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marine collagen

  • Anti-Aging

    Marine Collagen is a type I collagen which is what our upper epidermis (skin) layer consists of. Consuming the type 1 collagens in Marine Collagen helps prevent and improve signs of skin aging. Consumers report increased moisture retention, prevention and improvement of deep wrinkle formations, and improved smoothness of the skin.

    Protein Content

    Marine Collagen is 97% protein with zero fat, sugar, or carbohydrates. It is extremely unique to other forms of protein due to its amino acid profile. Besides benefiting skin, joints, and bones, supplementing with collagen protein significantly improves recovery and the muscle building process after working out.

    Bone Healing and Regeneration

    Numerous studies have proven the positive effect that consuming Marine Collagen has on bone health and regeneration. It does this by increasing bone mineral density and exerting anti-inflammatory activity on osteoarthritis. Consuming Marine Collagen has been proven to exert a positive effect on osteoblastic cells and increases collagen synthesis and quality and mineralization. This process aids in bone and tissue healing and regeneration.

    Antibacterial Properties

    The antibacterial peptide “Collagencin” found in Marine Collagen has been scientifically proven to help inhibit the growth of “Staphylococcus aureus”, more commonly known as a Staph Infection. Consuming peptide consumption has also shown to have several other promising antimicrobial effects, increasing gut health and food safety.

    Wound Healing

    The ability of a wound to heal is largely based on collagen which helps the body form new tissue. Since Type I collagen is the most prevalent structural component of the dermal matrix, by increasing the circulation of type 1 collagen you are giving your body the nutrients it needs to expedite wound healing.

  • Marine Collagen is a complex structural protein that helps maintain the strength and flexibility of skin, ligaments, joints, bones, muscle, tendons, blood vessels, gums, eyes, nails and hair. It is a Type I collagen, which is the most prevalent collagen in the human body. Type I collagen is most popularly known for providing the foundation for beautiful skin, strong connective tissues and higher bone density.

    Marine Collagen has a very high concentration of the amino acids hydroxyproline, glycine, and proline. Since hydroxyproline peptides can’t be completely digested it frees the aminos acids into the bloodstream. These hydroxyproline peptides stimulate cells in the skin, joints and bones, and lead to collagen synthesis through cell activation and growth.

    Highest Bioavailability:

    Bioavailability determines how much of an ingredient/nutrient your body can absorb after ingested. Since Marine Collagen’ is lower in molecular weight and size, it can be absorbed up to 1.5 times more efficiently than bovine and porcine collagens. Since it is absorbed more efficiently and enters the bloodstream quicker, it’s considered the highest quality and most bioavailable collagen source.

  • Does Marine Collagen Smell “Fishy?

    Absolutely not! We have extracted all of the collagen peptides from the red snapper and what you get is an extremely pure source of bioavailable marine collagen peptides.

    Can Marine Collagen be taken with other protein sources and supplements throughout the day?

    Yes! We highly recommend taking in a wide variety of healthy protein sources throughout the day, as they all have different amino acid profiles and various health benefits. Adding in marine collagen to your daily routine ensures that you are getting a healthy source of Collagen I peptides, giving your body the nutrients it needs for youthful skin, strong bones, and joints while enhancing gut health and digestion.