Granite Supplements Collagen Now Available!
What Is Collagen?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body. It provides structure to your bones, connective tissues, muscles, hair, skin, nails, teeth, and organs. After the age of 25, the body’s production of collagen slows. We can curb this natural decline by consuming hydrolyzed collagen and effectively restoring collagen levels in the body.
There are multiple types of collagen, we’ve focused on 5 of them in our formulation.
- Type I. Accounts for 90% of the body’s collagen. It provides structure to skin, bones, tendons, connective tissue, and teeth.
- Type II. Found in cartilage around joints.
- Type III. Supports the structure of muscles, organs, gut, and arteries.
- Type V. Essential for Types I and III to form optimally.
- Type X. Critical to bone density.
Where Does Collagen Come From?
Our ingredients are sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine, wild Alaskan pollack, chickens, and eggshell membrane. This four-origin land and sea approach brings the highest quality collagen types for full-spectrum effectiveness.
How Does Collagen Support Our Body?
Because collagen makes up so many critical parts of our bodies, it is essential to maintaining good health.
Stronger Bones & Joints
As we age, bones become more brittle. Full spectrum collagen aids the body in producing new bone and increasing bone density. Collagen also strengthens connective joint tissues for better mobility & flexibility.
Healthy Hair, Skin & Nails
Eventually, collagen depletion results in brittle hair and nails, and sagging skin. Studies have shown that full spectrum collagen improves skin hydration and elasticity, increases hair thickness and quantity, and improves nail strength.
A combination of collagen peptides and strength training can aid muscle mass and strength. Additionally, collagen is full of glycine which helps burn fat while you sleep and promotes muscle recovery.
Collagen is an essential component for restoring the gut lining which brings balance to the gut biome. Marine collagen is especially critical for gut health.