Bioaktiv Kollagen & Zellschutz
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  • Our bioactive collagen & cell protection is a real all-rounder!
  • Beauty, flexibility, strength, a strong immune system and energy!
  • Our recipe is optimally tailored to make you feel good. It contains pure beef collagen peptides and only valuable additives. Our collagen peptides have a mild taste and very good solubility.
  • We do without sugar, flavorings, acids and fillers.
  • Clean label product.
  • 10g of the finest beef collagen peptides, made in Germany.
  • Vitamin C from natural fermentation of corn.
  • Hyaluronic acid, Magnesium, Bamboo extract, Manganese, Copper, Selenium methionine, Iodine from french algae.
  • By nature: gluten-free, lactose-free, fructose-free, allergen-free.
  • Every raw material is certified and carefully checked. Our processing takes place in Germany under particularly high food quality standards.

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Bioactive Collagen

With this recipe, we put a lot of thought into it, researched extensively on each individual ingredient, and carried out many tests. We wanted to make sure that everything is sensibly coordinated and guarantees you the highest level of effectiveness and safety. To give just one example: We deliberately chose selenomethionine because it does not interact with vitamin C, which in turn is important for collagen formation. But see for yourself...

Our collagen is particularly bioavailable because it is broken down into small, easily digestible and easily absorbed peptides. The other ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid, bamboo extract, vitamin C and the added trace elements, additionally reinforce the positive effects of collagen.

Collagen as collagen hydrolyzate (collagen peptides)

Collagen is one of the most common proteins in the body; it makes up almost 30% of all proteins and up to 80% of the proteins in our skin. Collagen is so common because it is the most important protein that stabilizes the structure of the skin, but also of many other tissues, such as bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

Collagen is important for health, especially for:

  • Skin
  • bones
  • muscles

 

Collagen works together with elastin, another protein that ensures the elasticity and resilience of tissues.

Collagen decreases with age

Our body's collagen production decreases with age, at some point, it cannot replace the collagen as quickly as it is broken down. From the age of 20, it is estimated that we lose around 1% of our collagen every year and that gets faster and faster over the years. Dryer cracked skin, and wrinkles are just the outward signs of this collagen loss. Excessive sun and UV radiation, nicotine, and environmental pollutants can further accelerate collagen loss.

What is special about our collagen?

The richest source of collagen would be bones and skin from cattle and pigs, but these parts usually do not end up on our plate. In addition, collagen is an extremely large protein and therefore difficult to break down by the body.

However, research into dietary supplements containing collagen showed that there are benefits to using hydrolyzed collagen here. Chemical splitting (hydrolysis) splits the giant molecule. These small fragments (collagen peptides or hydrolyzate) are easier to digest and faster to absorb. Since the composition of the amino acids is the same as in the original collagen, the organism can use this very well to build up new collagen.

Due to the special composition, our collagen peptides not only affect the complexion, but also the mobility and elasticity of the joints.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C (chem. Ascorbic acid) is one of the essential vitamins, which means that our body cannot produce it itself; we have to take it in through food. Vitamin C or ascorbic acid is a real all-rounder among vitamins! Among other things, vitamin C acts as an antioxidant or, as they say, as a radical catcher. Namely, it neutralizes the so-called free radicals - highly reactive, aggressive substances. They arise as a waste product in the metabolism and our body can normally neutralize them. However, with increasing age or due to harmful environmental influences (UV radiation, smoking, unhealthy food) they can develop in excess. Then they can no longer be intercepted “with onboard means”, which can lead to a variety of diseases. Vitamin C can counteract this.

In addition to its antioxidant effect, vitamin C also has numerous other tasks in the human organism. Vitamin C plays an important role in the following processes, among others:

  • It participates in the synthesis of collagen and is therefore important for the healthy development of blood vessels, cartilage, skin, teeth and gums.
  • Vitamin C supports the healthy function of the immune system.
  • Vitamin C is necessary for the production of the messenger substances dopamine and norepinephrine, among other things.
  • Vitamin C supports the regeneration of vitamin E and increases the absorption of iron.
  • Vitamin C also contributes to the healthy functioning of the nervous system.

 

Hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid is a clear, viscous substance that the body produces and that is found primarily in the skin, in cartilage and connective tissue, and in the vitreous humor of the eye. Hyaluronic acid has the amazing ability to bind 6000 times its own weight in water. This means that one gram of hyaluronic acid can bind 6 liters of water. This is why our body uses hyaluronic acid so that the skin remains fresh and elastic, the connective tissue retains its resilience and elasticity or so that joints - buffered and lubricated with hyaluronic acid - function painlessly. With age, the production of hyaluronic acid drops dramatically. From around the age of 60, only a comparatively small proportion of this substance is still present in the tissue. That is why it is particularly advantageous in old age to make additional hyaluronic acid available to the body.

By the way, hyaluronic acid also has antioxidant properties, which it can use to protect the skin against solar radiation, aggressive chemicals, and harmful environmental influences, for example.

Hyaluron is also an important part of the eye
The vitreous humor of the eye consists of 98% water and 2% hyaluronic acid. However, this 2% hyaluronic acid binds all the water and thus maintains the shape of the eye - and thus also the eyesight.

Hyaluronic acid also works well with other anti-aging substances, such as vitamin C, magnesium, manganese or selenium. All of these substances promote and protect collagen, which is the most important structural protein in our body.

High-molecular hyaluronic acid from biological fermentation

We only use high-molecular hyaluronic acid in our product, which is obtained through a biological fermentation process. The hyaluronic acid is then filtered and cleaned several times. Hyaluronic acid obtained in this way is much purer than hyaluronic acid of animal origin.

High-molecular (or “long-chain”) hyaluronic acid has a significantly higher molecular weight than its low-molecular (short-chain ”or“ fragmented ”) counterpart.

Magnesium citrate

Magnesium (like its cousin calcium) is a vital mineral almost everywhere in the organism! Since the body cannot produce magnesium, we must constantly ingest a sufficient amount with our food. Our body contains an average of 30g of magnesium, more than 50% of which is stored in the bones and teeth.

We deliberately chose magnesium citrate as the magnesium compound, because this organic compound of magnesium with citric acid is highly bioavailable. This means that organic magnesium is readily absorbed by the body, is quickly active, and very well tolerated.

The main functions of magnesium in the body are:

  • Magnesium is an important component of bones and teeth.
  • Magnesium plays an important role in the functioning of muscles, heart, and nerve cells.
  • Magnesium is decisively involved in the energy production of our cells.
  • Magnesium ensures a balanced electrolyte balance.
  • Over 300 enzymes cannot work without magnesium. (Enzymes are the catalysts in cells that are involved in almost all biochemical reactions in the body.)

 

Bamboo extract with silicon

Bamboo is an extremely versatile plant that was already used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) to treat various diseases. Scientific studies have shown that bamboo extracts contain natural antioxidants and other bioactive compounds with very beneficial properties for health. The most important antioxidants in bamboo extracts are vitamins C and E, as well as phenols and trace elements such as selenium, copper, zinc, iron, and manganese.

Our bamboo extract also contains at least 75% silicon.

Silicon, an element that is closely related to carbon, is found in large quantities in nature (quartz, diatoms, etc.). It is the second most abundant (28%) element in the earth's crust after oxygen. In our body, silicon is mainly found in hair, nails, and skin. In an adult there is a total of about 1 to 2 g of silicon.

According to the European Food Safety Authority, silicon contributes to the normal function of collagen and connective tissue. It could play an important role in connective tissue and help maintain healthy hair, skin, joints, and bones.

Rosehip extract

As an additional ingredient, we use the extract from the fruits of the rose hips (dog rose, Rosa canina). You probably know the rose hips as a tea with beneficial effects. Our extract is much richer and contains at least 45% natural vitamin C (ascorbic acid), carotenoids, and various fruit acids. For our preparation, the rosehip extract also has the desired side effect that we can do without the otherwise usual fillers.

Trace elements

Trace elements play a decisive role in countless vital processes in the body. Since it is not produced by the organism itself, but rather consumed and excreted over time, we have to constantly supply them with our food - even if only in small quantities.

Our collagen preparation contains a combination of selected trace elements that complement the main ingredients collagen and hyaluronic acid and even improve the effectiveness of the food supplement. We added:

  • Manganese
  • Copper
  • Selenium
  • Iodine

 

Manganese

Manganese is vital for the human organism and is, therefore, one of the essential trace elements. It plays a decisive role in important body functions such as cartilage and bone formation, the formation of new glucose, or the urea cycle.

Copper

Copper contributes to cell growth and the formation of the pigment melanin, which turns skin and hair dark. It promotes the networking of collagen and elastin molecules - important for healthy skin, cartilage and bones. Copper is also an important cofactor for enzymes that recycle used connective tissue. Copper and iron are needed to make red blood cells. Copper also supports the absorption of iron from food.

Selenium

Selenium is also a component of numerous enzymes. It helps maintain normal hair and nails and is important for normal thyroid function. In addition, selenium also has radical scavenging properties and can thus protect the cells from oxidative stress. Selenium is also important for the function of the immune system.

We have chosen selenium methionine as the selenium compound. This organic selenium compound is better absorbed than inorganic selenium compounds. In addition - and this is particularly important for our preparation - selenium methionine does not interact with vitamin C. And another advantage: Selenomethionine is absorbed quickly, but slowly metabolized, because it is first stored in the tissue and only released when needed.

Iodine

Iodine is known to be particularly needed in the thyroid for thyroid hormones, but it is also found in amazing quantities in the mammary glands, ovaries, prostate, skin, connective tissue, liver, muscles, bones and our brain.

More and more studies are showing a connection between iodine deficiency and breast cancer. The Japanese have the highest life expectancy in the world and are much less likely to develop cancer than Europeans or Americans. The WHO recommends a daily iodine intake of 150-200 micrograms for adults and 230 to 260 micrograms for pregnant and breastfeeding women. The Japanese consume 1-13 milligrams of iodine a day.

We recommend having the iodine content in urine measured!

Seafood, in particular, contains iodine. In our preparation we use natural iodine from algae powder, which is made from bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus). These seaweed come from organic farming in the Atlantic on the French coast. Their iodine content is very high, but also fluctuates greatly. Therefore, unprocessed bladderwrack is rather unsuitable for iodine supply. In order to be able to guarantee a precise amount of iodine, we use an algae powder with a standardized iodine content.

Too much or too little iodine?

People who have an enlarged thyroid due to iodine deficiency should consume larger amounts of iodine. People with thyroid diseases such as Graves' disease or Hashimoto's disease should be careful with additional iodine intake. It is assumed that here, too, an intake of around 100 micrograms per day (as in our preparation) is harmless, if in doubt, talk to your doctor.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which countries do you ship to?

We currently ship to the EU.

What are the shipping costs?

Shipping costs will be calculated at checkout.

How do you ensure the safety of your products?

We select our raw materials and manufacturers very carefully. We only work with certified manufacturers (GMP, IFS). Furthermore, we test each batch by an independent lab. In general, as we take all our supplements ourselves, it is in our best interest to provide the best possible quality to our customers and ourselves. 

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Carolina
Mein erstes Kollagen ohne Magenprobleme

Ich habe schon viele Kollagenprodukte ausprobiert, hatte aber immer Blähungen davon bekommen. Dieses ist das erste, wo es nicht so ist. Außerdem lässt es sich sehr gut auflösen und schmeckt auch gut. Danke! :)

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Paul T.
Unterstützung beim Training

Ich treibe viel Kraftsport und habe nach einem Kollagen gesucht, das Sehnen, Bänder und Gelenke optimal unterstützt. Seit dem ich es täglich nehme, habe ich das Gefühl dass ich schneller regeneriere und meinen Körper mehr belasten kann, ohne zu überlasten. Es sind auch wichtige Vitamine und Spurenelemente enthalten, die mir eine sehr gute Basisversorgung bieten. Werde es auf jeden Fall weiter nehmen :)

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Dilan
Kollagen mit natürlichem Jod

Kollagen nehme ich schon lange, aber mit Jod habe ich es noch nicht gesehen. Man schmeckt es ein wenig, aber das nehme ich in Kauf um Jodmangel zu vermeiden. Ich finde es toll, dass hier ein natürliches Jod aus Algen enthalten ist.

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Alicia
Es wirkt

Danke für dieses Kollagen! Schon nach zwei Wochen habe ich ein viel glatteres Nagelbett.

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Danielle
Super durchdachte Rezeptur

Habe wirklich lange nach so einer tollen Mischung gesucht. Besonders toll ist, dass ihr daran gedacht habt, Vitamin C mit Selenmethionin zu kombinieren, damit es zu keiner Wechselwirkung kommt. Auch die Kombi vom Magnesiumoxid im Kollagen und Magnesiumcitrat im Rejuvenight finde ich klasse. So gut aufeinander abgestimmte Produkte sind echt selten.
Tolles Produkt, tolles Konzept! Ich schlafe wie ein Baby und wache erholt auf.

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A daily serving (13 grams) contains:


Bovine collagen peptides10g
L-ascorbic acid vitamin c750mg
Hyaluronic acid200mg
Magnesium200mg
Bamboo extract150mg
Manganese1mg
Copper500μg
Selenium methionine100μg
Iodine from algae / kelp100μg

Bioaktiv Kollagen & Zellschutz

Bioactive Collagen

With this recipe, we put a lot of thought into it, researched extensively on each individual ingredient, and carried out many tests. We wanted to make sure that everything is sensibly coordinated and guarantees you the highest level of effectiveness and safety. To give just one example: We deliberately chose selenomethionine because it does not interact with vitamin C, which in turn is important for collagen formation. But see for yourself...

Our collagen is particularly bioavailable because it is broken down into small, easily digestible and easily absorbed peptides. The other ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid, bamboo extract, vitamin C and the added trace elements, additionally reinforce the positive effects of collagen.

Collagen as collagen hydrolyzate (collagen peptides)

Collagen is one of the most common proteins in the body; it makes up almost 30% of all proteins and up to 80% of the proteins in our skin. Collagen is so common because it is the most important protein that stabilizes the structure of the skin, but also of many other tissues, such as bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

Collagen is important for health, especially for:

  • Skin
  • bones
  • muscles

 

Collagen works together with elastin, another protein that ensures the elasticity and resilience of tissues.

Collagen decreases with age

Our body's collagen production decreases with age, at some point, it cannot replace the collagen as quickly as it is broken down. From the age of 20, it is estimated that we lose around 1% of our collagen every year and that gets faster and faster over the years. Dryer cracked skin, and wrinkles are just the outward signs of this collagen loss. Excessive sun and UV radiation, nicotine, and environmental pollutants can further accelerate collagen loss.

What is special about our collagen?

The richest source of collagen would be bones and skin from cattle and pigs, but these parts usually do not end up on our plate. In addition, collagen is an extremely large protein and therefore difficult to break down by the body.

However, research into dietary supplements containing collagen showed that there are benefits to using hydrolyzed collagen here. Chemical splitting (hydrolysis) splits the giant molecule. These small fragments (collagen peptides or hydrolyzate) are easier to digest and faster to absorb. Since the composition of the amino acids is the same as in the original collagen, the organism can use this very well to build up new collagen.

Due to the special composition, our collagen peptides not only affect the complexion, but also the mobility and elasticity of the joints.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C (chem. Ascorbic acid) is one of the essential vitamins, which means that our body cannot produce it itself; we have to take it in through food. Vitamin C or ascorbic acid is a real all-rounder among vitamins! Among other things, vitamin C acts as an antioxidant or, as they say, as a radical catcher. Namely, it neutralizes the so-called free radicals - highly reactive, aggressive substances. They arise as a waste product in the metabolism and our body can normally neutralize them. However, with increasing age or due to harmful environmental influences (UV radiation, smoking, unhealthy food) they can develop in excess. Then they can no longer be intercepted “with onboard means”, which can lead to a variety of diseases. Vitamin C can counteract this.

In addition to its antioxidant effect, vitamin C also has numerous other tasks in the human organism. Vitamin C plays an important role in the following processes, among others:

  • It participates in the synthesis of collagen and is therefore important for the healthy development of blood vessels, cartilage, skin, teeth and gums.
  • Vitamin C supports the healthy function of the immune system.
  • Vitamin C is necessary for the production of the messenger substances dopamine and norepinephrine, among other things.
  • Vitamin C supports the regeneration of vitamin E and increases the absorption of iron.
  • Vitamin C also contributes to the healthy functioning of the nervous system.

 

Hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid is a clear, viscous substance that the body produces and that is found primarily in the skin, in cartilage and connective tissue, and in the vitreous humor of the eye. Hyaluronic acid has the amazing ability to bind 6000 times its own weight in water. This means that one gram of hyaluronic acid can bind 6 liters of water. This is why our body uses hyaluronic acid so that the skin remains fresh and elastic, the connective tissue retains its resilience and elasticity or so that joints - buffered and lubricated with hyaluronic acid - function painlessly. With age, the production of hyaluronic acid drops dramatically. From around the age of 60, only a comparatively small proportion of this substance is still present in the tissue. That is why it is particularly advantageous in old age to make additional hyaluronic acid available to the body.

By the way, hyaluronic acid also has antioxidant properties, which it can use to protect the skin against solar radiation, aggressive chemicals, and harmful environmental influences, for example.

Hyaluron is also an important part of the eye
The vitreous humor of the eye consists of 98% water and 2% hyaluronic acid. However, this 2% hyaluronic acid binds all the water and thus maintains the shape of the eye - and thus also the eyesight.

Hyaluronic acid also works well with other anti-aging substances, such as vitamin C, magnesium, manganese or selenium. All of these substances promote and protect collagen, which is the most important structural protein in our body.

High-molecular hyaluronic acid from biological fermentation

We only use high-molecular hyaluronic acid in our product, which is obtained through a biological fermentation process. The hyaluronic acid is then filtered and cleaned several times. Hyaluronic acid obtained in this way is much purer than hyaluronic acid of animal origin.

High-molecular (or “long-chain”) hyaluronic acid has a significantly higher molecular weight than its low-molecular (short-chain ”or“ fragmented ”) counterpart.

Magnesium citrate

Magnesium (like its cousin calcium) is a vital mineral almost everywhere in the organism! Since the body cannot produce magnesium, we must constantly ingest a sufficient amount with our food. Our body contains an average of 30g of magnesium, more than 50% of which is stored in the bones and teeth.

We deliberately chose magnesium citrate as the magnesium compound, because this organic compound of magnesium with citric acid is highly bioavailable. This means that organic magnesium is readily absorbed by the body, is quickly active, and very well tolerated.

The main functions of magnesium in the body are:

  • Magnesium is an important component of bones and teeth.
  • Magnesium plays an important role in the functioning of muscles, heart, and nerve cells.
  • Magnesium is decisively involved in the energy production of our cells.
  • Magnesium ensures a balanced electrolyte balance.
  • Over 300 enzymes cannot work without magnesium. (Enzymes are the catalysts in cells that are involved in almost all biochemical reactions in the body.)

 

Bamboo extract with silicon

Bamboo is an extremely versatile plant that was already used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) to treat various diseases. Scientific studies have shown that bamboo extracts contain natural antioxidants and other bioactive compounds with very beneficial properties for health. The most important antioxidants in bamboo extracts are vitamins C and E, as well as phenols and trace elements such as selenium, copper, zinc, iron, and manganese.

Our bamboo extract also contains at least 75% silicon.

Silicon, an element that is closely related to carbon, is found in large quantities in nature (quartz, diatoms, etc.). It is the second most abundant (28%) element in the earth's crust after oxygen. In our body, silicon is mainly found in hair, nails, and skin. In an adult there is a total of about 1 to 2 g of silicon.

According to the European Food Safety Authority, silicon contributes to the normal function of collagen and connective tissue. It could play an important role in connective tissue and help maintain healthy hair, skin, joints, and bones.

Rosehip extract

As an additional ingredient, we use the extract from the fruits of the rose hips (dog rose, Rosa canina). You probably know the rose hips as a tea with beneficial effects. Our extract is much richer and contains at least 45% natural vitamin C (ascorbic acid), carotenoids, and various fruit acids. For our preparation, the rosehip extract also has the desired side effect that we can do without the otherwise usual fillers.

Trace elements

Trace elements play a decisive role in countless vital processes in the body. Since it is not produced by the organism itself, but rather consumed and excreted over time, we have to constantly supply them with our food - even if only in small quantities.

Our collagen preparation contains a combination of selected trace elements that complement the main ingredients collagen and hyaluronic acid and even improve the effectiveness of the food supplement. We added:

  • Manganese
  • Copper
  • Selenium
  • Iodine

 

Manganese

Manganese is vital for the human organism and is, therefore, one of the essential trace elements. It plays a decisive role in important body functions such as cartilage and bone formation, the formation of new glucose, or the urea cycle.

Copper

Copper contributes to cell growth and the formation of the pigment melanin, which turns skin and hair dark. It promotes the networking of collagen and elastin molecules - important for healthy skin, cartilage and bones. Copper is also an important cofactor for enzymes that recycle used connective tissue. Copper and iron are needed to make red blood cells. Copper also supports the absorption of iron from food.

Selenium

Selenium is also a component of numerous enzymes. It helps maintain normal hair and nails and is important for normal thyroid function. In addition, selenium also has radical scavenging properties and can thus protect the cells from oxidative stress. Selenium is also important for the function of the immune system.

We have chosen selenium methionine as the selenium compound. This organic selenium compound is better absorbed than inorganic selenium compounds. In addition - and this is particularly important for our preparation - selenium methionine does not interact with vitamin C. And another advantage: Selenomethionine is absorbed quickly, but slowly metabolized, because it is first stored in the tissue and only released when needed.

Iodine

Iodine is known to be particularly needed in the thyroid for thyroid hormones, but it is also found in amazing quantities in the mammary glands, ovaries, prostate, skin, connective tissue, liver, muscles, bones and our brain.

More and more studies are showing a connection between iodine deficiency and breast cancer. The Japanese have the highest life expectancy in the world and are much less likely to develop cancer than Europeans or Americans. The WHO recommends a daily iodine intake of 150-200 micrograms for adults and 230 to 260 micrograms for pregnant and breastfeeding women. The Japanese consume 1-13 milligrams of iodine a day.

We recommend having the iodine content in urine measured!

Seafood, in particular, contains iodine. In our preparation we use natural iodine from algae powder, which is made from bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus). These seaweed come from organic farming in the Atlantic on the French coast. Their iodine content is very high, but also fluctuates greatly. Therefore, unprocessed bladderwrack is rather unsuitable for iodine supply. In order to be able to guarantee a precise amount of iodine, we use an algae powder with a standardized iodine content.

Too much or too little iodine?

People who have an enlarged thyroid due to iodine deficiency should consume larger amounts of iodine. People with thyroid diseases such as Graves' disease or Hashimoto's disease should be careful with additional iodine intake. It is assumed that here, too, an intake of around 100 micrograms per day (as in our preparation) is harmless, if in doubt, talk to your doctor.

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