The Role of Collagen
Collagen constitutes 65 % of our body protein, being found in muscle, ligaments, hair, bones, joints, skin and all organs. Decreased levels of collagen associated with ageing result in weaker joints and ligaments, weakened heart and arteries, wrinkling and thinning of the skin and various other symptoms. One of the most dramatic side effects of collagen depletion is the loss of muscle mass which is frequently offset by an increase in the body's fat levels.
Worldwide trends show that the average person over the age of 35 increases weight and decreases the body muscle needed to support this weight gain. This results in stress on ligaments, tendons and joints.
Various studies have found that ingesting supplementary collagen in the form of collagen hydrolysate improves the condition of many ailments of muscles, tendons and ligaments.
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