BENEFITS OF NOBL COLLAGEN PEPTIDES.
- helps to slow down skin aging (preserves skin moisture and elasticity);
- helps to improve the quality of the skin during slimming (helps to maintain the elasticity of the skin);
- combined with physical activity and a balanced diet can help reduce cellulite;
- improves the condition of hair;
- improves the condition of nails;
- can help slow down cartilage wear and maintain healthy joints.
One of the key questions we answer especially often is - Can your collagen be added / consumed with coffee?
Definitely so! And most of our consumers will say that it makes coffee even tastier and gives it the desired whiteness.
How else can I use NOBL Collagen?
Many just dissolve it in water. One teaspoon in a glass of water. Due to its excellent solubility properties, it spreads perfectly in a glass of water. Your food? - Why not? This can be a great addition to your morning porridge.
ABOUT NOBL COLLAGEN
As much as 30% of the total protein in the body is collagen protein. Up to 70% of skin, hair, nails and almost 100% of connective tissue are collagen. It practically keeps us: from scalp hair, every inch of skin to joint mobility. For this reason, collagen peptides are called a new “must have” in the health and beauty community.
When we reach the age of 25, collagen production in the body decreases. When the body slows down the production of collagen, it is first reflected in the skin: the skin loses elasticity and moisture.
NOBL collagen peptides are pure collagen protein that does not contain (sweeteners, dyes, minerals). Collagen powder is made from bovine skin, so it has an unearthly taste and smell. Perfectly soluble in both cold and warm water.
100% collagen peptides
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW WHEN CHOOSING COLLAGEN?
First and foremost, the product must meet your expectations - that is, taste, solubility, and most importantly - effect, or in other words, effect.
From a scientific point of view, it is important to mention the misunderstanding about the types of collagen - which are often speculated by employers. The often asked question "what is the type of collagen" may not always be answered, because the types of collagen are not secreted in the product itself (yes - the product has no types), but in the human body. Collagen can be described as connective tissue. E.g. The first type of collagen compounds are in the compounds of Bones, Skin, Cornea, Vascular, Tendon, etc. The basic breakdown is perfectly presented in the table below.
(Goonoo, Nowsheen & Bhaw-Luximon, A. & Jhurry, Dhanjay. (2014). In vitro and in vivo cytocompatibility of electrospun nanofiber scaffolds for tissue engineering applications. RSC Advances. 4. 10.1039 / C4RA05218H)
But really, the Collagen family consists of 28 types with at least one triple helical axis. Collagens are found in the intercellular matrix, where most of them form supermolecular compounds. The four types of collagen are type II membrane proteins, which also exist in soluble form, secreting from the cell surface. So the answer to the question of what collagen is - in the vast majority of cases, it will be II. Collagen plays structural roles and contributes to the mechanical properties, organization, and shape of tissues. They interact with cells through several receptor families and regulate their proliferation, migration, and differentiation. The tissue distribution of some collagens is limited, and hence the specific biological functions.
Now that you know significantly more about collagen and its types, it is also important to know that collagen (or more accurately called “collagens”) plays important structural roles in our body and affects the mechanical properties of tissues, influencing their structure and shape. They interact with cells through multiple receptor chains and regulate their proliferation, migration, and differentiation. The tissue distribution of some collagens is limited, as are their specific biological functions. This is one of the main reasons why supplemental collagen is used in the form of food supplements.
Adapted from: "Ricard-Blum S. The collagen family. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol. 2011; 3 (1): a004978. Published 2011 Jan 1. doi: 10.1101 / cshperspect.a004978"
WHAT TIME WILL I FEEL / SEE THE EFFECTS OF COLLAGEN?
The effects of collagen supplements can take from a few weeks, often up to four to six weeks. For some, the period after which you can start to see / feel the effects of collagen. Results will vary as they will depend on a variety of factors. Natural increase in collagen through food sources and nutrients is an effective way to accelerate the action of collagen supplements.
2 teaspoons (10 g) per day. Mix with water, juice or other beverage. Can be used at any time of the day.
Pack size of 200 g (20 servings).