Why does our Beauty and Bone Marine Collagen have type I and III collagen?

Created by Support Team, Modified on Tue, 29 Aug 2023 at 03:06 PM by Support Team

Marine Collagen offers a substantial protein content of 9.4 grams per serving, along with 8 out of the 9 essential amino acids. What sets fish collagen apart from collagen derived from sources like bovine or porcine is its elevated levels of essential amino acids, particularly Glycine and Proline, which facilitate quicker absorption into the body. Fish collagen peptides consist of two prominent collagen types, namely Type I and Type III (type 10 is far less common). These collagen types confer various advantages, such as fostering the growth of healthy hair and nails, enhancing skin suppleness and moisture retention, as well as promoting joint well-being, functional mobility, and bone robustness.

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