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Our bodies produce collagen naturally, but as we get older, the production rate slows down. The effect of this is most noticeable in our skin and our joints.
From the age of 20, we start to lose collagen. By the age of 40, we lose up to 2% every single year. It is not abnormal at all to do so.
Collagen contains amino acids that accounts for roughly 30% of all the proteins in our bodies. They are a connective building block that provides structure for healthy skin, bones, joints and ligaments.
With age, the body produces much less collagen and the structural integrity of the skin declines. Wrinkles form, and joint cartilage weakens.
As with most things, there are factors that we can try to avoid to keep our skin, bones and joints healthier for longer.
Derived from Cod Skin sustainably sourced from the North Atlantic Ocean near Norway.
These Type 1 Collagen Peptides are identical to those found in human Bones and Skin and also contain high amounts of Amino Acids to help support Ligament, Tendon, Bone, Skin and Muscle Repair.
Marine collagen (type 1) from wild caught North Atlantic fish. To ensure you won't consume any antibiotics or heavy metals that you're probably trying to avoid.
With vitamin-C for better bioavailability & boosted with C8 MCT-powder.
Vitamin C plays a vital role in supporting our bodies with the production of collagen by increasing the bioavailability of the collagen.
One of the best sources of vitamin C are fresh fruits and vegetables such as peppers, oranges, strawberries, spinach, broccoli, tomatoes and green peas. The cooking process can destroy some of the vitamin C content in these foods, so it would be optimal to eat them raw if possible.
Another easy and convenient way would be to take a supplement.
Our favourite brand of Liposomal Vitamin C, but now in sachets. Each box comes with 30 sachets that are easy to use and convenient.
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant essential for hundreds of different processes in the body from contributing to the normal function of the immune system to improving your skin. If it ain't liposomal, it ain't worth taking.