Can I stay young and healthy with Marine Collagen?

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The word "collagen" comes from the Greek word "kolla," which means glue, and it's the substance that holds our bodies together. It's the most abundant protein in our bodies, forming structures like our gut lining, joints and skin. Its primary role is to provide structural support and strength, but it also protects vital organs and performs other essential functions.

As we age, our natural collagen production slows down. Starting at the age of 25, our collagen production decreases each year, and this decline becomes even more significant each decade, leading to changes in our skin and joint health as collagen production gradually decreases.

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The two primary sources of supplemental collagen are bovine (derived from cows), and marine (derived from fish). Both marine and bovine collagen powders are rich in type 1 collagen, which is the most abundant form in our bodies and provides structure to our skin, tendons, bones, and organs. It also supports our gut and aids in wound healing. Both provide a rich source of highly bioavailable collagen proteins, but Marine Collagen is believed to be more easily abosrbed and assimilated by the human body, making it more effective.

Consuming marine collagen supplements supports our body's own collagen production, and the amino acids they contain can help us to rebuild collagen within the body.

Collagen is known for its reputation as an essential beauty supplement because up to 70% of the protein in our skin is made from collagen. Signs that collagen production is slowing down as we age include brittle nails, thinning hair and wrinkles.

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Our diet and lifestyle at all stages of life can affect the health of our hair, skin, and nails. Many factors impact our bodies' production of collagen, including high amounts of sugar in the diet, which ages our skin through glycation. Other factors, such as sun overexposure, smoking, caffeine and alcohol, can also affect our collagen production.

While investing in high-quality topical skin products can help, it's essential to support hair, skin, and nails from the inside out for real beauty benefits. Collagen is vital to give skin its strength and elasticity, as well as give hair and nails their strength.

Studies have found that collagen can help improve skin appearance, decreasing lines, wrinkles, dryness, and scaling. Collagen can also help lock in moisture, supporting skin elasticity and hydration. Collagen is also vital for healthy hair, working from the inside out to support stronger, healthier-looking hair. It is essential for cell renewal, strength, and elasticity of the hair.

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The amino acids in collagen can also strengthen nails, preventing brittleness and splitting, and supporting healthy growth. Replenishing and supporting our natural collagen stores helps skin maintain its structural integrity, locking in moisture and protecting it from further damage, resulting in loss of elasticity, as well as supporting healthy, strong hair and nails.

As most people don't get enough collagen through their diets, a high-quality source of clean marine collagen is an essential beauty supplement.

For extra skin, hair and nail support, try our high strength Marine Collagen capsules, which use world leading NatiCol Marine Collagen to help achieve the best results. Add our Vitamin B Complex or Organic Sea Kelp capsules to help you get that glow from the inside out.

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