Collagen is a structural protein found in the skin and connective tissues throughout the human body. As we age, collagen production becomes less efficient is not repaired as effectively.
Since its preliminary structure was identified in 1935, the scientific community has identified six main types make up roughly one-third of total body proteins in humans and animals. Hundreds of studies indicate that supplementing collagen levels supports the healthy function of the areas most affected in the aging process.
As awareness of these deficiencies grew, collagen supplementation became an early focus of dietary supplement and cosmetic industries. Today collagen can be easily added to functional foods, performance drinks, or nutraceutical cosmetics.
According to Global Market Insights, or Transparency Market Research the worldwide collagen market size was valued at more than $3 billion in 2015 is likely to reach between $5 billion and $9.37 billion by 2023. The two firms cite this new sub-industry's compounded annual growth rate in that eight-year span at 7% to 9.3%, respectively.
We created the infographic below as a summary of the benefits of collagen supplementation as illustrated by the hundreds of studies that examined or are examining its role in so many bodily systems.
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If you're interested in Vesta Nutra's Collagen (Type 2) ingredient currently available, or would like information about the collagen peptide compound currently in final development stages, contact Vesta Nutra's ingredients sales representative Asif Khadari, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone 888-55-VESTA.
It's not just the science that makes Vesta Nutra an important resource in the supplement industry; we are a value-added partner with complete transparency in everything from marketing to production.