collagen

Bovine

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Types 1 & 3 collagen

Brazil / South America origin

Grass Fed 90%

Protein Agglomerated  

Porcine

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Types 1 & 3 collagen

90% Protein

Agglomerated  

Fish/Marine

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Skin

Types 1 & 3 collagen

90% Protein

Agglomerated  

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About Collagen

· Collagen is the glue that holds our bodies together. It is the most abundant structural protein in the body. 75% of the dermis consists of collagen and it accounts for 90% of dermal volume. · Depletion of collagen in the skin leads to the formation of wrinkles and the appearance of ageing. · Regular use of collagen can act on the visible signs of ageing: smooths fine lines and wrinkles; firms, tones and plumps up the skin; strengthens nails; improves the condition of hair; reduces cellulite; improves sleep patterns. · Taken before exercise or physical activity, collagen can have a powerful anabolic effect, increasing both your energy and performance. · Collagen preserve and replenish lean muscle mass to improve the management of the body's fat and therefore have a positive role to play in managing weight.

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