type 1, 2 and 3 | with 18 amino acids
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Collagen is our body’s key structural protein, which is involved in creating strong and healthy hair, nails, bone muscle and tendons.
It also keeps our skin smooth and muscle lean for weight management.
During our youth collagen helps prevent wrinkles from forming, gives skin elasticity, helps create strong and thicker hair.
In our early 20’s collagen diminishes by about 1 % per year.
By the age of 30, the signs of collagen reduction have started to become visible.
The reduction in bones and joints begins to be felt.
Collagen 1 and 3 are the main collagen types in connective tissue.
With our body’ s naturally occurring hyaluronic acid, Type 2 collagen is known to aid in joint cushioning and lubrication.
Hyaluronic acid and collagen are vital structural components of the skin.
Chondroitin sulfate, also naturally occurring, may provide anti-inflammatory support.