Multi-Source Collagen Peptides
Multi-Source Collagen Peptides

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Multi-Source Collagen Peptides

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Not all collagen products are created equal

Collagen is found extensively throughout the body, playing a critical role in the composition and function of various tissues. In a nutshell, collagen helps form the foundation of our skin, bones, hair, nails and connective tissues. It is the glue that holds everything together.

People often consider collagen as the fountain of youth, as it unfortunately diminishes with age. When collagen declines, our skin, hair and joints start showing those tell-tale signs of aging. For this reason, collagen supplementation has become increasingly popular. But keep in mind that not all collagen supplements are created equal.

Here are four things you should know about collagen: 

1. Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body. Collagen can be found in our muscles, teeth, muscles, cartilage, tendons and ligaments and in the lining of our arteries, organs and intestines. Collagen makes up: 

  • 25-35% of your body's overall protein content
  • 75% of the skin
  • 90% of the protein in bone

2. Collagen gets depleted as we age. Collagen production begins to decline in our mid-to-late 20s and early 30s. After that, we start losing collagen at a rate of 1% per year. This reduction is why skin sags and wrinkles appear the older we get. It is why our hair and nails change over time and why our bones and joints get stiff. Here is a breakdown by age:

  • By 25, we start losing 1% of collagen production
  • 50, we have lost an estimated 25% of our body's collagen. 
  • By 75, that number climbs to 50%. 

The rate of decline in collagen production can vary from person to person, and it depends on multiple factors, including genetics, overall health and environmental influences, such as sun exposure, smoking and poor diet. 

3. Collagen has many benefits. The main ones we are most focused on here are its ability to support hair, skin and nail health while also bolstering bone and joint health.

4. Collagen comes in many different types. Did you know there are 28 different types of collagen found in the human body? Here are some quick facts about the five main types: 

  • 90% of the body's total collagen is Type I, which is crucial for skin, bones, tendons, and connective tissues.
  • Type II is found in elastic cartilage.
  • Type III works with Type I in skin and muscles.
  • Type V supports skin and hair health.
  • Type X is vital for bone formation and cartilage integrity.
Why Choose Multi-Source Collagen Peptides?

Not all collagen products are created equal, nor are they all derived from the same sources. Multi-Source Collagen Peptides from Trailhead Nutrition® was carefully crafted with a blend of five types of collagen (I, II, III, V and X), sourced from the highest-quality ingredients, including Grass-Fed Collagen Hydrolysate Peptides, Instantized Chicken Bone Collagen, Hydrolyzed Marine Collagen, and Natural Egg Shell Collagen Membrane. This advanced formula is available in an unflavored, easy-to-mix powder that contains no artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners, making it a fantastic way to boost your collagen intake.

Extensively researched, collagen peptides are known for their superior absorption and efficacy in promoting hair, skin, and nail health, and supporting bone and joint health. Whether you want to enhance your daily health routine or need a low-calorie protein boost, Multi-Source Collagen Peptides provides a simple solution. Mix it into your morning coffee, a smoothie, or just water for a powerful way to support your body.

Don't let age change you. Change the way you age. With Multi-Source Collagen Peptides, you're not just buying a supplement; you're investing in your overall well-being from head to toe(nail). Try it today! Your body will thank you.

Key benefits of Multi-Source Collagen Peptides:

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.