Type 1 Hydrolyzed Collagen Proteins
Collagen Peptides Dulàc is a Collagen peptides powder supplement enriched with Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C.
Collagen and hyaluronic acid are among the major components of skin, cartilage (including joint cartilage) and tendons. Vitamin C, on the other hand, contributes collagen for cartilage, blood vessels, and bone.
The supplement is high in protein (18g per serving), contains no additives, and has a neutral taste so you can mix the powder with water, drinks, and food without affecting the flavor.
The scoop measuring spoon is included in the package: two per day will help you compensate for poor dietary intake or increased nutrient requirements.
Certified GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices), Gluten-free and naturally lactose-free. Hydrolyzed Bovine Collagen Type I.
- Made in Italy
- Rapid absorption
- Hyaluronic Acid
It is recommended to take 2 scoops per day, equal to 20g of product, dissolved in 250ml of water or other beverage. Measuring cup included.
HYDROLYZED BOVINE COLLAGEN, VITAMIN C (L-ASCORBIC ACID), SODIUM HYALURONATE.
Hydrolyzed collagen type 1 (from bovine), 20g per serving
This is one of the most abundant proteins in the human body (it accounts for about 30% of the body's total protein content) and is found primarily in the skin, bones, tendons, and connective tissue in general.
As we grow and age, collagen production in the body slows down: it appears that the content of this protein in the skin and throughout the body begins to decline by 1-1.5% per year from the age of 20.
In addition, certain factors, e.g., menopause, pregnancy, use of certain medications, and more, promote the consumption of collagen.
Hydrolyzed collagen, thus undergoing hydrolysis, is reduced into tiny protein particles in order to promote its absorption.
It is among the major components of skin, connective tissue, and synovial fluid, a lubricating fluid that protects joints from wear and tear.
About 50% oof the hyaluronic acid in the human body is found in the skin, to which it provides hydration, softness, firmness and elasticity.
Like collagen, hyaluronic acid also gradually decreases with advancing years. This is one reason why, as we age, wrinkles begin to appear and the skin is less firm, less elastic and drier.
This is a very powerful antioxidant involved, among many functions, in collagen biosynthesis. In particular, it contributes to the formation of collagen for the normal function of cartilage, bone, and blood vessels.