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What is Marine Collagen?

Marine Collagen is a form of protein which comes from fish skin, scales, and bones.  GenallocX Wild Caught Hydrolysed Marine Collagen Powder is made from the more expensive white fish skin, which makes it a superior product.  Marine Collagen consists almost entirely of Type 1 collagen, which is an important component of skin, bone, teeth, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia.


The white fish skins are broken down into smaller molecules.  A continued natural enzymatic process of Hydrolysation softens the original collagen bond and allows the release of Collagen Peptides, also known as Hydrolysed Collagen.


These peptides are bioactive, they can dissolve and are easily digested.  Once absorbed into the bloodstream they can travel around the body and influence activity of cells in multiple ways.


Marine collagen is the most environmentally sustainable source of collagen using much of the by-products of the fish processing industry.


Marine Collagen provides 8 out of 9 essential amino acids, including substantial amounts of glycine and proline which perform important functions throughout the body. Check out the nutrient values of our GenallocX Wild Caught Hydrolysed Marine Collagen Powder 

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