Collagen is the most structured and abundant protein that accounts for more than 25% of all mammalian body proteins, more than 30% of human proteins and more than 70% of human skin proteins. It is the basic component of connective tissue fibers and accounts for 70% of connective tissue and skin as well as bone and dental tissue. It is also an integral part of the walls of blood vessels, cornea and hair roots. Collagen is necessary in the formation of cartilage, tendons, ligaments, bones, teeth, allowing the skin and blood vessel tension. Through aging and intense physical activity, the body loses collagen. This results in a reduction in the thickness, density, strength and flexibility of tissues containing collagen, which results in osteoporosis, osteoporosis, muscles, bones, joints, aging skin, wrinkles, cracking and nails.
Different foods also contain different types of collagen. Type I is the most prevalent in our body. The collagen that is found in fish is mainly type I and is one of the most important as it affects the joints, skin, vital organs, blood vessels, digestion and bone.
Naticol® hydrolyzed fish type I collagen has a low molecular weight, better absorption compared to other collagens of animal origin, is absorbed 1.5 times more efficiently. It is considered the best source of collagen for medical purposes and the biologically available collagen more safe and clean.
Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid) is the most important water soluble vitamin, antioxidant and powerful reducing agent. It belongs to micronutrients that can not be synthesized in a human body, but can only be introduced to a regular diet, and is necessary for human health. Vitamin C contributes to the normal formation of collagen for normal skin function.
Vitamin E (tocopherol) belongs to a group of fat-soluble vitamins and is not synthesized in the human and animal body, but can only be introduced by food. It deposits in adipose tissue. It is necessary for normal growth and acts as an antioxidant. It is necessary for the formation of connective tissue and is necessary in the synthesis of proteins (and especially for: collagen, spine, skeletal muscle and heart muscle.
Zinc (Zn) is an essential microelement that is part of more than 70 different enzyme systems in the body. In the body, it has a total of about 2 g, of which 20% are located on the skin and, second, bones and teeth. Zinc is an excellent regulator of skin fat, prevents hair loss and gives firmness.
Copper (Cu) is an essential microelement that goes into the composition of various enzymes and proteins, in which it plays a role in cellular respiration, melanin synthesis, connective tissue formation, cell protection against the action of free radicals. It is also important for collagen formation, erythrocyte and leukocyte maturation, glucose and cholesterol metabolism, immune function, bone health. Copper contributes to the normal transport of iron in the body, normal functioning of the nervous system and normal pigmentation of hair and skin.
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