Pure Marine Collagen Peptide™ ~ H.A.95™ Hyaluronic Acid (Rooster Comb) ~ Organic Vitamin C (Indian Gooseberry)
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 fibres, 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
18 Collagen Peptides (amino acid) Composition
amino-acid (g/100g protein)
Warning: Consumers Allergic to Fish Should Consult with Their Doctor before Ingesting HFC*
What is Hyaluronic Acid?
Natural occurring hyaluronic acid is the most abundant non-sulfated glycosaminoglycan in the body known as hyaluronan found in copious amounts throughout the connective, epithelial, and neuro tissues. Glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) are unbranched polysaccharides (carbohydrate polymers) that consist of repeating disaccharide units. The disaccharide units generally are comprised as a first saccharide unit, one of two modified sugars known as N-acetylgalactosamine or N-acetylglucosamine. The second unit is Uronic acid sugar known as Glucuronic acid, which is one monosaccharide unit in the repeating disaccharide units involved with the formation of glycosaminoglycans. Hyaluronic Acid and Glucuronic Acid are negatively charged molecules with high viscosity and are located primarily on the surface of cells and throughout the extracellular matrix (ECM).
Pharmaceutical Food Grade Rooster Comb
D-glucuronic and N-acetyl-D-glucosamine acids occur naturally in cell surfaces in the extracellular substances of connective tissue, synovial fluid of the joints, endobulbar fluid of the eye, human umbilical cord tissue and in Rooster Comb. H.A.95™ capsules contain 95% Hyaluronic Acid and 46% Glucuronic Acid. These two amino acid sugars work in synergy and are naturally sourced co-factors your body will recognize and utilize. Most importantly, HA95™ is the only pure food grade hyaluronic acid on the market today, not synthetically made in a laboratory out of bacterial fermentation.