Marine or fish collagen is a type of collagen that is obtained either from the meat or from the scales of cold sea fish and primarily belongs to collagen type I or III. Research shows that marine collagen has a significantly better biological value, which means that it is better absorbed and used by our body. Marine collagen thus enters the blood faster from the intestines and replenishes the body’s collagen reserves.
In addition, marine collagen belongs to collagen type I, which means that it is the substrate for building strong and flexible connective tissues, bones and skin. It prevents the formation of sagging skin by supporting the body’s collagen production in the skin and reducing the loss of skin elasticity. The result is smoother, younger-looking skin.
In recent years, clinical studies have shown that collagen has medicinal properties that can help promote joint, tendon and ligament recovery and well-being in humans. The addition of certain vitamins such as magnesium, calcium and vitamin C and D3 give a strong antioxidant effect. This improves cellular hydration, reduces muscle spasms and improves the absorption of calcium and collagen, ensuring better preservation of bones and joints