04 Oct The Ingredients
Ingredients and Mode of Actions
RECOGEN contains the body related collagen with its high bioavailability generally known for collagen peptides. This means that the nutrients are absorbed particularly well by the body.
In addition, a special, vitamin C-rich rosehip extract is used in RECOGEN GOLD, which is obtained from the shell of the rose hip in a complex process.
A useful addition is the antioxidant vitamin C, which can contribute to the protection of the cell components. Vitamin C also plays an important role in the new formation of collagen in the articular cartilage and is necessary for the preservation of bones and supporting tissue.
Collagen plays a central role for our joints. A healthy articular cartilage consists of 70 percent of this protein building block. It is a structural component and stabilizes the joint capsule. Collagen in the form of special peptides is particularly well received by the organism. They stimulate the cartilage cells to produce sufficient collagen.
Collagen and Our Body
In the human body, collagen is the most abundant protein with a share of over 30 percent of the total weight of all proteins (proteins). It is an essential component of cartilage, connective tissue, bones, teeth, tendons, ligaments and the skin. Due to their arcade-like structure, the collagen structures provide the bone with support and flexibility. Collagen is thus one of the most important building materials of the body. Collagen peptides are produced from collagen in a natural, enzymatic process.
The cartilage substance contained in the joints consists of a high percentage of collagenous protein. In order to counteract excessive cartilage degradation, these protein building blocks must be adequately replaced. Collagen is an ideal cartilage construction nutrient that can compensate for the increased demand. Collagen is a protein that provides important amino acids (protein building blocks) for cartilage reformation. These amino acids have an important function for the normal function of the joints.
The rosehip is rich in vitamin C and has always been known for its antioxidant activity against harmful, reactive compounds (free radicals). The rosehip extract is obtained in a gentle process – it comes exclusively from the skin of the rose hip. This ensures that the nutrients of the rose hip are maintained in concentrated form.
Vitamin C protects the joint cells from the attack of free radicals. It also plays a central role in the new formation of collagen in the articular cartilage as well as in the preservation of the bone substance and supporting tissue.