Collagen hydrolysate

Collagen is the most abundant structural protein in the human body, found in the skin, bones, muscles, and connective tissues. Collagen hydrolysate is a type of collagen that has been enzymatically hydrolyzed into smaller peptides, improving its bioavailability. When ingested, collagen hydrolysate is digested into amino acids and small peptides in the digestive system and transported throughout the body by the bloodstream. Collagen hydrolysate promotes collagen synthesis by providing amino acids, such as glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline.


Collagen is used in our nouxx BLOODY BERRY sachet, as well as Green Glow.


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