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Collagen against brittle nails

What is collagen? Collagen is a protein that literally ‘holds’ our body together. It is responsible for skin’s elasticity, hair’s strength and growth, is part of the connective tissue and acts as a glue in the body. Collagen is a part of the cells from which hormones are formed, therefore is extremely important for our body.

Collagen is a very important connective tissue in the human body, as it is essential for body’s elasticity and strength. It is found mainly in the skin, hair, nails, cartilage, bones and muscles. Collagen is a long chain of amino acids, and is the most abundant protein in the body. It it made of individual amino acids such as glycine, proline, hydroxyproline and arginine. Collagen’s molecule has a similar structure to the DNA molecule, the difference is that collagen has a triple helix instead of double. If we break down this structure of the molecule into smaller sections, we get the basic building blocks of collagen peptides. These structures make up more than 28 different types of collagen in the body.

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Why collagen is important for the nails?

Collagen is a part of the connective tissue and is involved in all body structures. It is part of the heart, lungs, kidneys, arteries, joints, ligaments, cartilage, bones, nails, skin, hair, muscles, liver, intestines, genitals, spleen, brain and many other organs. With age, collagen production decreases rapidly, especially after the age of 25, and collagen deficiency affects many functions in the body, as well as the appearance of nails and skin.

Collagen, which is the most abundant protein in the human body, is easily absorbed into the body in hydrolysed form and reaches target tissues. Collagen is used as a dietary supplement for stronger, less brittle nails, for better elasticity and hydration of the skin, in the fight against wrinkles and dry skin, and collagen has many other beneficial effects. As the body produces less collagen with age, the supplementation of collagen also helps relieve joint pain and helps to maintain healthy cartilage which protects our joints.

 

Supplementation with collagen strengthens our bones, as bones are also mainly made of collagen, which gives them structure and helps them stay strong. Because this is an extremely important protein, which makes up 1-10 percent of our muscle tissue, the addition of collagen as a dietary supplement promotes muscle protein synthesis. Collagen contributes to the maintenance of strong muscles and their proper functioning.

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Collagen for firm nails and beautiful skin

After the age of 20, the process of collagen formation in the body slows down, and after the age of 30, and at the latest at the age of 35, it decreases drastically. On the outside, this process is manifested as wrinkles, cellulite, also older, rougher, dehydrated skin, which loses its youthfulness and radiance. As well our hair loses its lustre, we experience hair loss as it becomes thinner, and nails break. Due to the collagen deficiency and consequently lack of connective tissue, the skeleton is weakened, which also applies to the muscles. The production of collagen can be stimulated by the supplementation with a dietary supplement that contains collagen, and thus compensate for its deficiency, which occurs over the years.

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Strong nails with the help of collagen

What do healthy nails look like? Healthy nails have a smooth surface, they are evenly hard (the strength is given by the protein keratin), the colour is transparent or slightly pink, there are no stains and white spots on the surface of the nail. The width of the nail is same from root to the edge (with the exception of genetically abnormal-looking nails). The shape of the nail depends on the shape of the final joint of the fingers.

 

At the fingertips, the nail is thicker (usually 1.5 mm). Vertical ridges on the nail or white spots caused by bumps can also be present on healthy nails, and are harmless. Scientists say that nails say a lot about an individual’s health. Based on the changes in the nails, we can conclude about many diseases, or serious and less serious conditions. Also about the lack of collagen in the body!

The healthy and beautiful appearance of skin, hair and nails depends on the collagen levels in our body. For example, thin and brittle nails are one of the most reliable indicators of collagen deficiency in the body. Collagen in the form of dietary supplement is an excellent cosmetic tool that nourishes the skin from the inside out, thus maintains a youthful appearance, helps to slow down the aging process and formation of wrinkles, helps with dry skin and restores moisture and elasticity. Improves hair lustre, firmness and its structure. Collagen promotes the growth of nails, which will be stronger,  better looking, and to which you will be happy to apply the trendiest nail polish for this season.

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