What is an IIM cap

Absolute collagen mixture Peptan ® Type IIm caps.

What is Type 2 Collagen?

Collageen Peptan ® Type IImis preservative-free and comes from the trachea of ​​pigs. As a result, the collagen naturally contains glycosaminoglycans (GAGs), including chondroitin. Collagen is a protein that ensures the cohesion, elasticity and regeneration of all of our connective tissues including skin, tendons, ligaments, cartilage and bones. Type 1 collagen is the most abundant in our body (90%), but type 2 collagen is also an important component, especially for cartilage, which has a protective function. The human cartilage contains, among other things, type II collagen.Type 2 collagenis mainly found in the joints, intervertebral discs, larynx, windpipe, ribs and nose.

degeneration

Collagen is produced by our body until we are 25 years old when its production slowly declines. The decrease in collagen production is partly responsible for, among other things, the appearance of wrinkles, a decrease in muscle mass, and joint mobility.

 

Peptan ®

Due to its hydrolyzed * form, Peptan ® guarantees high purity and very high bioavailability. Peptan ® is the global brand for collagen peptides. It is specifically designed to provide many health and physiological benefits. Several scientific studies have proven the effectiveness of Peptan ® in supporting a healthy lifestyle.

Hydroly s ed collagen

“Hydrolyzed” means that it is broken down enzymatically, which also breaks down the collagen into smaller chains of amino acids called peptides. This facilitates and speeds up digestion and absorption in the small intestine.

Joints and bones

Collagen is the most important structural component of cartilage tissue and its integrity is vital to maintaining healthy and flexible joints. Bones are a dynamic tissue that is constantly subject to a balanced process of breakdown and renewal. This will keep them healthy and prevent breakages. 90% of our organic bone mass is made up of collagen. Collagen forms the organic framework of the bones in which minerals are deposited and also contributes to the flexibility and strength of the bones. Bones can deteriorate over time and this process can be accelerated by making certain lifestyle choices. * *

 

vitamin C

vitamin C contributes to collagen production and the function of cartilage, skin and bones. . *

Hyaluronic acid

The skin loses moisture as it ages, making your skin less firm and flexible. The special thing about hyaluronic acid is that it can store moisture. * This is important with regards to aging skin as healthy moisture levels are one of the most important qualities of youthful looking skin. In addition, hyaluronic acid supports the health of cartilage and joints. *

MSM

MSM (Methylsulfonymethane) is a naturally organic form of sulfur found throughout the body as well as in some fresh raw vegetables and fruits. It promotes proper joints, tendons and ligaments to function. * Supports a healthy body PH. * And can support the regeneration of our cartilage. *

Calcium and magnesium

The addition ofcalciumprovides good support for bone structure. * The addition ofmagnesiumcarries normal muscles * and normal bones functioning maintenance. * *

Contains Peptan ® Type IIm.

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