Adding Mitchells Nutrition Collagen to your daily health habits, you might notice you might outwardly notice the benefits in your skin, hair, and nails, but being a key component of connective tissue, it’s working to help maintain the structure, integrity, and strength of all tissues within the body too!
You can think of collagen as the glue that holds us together, it’s one of the most important proteins in the human body. As we age, collagen production and the body’s ability to regenerate it begins to decline after the age of about 25years young. This contributes to the aging processes that might appear as looser skin or wrinkles, tendon injuries, and joint and mobility changes. You can’t go wrong topping up your collagen intake!