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  • What happens to collagen as we age?
    As we age, our body's collagen production naturally decreases. This decrease in collagen can lead to various signs and symptoms that may indicate a decrease in collagen levels in the body.
  • Are there different types of collagens?
    Collagen is a complex protein that is made up of different subtypes. The most common types of collagen found in the human body are Type I, Type II, Type III, Type IV, and Type V. Type I collagen is the most abundant type of collagen in the human body and is found in the skin, tendons, ligaments, and bones. It provides strength and structure to these tissues. Type II collagen is found in cartilage and provides cushioning and support to the joints. It is also found in the nucleus pulposus of the intervertebral discs. Type III collagen is found in the skin, muscles, and blood vessels. It helps to support and maintain the structure of these tissues. Type IV collagen is found in the basement membrane of various organs and tissues. Type V collagen is found in various tissues and is a minor component of the extracellular matrix. There are also some other types of collagen, such as Type VI and Type VII, which are found in specific tissues and have specific functions - more on this later. Each type of collagen is made up of different amino acids, which gives it its unique properties and functions.
  • What's the most effective form of collagen?
    Collagen supplements are available in various forms like capsules, powders and drinks. Hydrolyzed collagen, also known as collagen peptides, is the most easily absorbed by the body compared to other forms of collagen. It is made by breaking down collagen into smaller peptides, which makes it easier for the body to absorb and use. This makes hydrolyzed collagen a great option for those looking to boost their collagen intake and reap the many benefits that collagen has to offer.
  • Why do you need collagen?
    Collagen is a vital protein in the human body. In fact, it accounts for 30% of all proteins. It can be found in our connective tissue, bones, tendons, digestive system and blood. You could even say that collagen is like the "glue" that holds everything together.
  • What collagen types does True Science Liquid Collagen contain?
    TrueScience Liquid Collagen contains 10 types of naturally derived collagen peptides (I, II, V, VIII, IX, X, XI, XVII, XVIII, XXVIII) for maximum effectiveness. Type I - up to 90% of the body's collagen. Found in skin, bones, blood vessel walls, connective tissues and cartilage. Benefits: May aid in wound healing, blood clotting, reduce cellulite, minimize wrinkles, improve skin quality. Type II - found in more elastic cartilage than Type 1, promotes joint health, most absorbable when consumed. Benefits: joint health, possibly relieves symptoms of arthritis. Type V - found in some layers of the skin, hair and placenta during pregnancy. Benefits: great for baby development during pregnancy, supports eye health. Type VIII - endothelial cells - impacts vascular system, cornea, and eyes - think: possible blood pressure benefits! Type X - Type X collagen is a reliable marker for new bone formation in articular cartilage. Type XI - helps promote type 2 collagen, it's found between the discs of the bone and spine and inside the eye. Type XVII - increases skin density and follicle stimulation - potentially helpful with skin anti aging and hair health. Type XVIII - could facilitate the repair of acute liver injury. For more information or to purchase, click here.
  • What collagen supplement is the best?
    When selecting a collagen supplements, it's important to note that not all collagen supplements are created equal and the type of collagen used in the product will affect its effectiveness.
  • What can we do to prevent the impact of collagen loss?
    One way to increase your collagen reserves is through diet by eating foods high in protein (e.g. chicken, beef, fish) or by drinking bone broth. However, more often than not, this is not enough. As a result, collagen supplements have become increasingly popular in recent years.
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