Proven effect of collagen for hair and skin

 

Peptan collagen peptides are safe, bioactive peptides, optimized to be easily digested, bioavailable and effective in delivering specific benefits to skin tissue and hair strength. The tables show that hair strength increased by 13% after 90 days of use compared to placebo. After an equal period, wrinkles have also decreased by 13% around the eye and 10% around the mouth, compared to placebo. You could actually measure a big difference already after 45 days.
 


science supports

A new randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial shows that taking Peptan® collagen peptides does more than just smooth out wrinkles. The study provides strong scientific evidence that this supplement reduces the skin's pores and strengthens the hair already at lower doses than previously shown.

Collagen intake works in both short and long-term use for wound healing and reduced age signs in the skin. Collagen supplements also increase skin elasticity, hydration and dermal collagen density. It is safe to eat and without reported side effects. Further studies are needed to clearify medical use in skin barrier diseases such as atopic dermatitis.

 

 

scientific articles:
https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/nutricosmetics-market.html

https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/86/4/1225/4649573

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jocd.12174

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4206255

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30681787

 

 

health benefits of bovine collagen


1. Improves skin quality. Bovine collagen is an excellent natural skin care product! It helps to form elastin and other compounds in the skin that are responsible for maintaining the skin's youthful tone, structure and firmness. Collagen reduces wrinkle depth and other signs of aging.

2. Treat osteoarthritis. Research is ongoing on the effect of collagen on osteoarthritis, but there is already much evidence that bovine collagen hydrolyzate can help people with osteoarthritis. The arthrosis makes the cartilage stiff and inflexible and this in turn makes you more susceptible to injuries. Over time, the disease can cause the cartilage to be so depressed that severe pain occurs. Since the cartilage is made from collagen, a supplement gives an improved condition when the cartilage is built on.

3. Improves intestinal health. Collagen contains important amino acids that have proven beneficial to our entire gastrointestinal system. Studies show that one of the amino acids in collagen, glycine, improves digestion by increasing gastric acid.

4. Promotes better sleep. Studies have shown that glycine affects neurotransmitters in a way that promotes better quality sleep, making bovine collagen a natural sleep aid!

5. Builds muscle and repairs tissue. Bovine collagen is the best type to consume in terms of exercise and muscle recovery. Bovine collagen contains types 1 and 3, which are the types that support tendons and ligaments. By taking bovine collagen before and after exercise, you can help your body recover better and faster.


 

 
Can collagen protect your skin from the sun?

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Do you belong to those who do not want to use sunscreen due to all the added chemicals?

There are many natural ways to try to protect yourself from the sun's harmful UV radiation. One way is to eat fruits and vegetables becuse of its content of beta carotene and lycopene. Taking extra collagen supplements is another way to build up a defense in the skin.

What does collagen have to do with the summer sun? To understand the context, we need to take a look at how the skin is structured.

Our skin is our protection against external impact from microorganisms but also the sun's rays. UV rays penetrate deep into the skin and over time it damages the skin's collagen and elastin fibers, providing firmness, body and volume.

The skin consists of Epidermis, the outermost layer of the skin, Dermis (this is where most collagen is found) directly underneath and Hypodermis undermost (subcutaneous). When the UV rays pass through Epidermis, 95% of the UV rays are blocked. The remaining 5% is absorbed by the collagen found in the second layer, Dermis.

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body and acts as an "glue" that holds the body together (the word kòlla comes from Greek and means glue). However, the collagen in the body begins to reduce drastically at the age of 25.

If we have a lack of collagen, there is an overhanging risk of being burnt in the sun, which in turn leads to inflammation. Inflammation signals to the body to release enzymes that "chew" our collagen. This creates a cycle that makes us sensitive to wrinkle formation and skin changes. The good news is that a collagen supplement actually increases productions of the type of skin cells that are resistant to UV radiation.

This also means that a daily dose of collagen supplements will not only protect your skin from sun damage - but it will be a rebuild of the collagen that you already lost in the skin during sun exposure!

 

do you know the difference between supplements, functionalfood och nutraceuticals?

                                                                                                                                                        

Do you think it is unclear with these concepts and difficult to know what is what? In that case you are not alone, many people find it very confusing!

Here is a summary of what supplements, functional food and nutraceuticals are and the differences.

Supplements look like medicin but are made from foods, single nutrients or food-like substances to improve health.

Functional food looks like food and is modified for greater nutritional value. It is simply food with good properties that gives us better health. An example is beta-glucan in barley.

Nutraceuticals is a section of dietary supplements made only by health food in order to improve health. A Nutraceutical is a product that comes from foods in refined form. Nutraceuticals are usually not in the form of food but can be capsules, drops, tablets etc. The name comes from English 'nutrition' and 'pharmaceuticals' and thus suggests things you eat that work like medicin.

 

 

what can collagen do for your joints?

Collagen deficiency in the body can cause muscle aches and joint problems. By adding collagen to your body, you not only lubricate the joints and your joints are kept healthy and supple, but the body's own production of collagen is also stimulated.

Collagen has a good effect on pain and stiffness that can be caused by osteoarthritis. It provides increased mobility, improved joint function and also some new formation of cartilage tissue.

A thorough double-blind and placebo study has been conducted at a University of California USA on the effect of collagen on osteoarthritis of the knees. The following study shows clear positive effects: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26822714                       

 

 
Facts about substances in our products

MSM

MSM is a natural sulfur compound found in joints and collagen. If you use MSM, you add organic sulfur to your body which is good for everything from joint pain to skin problems, brittle nails and hair loss. Vitamin C improves the uptake and effect of MSM.

Glucosamine & Chondroitin

Glucosamine and chondroitin are naturally produced by the body in the cartilage. Here, they promote the production of connective tissue, which is reduced with age and when joints are loaded during exercise. A good way to relieve e.g. osteoarthritis is eating a supplement of glucosamine and chondroitin.

L-carnitine

L-carnitine is a unique amino acid that is only found in animal products and cannot be found in vegetable foods. L-carnitine is essential for the metabolism of fatty acids and it has proven useful for people with cardiovascular disease and for athletes.

turmeric

Turmeric is one of the strongest anti-inflammatory substances available! It has several healing properties and is a very powerful antioxidant that is ten times stronger than vitamins.

green tea

Green tea has a high content of the antioxidant polyphenols, which have proven to be good for the immune system and heart. Green tea protects against collagen breakdown and helps maintain firm and resilient skin.

vitamin d3

Vitamin D3 contributes to the normal function of the immune system, normal bone structure and to normal calcium levels in the blood.

vitamin b12

Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that you need to get through your diet or supplements because the body itself cannot produce it. B12 is very important for the brain, nervous system, mental health, blood formation and energy production in the body.

vitamin b5 - pantothenic acid

Vitamin b5, or pantothenic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin found in all cells. Pantothenic acid contributes to normal performance and skin quality.

vitamin b7 - biotin

Vitamin b7, or biotin, is a water-soluble vitamin that helps convert carbohydrates into glucose used to produce energy. Biotin is found in almost all types of food and is needed for healthy skin, hair, eyes and liver. The nervous system also helps biotin to function properly.

vitamin b6

Vitamin b6, also called pyridoxine, is essential for protein conversion and is important for e.g. the function of the nerves.

hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid is a body-specific substance with great water-binding capacity. Despite its name, it is not an acid, but a type of sugar called glycosaminoglucan. Hyaluronic acid works, among other things, as a moisturizing lubricant and shock absorbing filler material between elastic fibers in the skin such as e.g. collagen and elastane.

Silica

Silica, or silicon, is a trace element found naturally in the body. Silicon is needed to maintain a normal structure of connective tissue and collagen. It is an important component of your collagen and can be taken as a dietary supplement for the skin, hair and nails.

 

 

 

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