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Supplements to support tendons, ligaments, cartilage and bones

Collagen is a type of protein that is particularly important for the formation of connective tissue and is a large part of our bones, skin, tendons, cartilage and muscles. These tissues need collagen to remain firm and flexible.

Where do we get collagen from? Our body makes it, but it declines as we age, starting with menopausal women when changes in estrogen can affect collagen levels. And of course, among older people, it is common for bones to need more support.

Some foods contain collagen - meat. And other foods contain ingredients that help with collagen production.

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Supplements to support tendons, ligaments, cartilage and bones

Supplements to support tendons, ligaments, cartilage and bones

Why supplement with collagen?

Collagen is a type of protein that is particularly important for the formation of connective tissue and is a large part of our bones, skin, tendons, cartilage and muscles. These tissues need collagen to remain firm and flexible.

Where do we get collagen from? Our body makes it, but it declines as we age, starting with menopausal women when changes in estrogen can affect collagen levels. And of course, among older people, it is common for bones to need more support.

Some foods contain collagen - meat. And other foods contain ingredients that help with collagen production.

What are collagen supplements?

Collagen supplements are usually made from animal tissue because that is one of the largest external sources we have. They are often taken orally and often come in capsule or powder form, as these are best absorbed by the human body.

Collagen is an umbrella term that encompasses many different types. Two of the more common forms used for supplementation are collagen peptides and hydrolyzed collagen. These two types are more spread out so your body can use them better.

How do collagen supplements work?

Collagen supplements are formulated with amino acids. Amino acids combine to form a protein. And proteins (along with amino acids) are one of the building blocks of life.

For added support, many of these supplements are also formulated with additional nutrients such as biotin and zinc. Both of these nutrients also play a huge role in healthy hair, skin and nails. It's a great way to get the nutrition you need in one supplement.

Health Benefits of Collagen Supplements

The main benefit of collagen supplements for health is primarily the additional support of skin health. Collagen production is a vital part of your skin and helps make it strong and resilient. Plus, it's great for your bones, hair and nails. Collagen benefits your health inside and out.

  • Skin health
  • Hair and nails
  • Joint health
  • Bone health
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