Collagen Protein 

Collagen is found in connective tissue, skin, tendons, bones, and cartilage. It provides structural support to tissues and plays important roles in cellular processes, including

  • tissue repair
  • immune response
  • cellular communication
  • cellular migration, a process necessary for tissue maintenance

Connective tissue cells called fibroblasts produce and maintain collagen. As people grow older, their collagen becomes fragmented, fibroblast function becomes impaired, and collagen production slows.

These changes, along with the loss of another key structural protein called elastin, lead to signs of aging such as sagging skin and wrinkles. As you age, your collagen production naturally declines. Additionally, collagen becomes fragmented and more loosely distributed.

These changes lead to the characteristic signs of aging, such as wrinkles and dry, sagging skin. The integrity of the collagen found in the skeletal system decreases with age as well, leading to reductions in bone strength. One of the most popular uses of collagen supplements is to support skin health.

Collagen also helps In supporting the connective tissues in the joints and bones. It has even been shown to improve gut health and support lean muscle tissue.  This type I & III Collagen formula from Driven Nutrition effectively delivers the building blocks to vibrant, youthful-looking hair, skin, and nails.

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