Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body and serves as a building block for connective tissue. It makes up roughly one-third of your body's protein composition, and is a major component for skin elasticity, bone density, tendons, muscles, and cartilage. As you age, your body gradually produces lower amounts of collagen, which can cause poor joint mobility, brittle bones, skin wrinkles, and weaker hair and nails.
Without proper amounts of Collagen, you can experience stiffer joints, achy muscles, thin hair, and wrinkles. Adding a Collagen source to your daily routine can support these primary benefits.
- Healthy, skin, hair, and nails
- Helps maintain strong bones, joints and ligaments
- Promotes elasticity and strength of skin
- Helps strengthen the gut wall
Our Collagen consists of Type I and III Collagen
Type I collagen is present in beef/bovine collagen powder or peptides. It is a nutrient that composes 80% of the skin’s dermis layer and helps give structure and firmness to a person’s skin.
Type III is the second most common type of collagen present in human tissue. It is truly unique because it is slowly replaced by Type I collagen as we get older.