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Collagen is the most abundant protein in all animals. For humans, it makes up one-third of all protein in our body and three-quarters of the weight of dry skin. Collagen helps to improve our skin elasticity and hydration. Taking collagen helps to improve the collagen density in our skin. It helps against skin aging as our total collagen content falls by 1% a year after reaching young adulthood.

Also, taking collagen can help to improve joint health as our cartilage is mostly made up of collagen. It helps our body tissues such as muscles, bones, and joints withstand stretching and absorb shocks.

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Potential Side Effects

  • Generally safe for consumption

Ingredients

  • Marine Collagen Powder 350mg

Directions for use

  • Adults take 2 capsules daily with meals or as directed by your healthcare professional
  • Stop taking them if you notice any severe side effects
Skin

Collagen makes up three quarters of the weight of dry skin and taking it has been proven to improve skin elasticity and dryness. Researches have shown that the total collagen content in our skin falls by 1% per year. As we age, the collagen protein network fragments. Collagen synthesis also declines gradually.

Taking collagen supplements have shown in studies to improve skin barrier function and promote the synthesis of collagen by our body, restoring the structure of the collagen network. The end results of these studies have shown significant improvement for skin elasticity and hydration.
 

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Joints

Collagen helps our body tissues such as muscles, bones, and joints withstand stretching and absorb shocks. It is an important protein found in abundance in our joints and cartilage. Studies have shown that specific use of collagen can help in the treatment in arthritis and reduce joint pain. One small clinical trial has shown the effectiveness of reducing joint deterioration in athletes.

 

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