Collagen Pro X formulation works synergistically to achieve optimum visible anti-aging effects. Collagen hydrolysate provides high levels of amino acids. Among these are glycine and proline, two amino acids essential for the stability and regeneration of cartilage. A single pictogram of type II collagen contains more than 1 billion glycine molecules and 620 million proline molecules.
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Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies. It’s found in our muscles, bones (36%), skin (75%) and tendons (99%). It’s the “glue” that helps hold the body together. It gives our skin strength and elasticity, and helps replace dead skin cells. As we age, collagen production declines causing; wrinkles and less elasticity of the skin. Increasing collagen levels can help your skin look firmer, smoother, and help your skin cells keep renewing and repairing normally. After the age of 25 collagen drops by about 1.5% each year. Meaning by the age of 45, 30% of the body collagen is lost.
This is a main cause of aging and wrinkling. Collagen Pro X, as an internal collagen supplement increases our body’s collagen production. This helps to reduce fine lines & wrinkles, thicken hair & nails.
Action: Collagen hydrolysate stimulates collagen synthesis in the body. Two hypotheses have been developed to explain why collagen hydrolysate stimulates the body to synthesise collagen. Firstly, although the amino acids present in collagen are not “essential”, as they can be synthesised by the body, the regular intake of collagen hydrolysate could supply the required amounts of the amino acids glycine, proline and hydroxyproline. Secondly, the presence of collagen peptides could be recognised and understood by the body as a sign of degradation of the proper collagen. This could lead to the synthesise of collagen
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Metabolism:Following oral administration, collagen hydrolysate is hydrolysed, absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract and transported in the bloodstream in the form of peptides and amino acids (proline, hydroxyproline, glycine) to the articular cartilage.
Dose: Evidence suggests that collagen hydrolysate in doses of up to 10 g daily for 6 months is safe.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding: Safety in pregnancy and breastfeeding has not been established. However collagen is a natural constituent of an omnivorous diet.
Bioavailability: Studies have shown that a high percentage of an oral dose of collagen hydrolysate is absorbed. A Dutch trial using a simulated gastrointestinal tract model showed that 82% of an orally administered dose of collagen hydrolysate passes through the intestinal mucosa while results from another study indicated that 90% of an oral dose of collagen hydrolysate is absorbed within approximately 6 hours.
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