SUITABLE 4 ALL BLOOD TYPES:
Collagen is the main structural protein that forms your connective tissues and skin. The body uses amino acids to build muscle, bone, cartilage, skin, hair, connective tissue, and much more. There are many different types of amino acids, but the most abundant kind in the body make up collagen.
The body’s collagen production declines as we age yet we need adequate collagen for strong bones, joints, healthy gums, hair and skin, hence the absolute need to add more collagen to your daily diet.
Hydrolyzed simply means that the amino acid chains have been broken down into smaller units, a process that allows the powder to dissolve in both hot and cold liquids and also allows for better absorption in the gut. How to: Add it to everything from hot or cold beverage, soups, smoothies, juice or water. Recommended 10-20grams (one heaped tablespoon is about 20g) once or twice a day – before, with or after meals. It has no odour and is virtually tasteless.
Joints and bone health: Collagen helps maintain the integrity of cartilage, which is the rubber-like tissue that protects joints and may help improve symptoms of osteoarthritis reducing overall joint pain. Athletes consuming collagen heal faster and improve performance.
Bones are made mostly of collagen, which gives them structure and helps keep them strong. Supplementing with collagen maintains bone mass reducing conditions like osteoporosis, which is characterized by low bone density and linked to a higher risk of bone fractures.
Skin, nails hair and gums - Collagen plays a major role in strengthening skin by improving elasticity and hydration reducing wrinkles and the dryness that comes with age and environmental damage. Reduces skin sagging and the gawky appearance that comes with weight loss. It also counts for healthy nails, hair and strong gums.
Aids digestion gut healing - There’s some evidence that certain amino acids found in collagen — in particular, one called glycine — may reduce GI inflammation and aid digestion
Boost muscle mass - This protein is necessary to keep muscles strong and functioning properly and may promote the synthesis of muscle proteins like creatine, as well as stimulate muscle growth after exercise.
Promotes heart health – Collagen provides structure to your arteries, which are the blood vessels that carry blood from your heart to the rest of your body. Without enough collagen, arteries may become weak and fragile.
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