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Marine Collagen with Strawberry – 150g

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Tick100% Wild Caught Marine Collagen (150g)

TickDissolves easily in cold water

TickNo fishy taste or smell

TickDelicious strawberry flavour and taste

Tick Real Strawberry for added natural vitamin C

Tick Zero Added Sugar

Tick Sweetened naturally with Stevia

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Marine Collagen with Real Strawberry for Healthy Skin

 

This beauty formula designed to support collagen production, natural connective tissue structure and skin function. Collagen makes up 75% of our skin and degenerates from our mid 20s onwards. This beauty blend contains Type I & III Collagen which is 90% absorbed by the human body compared to Bovine Collagen which is less absorbed.

 

Fight the signs of ageing and enhance your hair, skin and nails with Whey Direct Raspberry Collagen.

✓  100% wild caught marine collagen

✓  Real Strawbery fruits for an adequate amount of vitamin C the body needs to absorb the collagen

✓  Supports hair, skin and nail health

✓  Improves skin clarity, smoothness and Elasticity

✓  Thickens and strengthens nails

✓  Restores volume and shine to hair

✓  Highly bioavailable form of Collagen

✓  Sustainably sourced

✓ Suitable for daily use

✓  Contains no gluten, wheat, additives or preservatives
     

OUR BEST VALUES

 

       All information is given per serving (10g)

 


PURE GLOW. FRUITY FRESH. 

 

Marine Collagen

✓  Supports hair, skin and nail health

✓ Improves Skin Elasticity

✓ Helps build muscle and burn fat

 

Strawberry

✓  Real Strawberry Powder

✓ Contain strong antioxidants such as
Vitamin C, quercetin & gallic acid

✓ Helps collagen synthesis in the body


NUTRITIONAL INFO

Nutritional Information  
Marine Collagen
with Strawberry
30g 100g
Energy (Kj) 42 4194
Calories (kcal) 17 1704
Protein (g) (as is) 5.2 518
Total Fat (g) 0 0
Saturated Fat (g) 0 0
Carbohydrates (g) 0.8 79
- Of which Sugars (g) 0.5 51.6
Sodium (mg) 0.6 60
Calcium (mg) 0 0
Potassium (mg) 0 0
Dietary Fibres 3 309

 

 

NOTE

A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are essential.

 


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

We use only premium marine collagen from wild caught fish. Marine Collagen consists of smaller peptides (pieces of protein) than bovine collagen and it has a 1.5 times better absorption rate in the  human body compared to bovine collagen. Magnesium is essential to every cell in the body, including muscle & bone health, energy production & stress response. It is important to boost magnesium when you are active to help reduce tiredness & fatigue & support healthy nerve & muscle function. It is also important to boost collagen because it is the joint protein in the body that contributes to a valuable “cushioning” matrix for healthy joint function. Collagen levels, however, can decrease over time through regular exercise & physical activity as well as with age – affecting joint function.
Marine collagen is absorbed up to 1.5 times more efficiently into the body and has superior bioavailability over bovine or porcine collagens.

Fish collagen’s ability to be more easily absorbed by our bodies is thanks to its lower molecular weight and size, which allows the collagen to be absorbed at a higher level through the intestinal barrier into the bloodstream and carried throughout the body. This leads to collagen synthesis in the joint tissues, bones, skin dermis and many other essential body systems. Since we don’t tend to eat the parts of the fish containing collagen (mainly skin and scales), supplementing with marine collagen is the next best thing.

Strawberry contain strong antioxidants such as Vitamin C, quercetin and gallic acid that fight against cancer, heart and circulatory disease and age-related decline. The antioxidant properties of vitamin C and its role in collagen synthesis make vitamin C a vital molecule for skin health.
It is important to understand that collagen drinks, do not add the collagen peptides you drink directly to the dermis, but rather the collagen peptides act as a feedback mechanism to trigger your own natural collagen production.

It’s believed that the presence of the collagen fragments sends false signals to the body, indicating that collagen destruction has occurred. This stimulates the collagen-producing cells, called fibroblasts, to produce more of your own natural collagen.

To put it simply, no. Our collagen is actually not vegetarian, because it is derived from fish.