Granite Supplements’ Collagen is carefully engineered and balanced for athletes, active individuals, and anyone looking for a premium collagen source in their diet. There are multiple types of collagen, we’ve focused on 5 of them in our formulation from 4 sources: grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine, wild Alaskan pollack, chickens, and eggshell membrane. This four-origin land and sea approach brings the highest quality collagen types for full-spectrum effectiveness.
Who Needs Multi Collagen Peptides?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body. It provides structure to your bones, connective tissues, muscles, hair, skin, nails, teeth, and organs. After the age of 25, the body’s production of collagen slows. We can curb this natural decline by consuming hydrolyzed collagen and effectively restoring collagen levels in the body.
- Full spectrum collagen aids the body in producing new bone and increasing bone density.
- Collagen also strengthens connective joint tissues for better mobility & flexibility.
- Dissolves easily into hot or cold liquids. Add 1 scoop to 8 oz. of water, coffee, smoothie, or food of your choice.
- Healthy Hair, Skin & Nails
- Soy, Gluten & Dairy Free
- Flavorless, Odorless, Dissolves Easily
- Mix one scoop with 8 ounces of water or the beverage of your choice and shake or stir. Can also be used in a variety of recipes.
- A combination of collagen peptides and strength training can aid muscle mass and strength.
- Collagen is full of glycine which helps burn fat while you sleep and promotes muscle recovery.
- Collagen is an essential component for restoring the gut lining which brings balance to the gut biome. Marine collagen is especially critical for gut health.
Multi Collagen Peptides is a Science-Backed Product
Type I Collagen
The most investigated collagen type, Type I is fibrillar—a triple helix matrix organized in fibrils which is essential for structural competence. Type I accounts for 90% of the body’s collagen. It is the key structural composition of all connective tissues and the interstitial membrane of skin, bones, tendons, and teeth.
Type II Collagen
Type II collagen is what gives cartilage its tensile strength and elasticity, thereby enabling it to support the joints. It’s found only in cartilage, which is critical for allowing tissue to bear mechanical stress, shock absorption, and connected bones to move without friction. Because cartilage is avascular, it’s particularly prone to wear and tear.
Type III Collagen
It is a major structural component in hollow organs such as blood vessels, gut, and uterus. Studies have suggested that its role is to act as a modifier of the fibril network composed of Type II Collagen together with other minor collagens during tissue healing.1
Type V Collagen
Type V collagen is required for other types of collagen to form, fibrillogenesis, and to form correctly in both structure and matrix.2
Type X Collagen
Type X collagen is a network-forming collagen, which is critical to bone density. It is considered a reliable marker for new bone formation.