Wild Salmon Collagen helps in collagen and connective tissue formation. Collagen is an essential part of joints and skin. Salmon Collagen has been shown to aid in achieving soft, smooth, and beautiful skin and contributes to the health of joint cartilage.
Collagen is the most important protein in the human body as it represents 30% of total body proteins and 70% of the proteins in the skin. Collagen acts as a buffer that protects cells from stress and thus maintains the elasticity of connective tissue, some of the most important being the ones in the composition of joint cartilage and skin. Fish collagen has a smaller molecule than bovine collagen and therefore can be absorbed and utilized more efficiently.
L-Lysine is an amino acid involved in collagen synthesis. Vitamin C assists in collagen formation.
Hydrolyzed Collagen - 200mg
(from wild harvested salmonids and other small marine fish)
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) - 50 mg