair & nails

Helps to maintain healthy joints, bones & muscles

 

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MAIN INGREDIENTS AND DETAILS
Marine Collagen Skin Care:
• Fish Collagen Peptides -A Type 1 collagen that helps maintain strength and flexibility in the skin, nail, hair, joints muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones
• Hyaluronic Acid – This naturally- occurring substance lubricates the joints’ connective tissues and aids proper skin health
• Vitamin C 75g – High in antioxidants and aids collagen synthesis

THE BENEFITS OF LIQUID COLLAGEN
The benefits of drinking collagen are many. Medical studies have shown that liquid extract and supplements are absorbed more quickly than pills and are more digestible. The nutrients within don’t need to be broken down, so liquids are more potent than pills. They are also easier to swallow, especially for children and the elderly.
What’s more, only 10-20% of the nutrients in pill supplements are actually retained. With liquids, 98% of the nutrients are utilised.

VISIBLE COLLAGEN BENEFITS
• Reduce Joint Degeneration and Pain
• Help with Leaky Gut Syndrome
• Boosts Metabolism, Energy and Muscle Mass
• Improves Skin, Hair and Nail Health
• Support Weight Management
• Collagen for Diabetes
• Protects Cardiovascular Health
• Heal Your Wounds Faster
• Can Improve Liver Function

HOW TO TAKE COLLAGEN SUPPLEMENTS
Take the recommended 10 000 mg dose in 30ml shot daily, with or without food. For good results use continuously for 4-8 weeks. For optimal and sustained results, use continuously for 12 weeks.

PLEASE CHECK ALSO OUR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR MORE INDEPTH DETAILS ON COLLAGEN!

 

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WHAT IS COLLAGEN?

Collagen is a protein found in the skin, muscles, bones, connective tissue, blood vessels and digestive system. It is the most abundant protein in the human body, making up 25% of the total proteins. It is also the most plentiful substance in the body after water. Collagen benefits for skin include optimal elasticity and tone, as well as replacement of dead skin cells. We also need collagen for joints to ensure proper pain-free function.
Collagens in the human body are strong and flexible, consisting of 19 amino acids with high levels of glycine, proline and hydroxyproline. Our bodies contain 20 types of collagen; 80-90% of them are categorised as Type1,2 and 3. The different types have different structures and functions. Type 1 and 3 are primarily found in the skin, tendons, ligaments and bones. Type 2 is a major component of joints cartilage.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF COLLAGEN AND THE MAIN BENEFITS

TYPE 1
The most abundant and the strongest type of Collagen. It is made up of eosinophilic fibres that form skin, organs, tendons, ligaments and bones. It is also found in the gastrointestinal tract. It is essential for wound healing, maintaining skin elasticity, and binding tissue together to prevent tearing.

TYPE 2
Primarily help to build cartilage (located in connective tissues) by coping its profile using a combination of 18 amino acids. We need cartilage and collagen for joint health to help prevent age-related joint pain and arthritis.

TYPE 3
Made of reticular fibres and is a major component of the extracellular matrix that makes up the skin and organs. It is usually found with Type 1 and so helps give skin its firmness and elasticity. It also forms blood vessels and heart tissues, which is why a deficiency is linked to a higher risk of ruptured blood vessels and early death.

TYPE 1,2, and 3
Types 1 & 3 and Type 2 should not be combined due to their different amino acid profiles. If taken together, they will bind and form a complete protein which the body does not recognise as collagen.

WHAT DOES COLLAGEN DO?

Collagen benefits us by giving the skin strength and elasticity, replacing dead skin cells, and in terms of joints and tendons, being the ‘glue’ that holds the body together. The body’s collagen production begins to slow as we age. This natural degenerative process is responsible for signs of ageing such as sagging skin and wrinkles, as well as joint pain caused by weaker or decreased cartilage. Women may experience a reduction in collagen synthesis following the menopause. A considerable decline in collagen synthesis by age of 60 is normal. Lifestyle factors such as smoking, a high intake of sugar and high levels of sun exposure also contribute to depleted collagen levels. Studies show that collagen-related diseases most commonly occur due to a combination of genetic defects, nutritional deficiencies, poor intake of collagen-rich foods and digestive issues which affect collagen synthesis.

HOW DOES COLLAGEN WORKS?

Collagen is secreted by various cells in the body, mainly by connective tissue cells. It is found in the extracellular matrix; an intricate network of macromolecules (a molecule containing a large number of atoms) that determine the physical properties of body tissue. In the middle layer of the skin (the dermis), collagen helps to form a fibrous network of cells and called fibroblasts. New cells are able to grow on this network. Fibroblasts also play a role in replacing and restoring skin cells. Some collagen even act as protection for delicate organs such as kidneys.

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