What is Marine Collagen?
For anyone thinking... "what in the world is Collagen?", let's talk about collagen in general.
Collagen is the body's MOST abundant form of protein.
Our bodies can create our own collagen, BUT our body's natural collagen production starts to decline when you hit the age of 25.
THIS decline leads to the slow ageing process and the on-set of fine lines and wrinkles you start to see!
LUCKILY, Protein World have just released a range of flavours of Marine Collagen Peptides!
What’s the Difference Between Regular Collagen and Marine Collagen?
There is only ONE major difference between Collagen Peptides and Marine Collagen = their source.
Collagen Peptides are sourced from Bovine, while Marine Collagen is source from non-GMO white fish.
What are the similarities between the two?
- They are both powders that are easily soluble in liquids
- They both can come unflavoured and odourless
- They both provide the same benefits to skin, hair and nails
Is Marine Collagen Good for You?
Marine Collagen is a great supplement. Collagen – no matter the source – is a great addition to your diet if you’re looking to up your collagen intake.
Our Social Media Manager, Aleena Khusro, adds Marine Collagen to her daily morning coffee! Here's what she has to say about it:
"I haven't quite hit the 25 mark yet, but I use Marine Collagen everyday as an ageing preventative measure. I put 1 scoop in my morning coffee and 1 scoop in my afternoon coffee. I always take a MAXIMUM of 2 scoops a day."
How to Use Marine Collagen
We recommend taking 1-2 scoops of Marine Collagen.
Mix it into your morning Coffee, Smoothies, Shakes...whatever your heart desires.
What Does Marine Collagen Do?
Marine collagen helps support hair, skin and nails beauty.
Around the age of 25, our bodies begin to produce less and less collagen, making this offering a good supplement to help boost your collagen intake.
Marine Collagen for Skin
As the body's natural collagen production begins to decline after a certain age, this may cause the appearance of fine lines and wrinkly skin.
Although this is a natural process of life, Collagen can help ageing skin by keeping it firm, plump, hydrated and supple.
When Should I Take Marine Collagen?
The body’s natural collagen production starts to decline around the age of 25.
Marine collagen is easily digested and absorbed by the body.
So, to continue to support beautiful hair, skin and nails, 1-2 scoops a day is recommended to maximise these benefits!
Check out our brand New Marine Collagen Peptides, available in 3 flavors !
- Aleena Khusro
Senior Social Media Manager & Nutrition Specialist