Whey Direct

Marine Collagen Unflavoured – 250g

$41.95 $49.95

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Tick100% Pure Marine Collagen (250g)

TickMade from wild caught ocean fish

TickNeutral taste and smell 

TickDissolves easily in cold water

Tick 100% Pure and Unflavoured

 

WheyDirect marine collagen is manufactured from ocean wild caught fish and sourced directly from the European global pioneer and leader in the industry. Being manufactured from ocean wild caught fish means that the fish would have a diverse and more balanced diet. And also the taste and smell of the marine collagen is neutral as the nutrition diet of the ocean caught fish would be have more variety.

Collagen, the ingredient that gives our bodies ‘bounce’. Collagen is the main protein in the connective tissues of the body and represents almost 30% of all human protein content. Collagen is a triple helix of alpha-chains of amino acids which build strong fibers used for the body’s structure. In essence, it is the ingredient that holds everything together – a key structural protein that ensures the cohesion, elasticity and regeneration of all our connective tissues, strengthening the musculoskeletal system and the integrity of our skin.

After we turn 30, our collagen levels start to drop… With age, our bodies naturally produce less collagen, bringing to light the first signs of aging. For most of us, this process begins around the age of 30. In our 40s, it accelerates, adversely affecting our skin, joints and bones. The good news? Whey Direct Marine Collagen peptides offer multiple proven benefits in the following key areas:

HEALTHY AGING Promoting mobility, helping healthy agers to maintain physical well-being and stay active

JOINT AND BONE HEALTH Ensuring an optimal joint and bone health for an active lifestyle

SKIN BEAUTY Reversing skin aging by improving collagen structure from within

 

SPORTS NUTRITION Keeping connective tissue healthy – the key to move freely and efficiently and help prevent injuries

Collagen is everywhere in the human body: in our bones, joints, tendons, ligaments and skin, as well as our smooth muscle tissue, blood vessels and other organs. It is even a major component of our hair and nails. Different types of collagen occur in different parts of the body; Type 1 collagen is the most prevalent. Different cells in our body tissues are responsible for the production of collagen. The cells use specific amino acids and peptides as building blocks to produce the large collagen helix structure, which is then organized into the strong fibers that provide structural tissue support.

 

 

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