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BioCell Collagen – Feed your skin and joints

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BioCell Collagen for Joint, Skin and Connective Tissue Health

Intrinsic aging produces many physiological changes that affect how the body looks and feels which depends, at least in part, upon the structural integrity of the connective tissue in joints, skin, tendons, ligaments, bones, and blood vessels. Connective tissue, which is primarily composed of collagen, glycosaminoglycans (GAGs), and proteoglycans, binds all of the organs and other tissues of the body. Aging gradually weakens the connective tissue by depleting collagen and GAG accumulation, and by UV initiated photo-damage and other lifestyle risk factors such as smoking or chronic exposure to environmental pollutants.

Nutraceuticals have been used for several decades to ameliorate the physiological degradation of connective tissue, associated with a decline in s ...



 

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