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Collagen for Mental Health

Collagen for Mental Health

Fosters Sharp Focus and Mental Resilience

Nurture Your Mind with Mental Health Support

Seize Control of Your Mental Wellness Journey with Our Cognitive Support Supplements.

Collagen's Impact on Mental Wellness

Discover the transformative potential of collagen for mental health. While often associated with skin and joint health, collagen also plays a crucial role in supporting cognitive function and emotional well-being.

The role of collagen in mental health

One of the key reasons collagen may be helpful for mental health and wellbeing is that it plays a role in supporting theoverallhealth of your brain. Research indicates collagen has the capacity to protect brain cells against amyloid-beta proteins. These are the nasty things that arewidelybelieved to cause Alzheimer’s disease.Studies are ongoing, but there is plenty of evidence that collagen has various brain-supporting benefits.What's more, some of the other health benefits it offers could beadvantageousto your mental wellbeing.

Collagen mental health improvements: exercise

There is a strong consensus in the mental health community that engaging in exercise is fundamental to good mental wellbeing. People who suffer from depression, anxiety and various mental illnesses often share the common thread not being physically active. For many, this is down to issues like stiff or sore joints, low energy levels, poor gut/heart health and more. One of the widely reported benefits of collagen supplements is that they help people in being more active.

Collagen can reduce physical pain and improve mental wellbeing

Physical health issues can significantly impact mental health, and vice versa. Growing consumer understanding of this relationship has driven interest in nutritional interventions that support active lifestyles, healthy ageing, and quicker recovery from injury. Collagen peptides have attracted a great deal of attention of late for their purported positive impact on tissue health.

Piece of the puzzle in improving overall mental wellness.


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Frequently Asked Question

What is Collagen?

Collagen makes up about one-third of the protein in our body. It’s what keeps our skin supple, hair shiny, nails strong and joints moving freely. In fact, up to 75% of our skin is made up of collagen – it’s a major component of the integrity of the outer extracellular matrix (aka what gives you smooth, healthy and glowing skin).

Collagen can also be found in bones, teeth, tendons, blood vessels, cartilage and even in our digestive tract. It’s a pretty amazing protein and essential to keeping us strong and healthy.

What are Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides?

Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides are “normal” collagen proteins that have been broken down into shorter chains of amino acids, making them more easily absorbed by the body.

Is collagen safe for pregnant and nursing mothers?

Yes, our collagen is perfectly safe for both pregnant and nursing mothers. If you do have any specific individual concerns we suggest seeking the advice of your local general practitioner.

How many grams of collagen should I take?

We recommend taking 10-15 grams of collagen per day for visible results. Up to 30 grams per day is advised for fast-tracked results.

However, even 5 grams of collagen per day has been shown to produce beneficial results to an individual's overall health and wellbeing when taken over a sustained period.

How long should I take Collagen for?

As you age, your body’s ability to produce collagen diminishes. Taking a collagen supplement helps to boost these natural collagen stores.

We recommend taking collagen continuously for the best results and to maintain a healthy lifestyle.