COLLAGEN IS THE MOST ABUNDANT PROTEIN IN THE HUMAN BODY.
In a hydrolysed form, collagen is easily absorbed into the body and reaches target tissues.
Collagen is a vital connective tissue in the human body, as it is essential for the body’s elasticity and strength. It is mainly found in the skin, hair, nails, cartilage, bones and muscles.
- Improves the health of your skin:
For better elasticity and hydration of the skin. With age, our body’s natural ability to produce collagen reduces, leading to dry skin and wrinkles.
- Helps relieve joint pain:
Collagen helps maintain the integrity of your cartilage, the rubber-like tissue that protects your joints.
- Help strengthens bones:
Bones are mainly composed of collagen, which gives them structure and helps them stay strong. Just as the collagen in your body deteriorates as you age, so does bone mass. This may lead to conditions like osteoporosis, characterised by low bone density and linked to a higher risk of bone fractures.
- Stimulates muscle protein synthesis:
Between 1–10% of muscle tissue is composed of collagen. This protein is necessary to keep your muscles strong and function correctly.
(Researches show that collagen intake can stimulate the synthesis of muscle proteins such as creatine)
- Helps for faster growth of hair and nails.