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SeaGarden Norwegian collagen has a positive effect on the appearance of skin, hair, nails and joint health.

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If the manufacturer of a collagen supplement describes on the packaging that it contains "fish collagen", then meh - not enough information. You don't know what kind of fish it is and where it comes from. You don't know what you're putting in your mouth.

And then the elbows (or is it fins?) are being pushed out by manufacturers who offer collagen from specific species of fish from certified sources - yass, you may nod. Among them is SeaGarden fish collagen.

With Ilona Krzak, MSc in pharmacy, we tested its effects on ourselves and looked the manufacturer straight into... fish eyes.

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From this article you will learn:

  • What SeaGarden collagen is.
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  • What distinguishes this collagen.
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  • What are the effects of fish collagen supplementation.
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  • How to supplement collagen to make it work.
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What is SeaGarden?

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SeaGarden is hydrolysed collagen from the skin of wild Atlantic cod. "Hydrolysed" means that the collagen has been broken down into small molecules - peptides, which are absorbed faster and better into the bloodstream.

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Imagine that your intestines are like a sieve through which you are trying to sift something. Gravel, i.e. large particles, won't pass through the small mesh, but if you pour in sand - or in our case, collagen peptides - they will pass through with no problem.
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Ilona Krzak.

Ilona Krzak Master of Pharmacy

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Wild Atlantic cod is a rich source of collagen - the 'protein of youth'. Collagen extracted from fish is well absorbed in the body because its structure is very similar to the collagen protein that humans produce. According to scientific studies, fish collagen is absorbed up to 1.5 times faster than bovine or porcine collagen and is less contaminated than themand.

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Look at the name

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Manufacturers variously call collagen extracted from fish skins or scales. If you see a dietary supplement described as: fish collagen, marine collagen, marine collagen or Norwegian collagen - it's the same thing, which is collagen extracted from fish.

What distinguishes SeaGarden fish collagen?

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It is worth betting on dietary supplements containing collagen straight from Norway. It is distinguished by:

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High quality collagen source

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The wild Atlantic cod from which collagen is derived is a great, natural source of collagenand.

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Atlantic sea bream is one of the best studied fish with relatively low levels of methylmercury contamination.
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Ilona Krzak.

Ilona Krzak Master of Pharmacy

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The 2020 study involved 137 pregnant women. They were divided into two groups. In one, the subjects consumed 400 g of cod fillet per week. In the other group, the women ate their standard diet unchanged. After 4 months, methylmercury levels were measured in the hair of the women under study - they increased slightlyand.

Magister of Pharmacy comments:

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Pregnant women's diet with an intake of 400 g of cod per week slightly increased methylmercury concentrations, but, importantly, did not lead to an exceedance of the safe reference dose for this substance.

Low molecular weight

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The raw material from Norway is characterised by a low molecular weight of 3 kDa, thanks to a process of hydrolysis and breakdown of collagen into peptides. This results in SeaGarden being absorbed faster and better into the bloodstreamand.

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Smaller molecules can pass through the intestinal barrier in the body much more easily than larger molecules. This makes it easier and increases the amount of the ingredient - in this case collagen - which diffuses more efficiently through the body.
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Ilona Krzak Master of Pharmacy

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Certificates

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SeaGarden collagen is certified:

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  • FSSC 22000 - demonstrates proven food safety management practices in the production processand.
  • MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) - certifies that fish is sustainably caught, as well as legally and reliably sourced and correctly labelled .
  • Kosher - confirms that followers of the Jewish faith can safely consume this product.
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  • Halal - refers to products and practices that follow the religious guidelines of Muslims .
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In addition, SeaGarden participates in the SMETA 4 Pillars responsible sourcing audit. A credible manufacturer likes to boast about its certificates and certifications, which adds to its credibility.

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The MSC certification is particularly important - it demonstrates the legality of sourcing raw material from fish, its high quality and its respect for the marine ecosystem.
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Ilona Krzak.

Ilona Krzak Master of Pharmacy

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Clean formulation

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Laboratory studies confirm that SeaGarden fish collagenand:

  • is GMO-free,
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  • contains no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives,
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  • has low heavy metal content,
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The best dietary supplements should have a pure raw material, but unfortunately by artificial flavours or colourings you can spoil a pretty nice preparation base and provide yourself with substances that we don't need.
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Ilona Krzak.

Ilona Krzak Master of Pharmacy

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Enjoyable supplementation

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Drinkable collagen supplements (e.g. Natu.Care Collagen Premium) have plenty of positive reviews for convenient and tasty supplementation. The sachets are practical, the powder dissolves well and you can take it with you anywhere.

SeaGarden features a mild taste and no fishy smell. As a result, you won't have a grimace on your face when drinking collagen, and you can add the dissolving powder to many meals - such as cocktails, desserts, oatmeal, and even tasty dishes.

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Effects of using fish collagen

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Regular supplementation with fish collagen will positively affect your appearance and health. What effects can you expect?"

Fish collagen:

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Increases skin hydration

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The condition of the skin should be taken care of from within. Fish collagen supplementation canand:

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  • reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles,
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  • reduce the feeling of skin tightness,
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  • improve skin elasticity and firmness,
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The 2017 clinical trials involved 20 women aged 40-55 years. They supplemented with fish collagen for eight weeks. The results showed that collagen significantly increased the women's skin hydration levels by an average of 34.8%and.

You may be wondering - what about collagen creams? Remember - skin should be taken care of from within first. Collagen creams, unfortunately, will not give the same results as supplementation with the youth protein. A cosmetologist explains:

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Collagen in cream form only has a superficial effect. The collagen molecule is too large for the holes in the skin and will not penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin. Topically, it can give you a feeling of hydration and elasticity, but there is no chance of making up for collagen deficiency by using collagen creams.
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Catherine Srebr.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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When you do treat yourself to collagen, buy a good facial moisturiser with ingredients that will realistically support your complexion - for example, with ceramides, hyaluronic acid or vitamin C.

Improves the appearance of skin

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The right amount of collagen fibers in your bodyand:

A 2017 review of scientific studies, which included 11 papers by researchers, suggests that regular supplementation with a minimum of 2.5g of hydrolysed fish collagen for 8-24 weeks can increase skin elasticity, skin hydration levels and dermal collagen densityand.

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Strengthens nails

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Collagen is the building block of the nail plate and provides support for their structure . Fish collagen supplementation can be helpful if your nails are in poor condition.

Recent scientific research suggests that fish collagen :

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  • strengthens the nail plate, which may help to reduce splitting, brittleness and breakage,
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  • can accelerate nail growth,
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  • helps maintain the healthy appearance and elasticity of nails, and reduces the appearance of pitting, unevenness or discolouration,
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Influences the condition of the scalp and hair

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Your hair is made up mainly of keratin. It is the protein that gives them structure and protects them from damageand. The body uses several amino acids to build keratin, some of which you'll find in collagen, such as proline or lysine .

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After collagen and other proteins are ingested, the body breaks them down into amino acids, which are used to build new proteins and compounds.
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Ilona Krzak.

Ilona Krzak Master of Pharmacy

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What gives fish collagen for hairand?

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  • Gives them a strong structure.
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  • Prevents damage to the hair shaft.
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  • Reduces damage to the hair follicle.
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  • May slow down the graying process.
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  • May prevent hair thinning.
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  • Improves skin condition by increasing skin hydration.
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Beautiful hair is not just about a supple hair shaft. It's also the scalp - a nourished scalp is a conducive environment for hair growth.
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Ilona Krzak.

Ilona Krzak Master of Pharmacy

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Provides support for joints, muscles and bones

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Collagen is also a great support for your musculoskeletal system to keep you active and not feeling restricted in your movement for as long as possible. Starting fish collagen supplementation early enough canand:

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Collagen deficiency can lead to cartilage destruction and insufficient joint synovial production. This often results in joint pain and stiffness. Such a condition can also lead to osteoarthritis.
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Ilona Krzak.

Ilona Krzak Master of Pharmacy

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How to use collagen to make it work

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Choosing a good collagen supplement is half the battle. The other half is the right amount of collagen and systematics. Based on scientific studies, we can determine what daily portion is safe and optimal and when you will see the first effects.

Recommended daily dose

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Taking fish collagen peptides has positive effects on the skin as low as 2.5 g per day. A double serving - 5 g can work faster, and 10-15 g is additionally a solid support for the musculoskeletal systemand. But remember - regularity and a daily supply of youth protein is key.

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Taking collagen every few days, irregularly or 'catching up' on your daily portion does not make sense. The body needs a regular supply of collagen.
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Ilona Krzak.

Ilona Krzak Master of Pharmacy

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When will I see results?

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Collagen supplementation requires patience and time. You'll see the best results on your own skin (literally) after a minimum of 4-12 weeks of regular treatment (don't worry about when exactly you drink collagen, focus on doing it daily)and.

Make a habit of systematic supplementation - for example, establish that you drink collagen after breakfast or add it to your afternoon smoothie. This way, you will see its effects sooner.

I recommend you take photos before and after 4, 8 and 12 weeks of supplementation. Immortalise, for example, the wrinkles around your eyes, on your forehead, your nail plate. Believe me, it's cool to see the difference. Later in this article you will see the effects of fish collagen in other women.

Who is SeaGarden for?

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Consider fish collagen if you want to:

  • reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles,
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  • improve skin elasticity and tone,
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  • increase skin hydration levels,
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  • reduce the appearance of cellulite,
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  • improve the condition of hair,
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  • strengthen the nail plate and accelerate nail growth,
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  • support joint, muscle and bone health,
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  • you are looking for dietary supplements based on pure raw material, the extraction of which does not interfere with the marine ecosystem and cares for the environment.

Nature can be cruel

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Around 25 years of age your body's natural collagen production begins to decline. The first wrinkles appear and your skin loses its firmness. Therefore, at this age, it is worth considering collagen supplementation to slow down this processand.

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Contraindications

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The main contraindications to the use of collagen areand:

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  • hypersensitivity to the active ingredient in the preparation,
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  • sensitivity to fish and seafood,
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  • pregnancy and breastfeeding,
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  • chronic diseases (e.g. kidney, liver)
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If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, advise your doctor before starting collagen supplementation. The effect of collagen on the mother-to-be and the foetus is unknown, as there are no human studies.
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Ilona Krzak.

Ilona Krzak Master of Pharmacy

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Note that some dietary supplements containing fish collagen may contain other active ingredients that are not recommended during pregnancy, such as vitamin A.

See also: Collagen contraindications

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Side effects

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The use of fish collagen supplements is safe and rarely causes side effectsand. The appearance of side effects is usually related to hypersensitivity to animal protein or allergiesand.

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Side effects such asand may occur:

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  • abdominal pain,
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  • diarrhoea,
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  • constipation,
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  • nausea,
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Unpleasant symptoms should pass after discontinuing the dietary supplement or reducing the daily portion.

SeaGarden collagen - reviews + photos

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Collagen has improved the condition of my skin, most notably on my head. I stopped having irritated scalp after washing my hair with drugstore shampoo. Usually after washing on the second day I had itching and then dandruff. What was my surprise when I noticed this was gone. After years of searching for the right shampoo, it turned out that it was the collagen. My skin became noticeably tighter, less saggy and not as oily.
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Ilona Krzak.

Ilona Krzak Master of Pharmacy

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It's never too late for collagen - my skin is in great shape and I hear many compliments about a radiant and healthy complexion. Collagen also supports my joints, I am free to run wild with my grandchildren!
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Ewa Rżysko.

Ewa Rżysko@eve_lamour_est_bleu

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My skin has improved by far, redness has reduced. I also noticed after about 4 weeks that I have stronger nails and longer eyelashes.
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Katarzyna Kośnik.

Katarzyna Kośnik

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Much better condition of nails, they have become shiny and the polish lasts longer. Previously they were always splitting and now they finally look healthy.
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Oksana Piven.

Oksana Piven

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Effects of supplementation with Natu.Care Premium Collagen

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Summary

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  • SeaGarden is hydrolysed collagen from wild Atlantic cod.
  • Hydrolysed collagen from wild Atlantic cod.
  • Hydrolysis means that the collagen has been broken down into small molecules - peptides, which are absorbed into the bloodstream faster and better.
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  • The Norwegian collagen manufacturer has numerous certifications confirming the quality of the raw material, good production practices that support sustainable fishing.
  • Regular drinking of fish collagen can improve the condition and appearance of hair, skin, nails and musculoskeletal system.
  • Recommended collagens from SeaGarden include Natu.Care Collagen Premium 5000 mg, mango-maracuja and Natu.Care Collagen Premium 5000 mg, cacao.
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FAQ

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. What kind of collagen do you recommend?.

We recommend the dietary supplement Natu.Care Collagen Premium. The product contains 5,000 or 10,000 mg of fish collagen hydrolysate, and the quality is confirmed by independent laboratory testing. In addition, collagen is enriched with vitamin C, which supports the natural production of collagen and enhances its absorption.

. What is the best-absorbed collagen according to research?.

Highly absorbable collagen is, for example, fish collagen hydrolysate (a.k.a. sea collagen, marine collagen or norwegian collagen). It has been broken down into small particles - peptides, which are more quickly and efficiently absorbed into the bloodstream. Fish collagen is structurally closest to human collagen, which also contributes to higher bioavailability.

. Fish or bovine collagen - which is better?.

Both types of collagen are good sources of it, but fish collagen is structurally more similar to human collagen, so its absorbability is incomparably higher than beef collagen. Unless you are allergic to fish and seafood, this type of collagen should be your first choice for supplementation if you are hoping for faster and better results.

. How long can you drink collagen? .

Collagen can be drunk daily if you take it in reasonable daily doses and have no collagen contraindications.

. What is better collagen to drink or in capsules?.

Drinkable collagen is better than collagen in tablets (capsules) because it has better bioavailability, is absorbed more quickly into the bloodstream and can contain a higher daily dose of collagen per serving. It is also a more convenient form of supplementation, not requiring the swallowing of capsules, sometimes as many as six per day.

. What is better collagen or hyaluronic acid?.

Both collagen and hyaluronic acid are important for skin appearance and musculoskeletal health. Collagen is found in skin cells, while acid is found in membranes and intercellular spaces.

They have different roles, but complement each other perfectly. Drinking collagen and hyaluronic acid is a nourishing combination for the skin, so it is a good idea to drink them at the same time during supplementation.

. What are the symptoms of collagen deficiency?.

Collagen deficiency has no typical symptoms and no single way of diagnosis. Symptoms indicative of too little of this protein are most often: wrinkles and fine lines, brittle nails, weakened hair, pain in joints, tendons, muscles and ligaments, injuries and slower recovery.

. When to start collagen supplementation?.

Natural collagen synthesis begins to decline after age 25, so it is worth considering supplementation at this age. By doing so, the skin's ageing process can be slowed down, and already formed wrinkles and fine lines can be reduced.

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