October 19, 2022
Sponsored by Bioiberica
Native type II. Hydrolysed. Undenatured. There’s a variety of different collagen products available on the market – but how do they differ? And more importantly, how do they help formulators respond to growing demand in the mobility market?
Our latest infographic demystifies the use of collagen for joint health products – explaining the different collagen types and the role of the immune system in joint disorders. It also evidences the efficacy of native type II collagen in supporting mobility at a convenient low daily dose.
Discover how native (undenatured) type II collagen can help inspire the next generation of joint health products.
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