Aquilea Artinova Collagen
To keep your joints fit
Everyday more and more people want to take care of their joints.
Aquilea Artinova Collagen contains collagen, hyaluronic acid y vitamin C, all of which contribute to the normal formation of collagen for normal cartilage functioning, improving the wellbeing of your joints.
Collagen is a protein naturally found in cartilage, bones and skin, and it is essential for the structure and functioning of joints.
Hyaluronic acid, also present in Aquilea Artinova Collagen, is an essential component of joint function.
Vitamin C aids the normal formation of collagen for normal cartilage functioning by helping to reinforce joints.
Ingredients per 12.5g (daily dose): 10 g Collagen hydrolyzate, 25 mg Hyaluronic acid, 12 mg L – ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) (15 % RDA *), dextrose (anticaking agent), silicon dioxide (anticaking agent).
* RDA: Recommended Daily Allowance
Food supplements should not be used as substitutes for a varied and balanced diet, and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily amount. Store in a cool, dry place, protected from sunlight. Keep out of the reach of small children.
Take 1, 12.5 g-tablespoon (one scoop) a day, without filling the tablespoon up to the top, diluted in a glass (200 ml) of water, juice, milk, tea, or any food you want either as cold or hot.
In order to properly understand how joints can get worn out, it is important to know what role they play and how they work
|The outer part of our bones is covered in cartilage, a tough yet flexible tissue that cushions and eases movement.|
|The mechanism is made whole by ligaments and the joint capsule, which set the joint in place; moreover, it is where synovial is secreted, which lubricates and provides nourishment for the joint|
|Joints allow for movement between bones to take place and let us move, turn and bend different parts of our body|
Some joints act as “hinges”, allowing us to carry out simple opening and closing movements, as is the case in knees and elbows. Other movements, such as forward and backward movements, turns and bends are possible thanks to joints, as is the case in hips and shoulders.
Collagen is the most abundant protein in our body and one of the main components of joints, bones, teeth and skin. Specifically, collagen is an essential protein for maintaining the structure and function of joints.
When we eat food made with animal tissue rich in collagen (intestines, tendons, etc.), the fibers that make up this protein are so strong and resistant that our digestive system is unable to digest them and they are extracted without being absorbed. However, if these fibers have been predigested or hydrolyzed (fragmented), collagen protein becomes “assimilable”, that is to say, available as a nutrient.