Hydrolysed Marine Collagen
A natural protein and a key building block of cartilage.
Collagen literally holds your body’s tissues and cells together. It’s the largest structural component of cartilage and connective tissue – maintaining their proper structure, strength, and integrity. But over time it reduces in quantity within your body.
Type 1 collagen is the primary building block for human skin and cartilage. Hydrolysed Marine Collagen contains more Type 1 collagen than other sources. (Hydrolysation breaks down the collagen into peptides, which are more easily absorbed by the body.) Which is why we use it.
Helps support the body’s defence and immune system.
Ginger as a dietary supplement has long been considered a vital ingredient in Ayurvedic, Unani and Chinese herbal medicines.
A key building blocks in the growth, repair and maintenance of cartilage.
As glycosaminoglycans, it effectively operates as a shock absorber and lubricant in your body.
It’s also an important part of the hexosamine biosynthesis pathway, which ultimately leads to the creation of glycosaminoglycans, proteoglycans, and glycolipids. Together with collagen, proteoglycans and proteins help form cartilage.
Hyaluronic acid is one of the key components in articular cartilage.
Articular cartilage is the substance at the end of bones where they connect to one another forming joints. It allows bones to glide over one another smoothly.
Contributes to the maintenance of normal bones
A mineral vital for the proper functioning of the body. Your body is not able to make it, so you need to obtain it from your diet. Magnesium is important for many processes including regulating muscle and nerve function, blood pressure and sugar levels and making protein and bone.
Contributes to the normal function of bones and cartilage.
Joint Care Powder contains vitamin C which supports your body’s natural collagen production.
Clinical research has linked nutrients working better when in combination, such as vitamin C and collagen because vitamin C is a key ingredient in the process known as hydroxylation. A process which helps stabilise your body's natural collagen and helps it to be used more efficiently.
Contributes to the maintenance of normal connective tissue.
Copper is an antioxidant which contributes to the maintenance of normal connective tissue and to normal energy-yielding metabolism.