Collagen It is the most structured and most abundant protein that accounts for more than 25% of all mammalian protein proteins, more than 30% of human proteins and more than 70% of human skin proteins. It is the basic component of the fibers of the connective tissue and represents 70% of the connective tissue and skin, as well as bone and tooth tissue. It also forms an integral part of the walls of the blood vessels, the cornea and the roots of the hair. Collagen is necessary in the formation of cartilages, tendons, ligaments, bones, teeth, which allow the tension of the skin and blood vessels. By aging and intense physical activity, the body loses collagen. This translates into a reduction in the thickness, density, resistance and flexibility of the tissues that contain collagen, which results in osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, muscle, bone, joint, skin aging, wrinkle formation, hair cracking and nails
Different foods also contain different types of collagen. Type I is the most frequent in our body. Collagen found in fish is mostly Type I and is one of the most important because it affects the joints, skin, vital organs, blood vessels, digestion and bones.
Naticol® hydrolyzed fish collagen has a low molecular weight, better absorption compared to other animal origin collagen, it absorbs 1.5 times more efficiently. It is considered the best source of collagen for medical use and collagen biologically safer and cleaner.
Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid) It is the most important water-soluble vitamin, antioxidant and potent reducing agent. It belongs to micronutrients that can not be synthesized in a human organism, but they can only be introduced into a regular diet and are necessary for human health. Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for normal skin function.
Vitamin E (tocopherol) It belongs to a group of liposoluble vitamins and is not synthesized in the human body and animal, but can only be introduced by food. It is deposited in the fat tissue. It is necessary for normal growth and acts as an antioxidant. It is necessary for the formation of the connective tissue and is necessary in the synthesis of proteins (and especially for: collagen, spine, skeletal muscle and heart muscle.
Zinc (Zn) It is an essential microelement that is part of more than 70 different enzymatic systems of the body. In the body, it has a total of about 2 g, of which 20% is located on the skin and, secondly, are bones and teeth. Zinc is an excellent regulator of skin fat, avoids hair loss and gives it firmness.
Copper (Cu) It is an essential microelement that enters into the composition of enzymes and proteins, in which it plays a role in cellular respiration, the synthesis of melanin, the formation of connective tissue, the protection of cells from the action of free radicals It is also important for the formation of collagen, maturation of erythrocytes and leukocytes, glucose metabolism and cholesterol, immune function, bone health. Copper contributes to the normal transport of iron into the body, the normal functioning of the nervous system and the normal pigmentation of hair and skin.
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