Marine Collagen

You may have heard a lot of talk about collagen and its importance to the general health of the human body. It is the protein that makes up the structure of your skin, your bones and your organs.
 
However, you’re probably also full of questions, and you may have seen a lot of information you need to make sense of. Find out more on our latest article on the topic.

You may have heard a lot of talk about collagen and its importance to the general health of the human body. It is the protein that makes up the structure of your skin, your bones and your organs. However, you’re probably also full of questions, and you may have seen a lot of information you need to make sense of. In this blog, we’re going to focus on marine collagen, answer all of the more common questions about this fantastic substance and hopefully help you see whether or not marine collagen supplements are right for you.

Which marine collagen is best?

Collagen comes in a few different forms, and which form of collagen best suits you is entirely dependent on what your specific health goals are for taking it. However, one of the very best forms of marine collagen out there is known as hydrolysed marine collagen. This type of collagen contains long, rope-like protein bonds broken down into shorter chains, either through heating or chemically. What’s left after this process is a form of concentrated marine collagen that’s far easier for us to absorb into our gut and our bloodstream. It can be sold in many different forms, such as powders, drinks, tablets, or gummies.

Who should take marine collagen?

Marine collagen is an incredibly food-safe substance to take, being that it derives from natural sources such as fish scales and bones. Basically, it’s made from sources of food that we naturally include in our diets anyway. These aren’t typical reactions to marine collagen, and it’s more likely to improve digestion and gut health. If, however, you’re allergic to fish, it’s a good idea to stay away from marine collagen. However, barring an allergy to fish, marine collagen is perfectly safe for you to take. So a simple answer to the question "who can take marine collagen?" is a resounding 'a large majority of people.'

Why marine collagen over bovine?

Marine collagen is the most bioavailable of all types of collagen. In simple terms, it means that it is the most abundant type of collagen available to make the supplement out of. It’s also a lot more easily absorbed than other collagens. We absorb marine collagen at a rate of 1.5 times faster than bovine collagen. Also, if the marine collagen is sourced from fish, it is going to be cleaner than collagen from land-based animals like cows, which will be subject to diseases and fluctuating hormone levels common to farming.

What is marine collagen made of?

Marine collagen is sourced from sea life, such as fish and jellyfish. It’s most often derived from things like fish scales, skin and bones. After fish flesh is removed for consumption, everything that is leftover (the bones and viscera) is used to make marine collagen.

Where does marine collagen come from?

It will come as no surprise that with a name like ‘marine collagen,’ that it largely comes from marine habitats like the seas and oceans. Some marine collagen supplements are made from fish that come from a freshwater environment, though these are rarer. There’s some evidence that this type is absorbed even more efficiently, and that it has a more pleasant aftertaste. More studies are needed to determine this, but regular marine collagen is still stuffed full of health benefits.

Is it safe to take marine collagen?

Marine collagen, like everything else, is not without its side effects, but it’s generally understood to be as safe as any other popular supplement on the market, and about as free from side effects as anything else available. While some people can experience some side effects from taking marine collagen, these are exceedingly rare. The large majority of people who take marine collagen experience very positive effects on their overall health, finding that it aids with sleep, digestion, hair growth, younger-looking skin, and healthier nails.

How is marine collagen good for you?

Marine collagen is what is referred to as Type 1 collagen. It’s the most common form of collagen found in the human body and is present in your tendons, skin, teeth, bones, hair and nails. This means that marine collagen is perfect for use in combating the signs of ageing, and helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. As well as being excellent in terms of aiding the growth and repair of hair, skin, nails and bones, there’s also evidence that marine collagen actually aids digestion in the body. Marine collagen may also help aid healthy sleep due to the levels of the amino acid, glycine. Having glycine before bed has been linked to higher perceived levels of better quality sleep.


Customer Testimonials

Hear what people have been saying about our marine collagen gummies:

 

⭐ (RM)

I’ve been buying from Novomins for almost a year now and they’re mygo to company for all my vitamins! These gummies are not only deliciousbut have really helped my hair skin and nails. Been using them alongsidethey’re beauty gummies too! Also seen a change in my joint health!

 

⭐ (Josefine)

They definitely motivate me to have more collagen. Taste good too!!

 

⭐ (Viktorija)

 Who said collagen has to taste horrible... Halfway through thebottle of vitamins and can say the strength of my nails has improved100% Taste is absolutely marvellous (shame your allowed to have only 2 aday) Viktorija 5.0 out of 5 stars Who said collagen has to tastehorrible... 

 

⭐ (Xhordi)

Amazing taste, you don’t get any after taste of any processing likeyou do with others. By far my favourite ones! Has helped with the kneenot feeling as much pain since taking the vitamins and just placedanother order to get some more! Highly recommend them.

 

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