As you age, the collagen in your skin and connective tissues weakens and loses strength, leading to increased skin creasing and sagging. By age 40, your production is reduced to about half of youthful levels –
Poor gut health, hormone imbalances, excess carbs and sugar, and other factors may contribute to this loss.
Fortunately, supplemental collagen allows you to slow declining collagen levels and even helps you build them back up, providing structure and support for your:
Bones and joint cartilage
Muscles and tendons
Blood vessels and organs, including your entire digestive system
Skin, hair and nails
Sourced from cows, pigs, chicken or fish, Type I is the most abundant type of collagen, found in connective tissue, tendons and bones, as well as the skin of all vertebrates. However, if you wish to avoid or minimize your consumption of mammal-derived ingredients, Wild Caught Marine Collagen is an outstanding alternative to traditional sources of Type I collagen.
Marine Collagen is made from the collagen-rich skin of wild-caught, deep-sea cod (Gadus morhua), harvested from the sparkling clear waters of the North Atlantic Ocean in Norway by sustainable fisheries. To ensure quality, traceability and sustainability, our product is certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).
Providing a standardized dose of 1.5 grams of Type I collagen peptides per serving, Marine Collagen comes in convenient tablets that are perfect for everyday use and travel. Order your supply today.
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