ollagen is the most abundant protein in the human body. Collagen acts as the glue that holds our bodyparts together. As such, our many forms of collagen provide the structural basis for skin, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, bone, the digestive tract, heart, blood vessels and spinal disks. Thus, it should be no surprise that collagen (in all its forms) is an important and abundant protein in the body.

Although we produce collagen naturally and abundantly, like most things, collagen production slows as we age — as it does with stress and illness. Combine this with

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