Pure Marine Collagen Peptide Powder
100% Wild-Caught Hydrolyzed Fish Marine Collagen Peptides
Hydrolyzed Fish Collagen (HFC) naturally supplies the body with 18 collagen amino acids that promote healthy connective tissue on a cellular level. Hydrolyzed Collagen Type I & III provides the essential collagen protein building blocks for healthy skin, hair, nails, ligaments, tendons, bone matrix, muscle mass, blood vessels, increase circulation, wound healing, organs, glands, eyes, weight loss and gut health. Total body wellness that promotes healthy connective tissue from within.
Manufactured in USA: We are a U.S.based company
Compliant With the United States Food & Drug Administration
Clinically Tested According to United States Government Regulations
Made By 100% Non-Genetically Modified Organisms
What is Hydrolyzed Collagen Type I & III?
Hydrolyzed collagen consists of small peptides with a low molecular weight (2.5 – 8 kDa) sourced from native collagen, which is found in marine, bovine or porcine skin only.
Industrial production of collagen for the past 30 years goes through a denaturation process and enzymatic cleavage to a finished raw material collagen peptide powder that are orally consumed in capsules, tablets, powder or liquid form.
Hydrolyzed collagen is absorbed through the epithelial cells of the small intestine, then enters the bloodstream as small peptides and free amino acids that provide the protein building blocks for healthy connective tissue with high percentages of glycine, proline and hydroxyproline.
How the Fibroblast System Operates
Cells Synthesize the ECM & Collagen Matrix
Collagen matrix is mainly produced by fibroblasts throughout connective tissue and epithelial cells, which makes up 28 different types of collagens. The different collagens and the structure they form have the purpose to help tissues resist stretching. Fibroblasts are connective tissue cells that are responsible for producing and organizing the collagen matrix. Collagen fibers, fibrils, epithelial and molecules (triple helices), a-chains and amino acids are the mechanism of collagen formation and biosynthesis that activates the fibroblast cell membrane to produce healthy connective tissue within the entire extracellular matrix (ECM). There are 6 constituents that all work together in synergy throughout the fibroblast system. Hyaluronic acid, enzymes, extracellular matrix, collagen fibrils, elastin, and growth factors, which all play an intricate role in healthy connective tissue.
Healthy Connective Tissue & Cell Membranes
Warning: Consumers Allergic to Fish Should Consult with Their Doctor before Ingesting HFC*
Frequently Asked Questions
No, marine collagen does not contain any sulfite.
Yes, Pure Marine Collagen Peptide™ is kosher certified.
Pure Marine Collagen Peptide™ does not contain traces of shellfish.
The recommended daily dosage of marine collagen is 6.6 grams.
Marine Collagen is broken down to small peptides through (hydrolysis) so the body can digest and assimilate into the cells.
Wild Caught Fish Skin From Deep Ocean Waters of North America.
There are no known side effects associated with marine collagen.
Marine collagen helps support full & shiny hair, clear skin, and serves in promoting strong nails. Additional benefits include icnreased blood flow and circulation, weight loss, anti aging and much more!
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